How It All Began
It was back in 1969, when Diana realized something was different about her brain. As usual, she was daydreaming in history class. She stared at a cloud through the third story window of the mansion that was her school when what she would come to call a “Blort” appeared in her head. She felt a jolt of energy that compelled her to draw it.
The instant she saw what would become the first of many Blorts, she felt safe, even special, for the first time in a life filled with a need to escape.
As the years passed, she drew Blorts, sewed Blorts, and let their world slowly unfold, jotting down stories about the magical powers of the Round Sevenberries that grew on their Sevenberry Trees. It was the Blorts’ Round eating habits that sparked her Round food theory, an inspiration that would take decades to bloom.
Blorts entered her life the same summer she encountered her family doctor sawing the head off a deer that later became a gift of venison to her family. She became an instant vegetarian. Her father, a doctor of pathology at Stanford, did not approve of her meatless decision and agreed to let her stop eating meat only if she could prove she was consuming a balanced diet that included every gram of the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA).
Years Later A Round Light Bulb Goes Off
She will never forget the day she went grocery shopping wondering what a Blort would eat if it came to Earth. She had no idea that her fictional mission would change her view of food forever and spawn this diet — healthy way of choosing and eating food.
She always shops in the produce section first, and this day was no different. She pushed my cart along and looked across the bins. She could hardly believe what She saw!
Blort food was everywhere!
Round fruits and vegetables stared at her like a zillion colorful light bulbs. It was as if she was seeing them for the first time. She filled her cart and saw that not only would Blorts have lots of food to eat, but by eating Earth’s Round foods they would automatically eat healthy.
By the time she made it to the check out line, she knew that her Blorts helped her stumble onto something so simple that it might even be smart.
From there, her theory and Round Code slowly emerged.