Bullet-Proof Coffee is fine and I do like coffee occasionally. But, I am really a tea drinker.
It is my understanding that Tim Ferris makes Titanium tea with Pu’er tea, green tea, and shaved turmeric and ginger. After steeping and pouring into the cup/mug he stirs in MCT oil. However, I have made my own changes.
I am a committed vegetarian. It is a work in progress trying to find my way with a new style of eating: what to include and what not. It is a learning curve to keep snacks and meals well balanced and nutritious. Continue reading “On Becoming Vegetarian”
Write with purpose.
Memoir requires me to tell the truth. To feel.
It has consequences. I have always known that writing the truth has consequences.
If you tell the truth, you will feel.
Write about what I feel. Continue reading “Notes on Writing Memoir!”
I am on a vegetarian journey. This is a totally new way of cooking for me. Meat is no longer the focus of the meal. In fact there is no place for meat in my meal now. I am in my 49th year of marriage and that has always been the focus when cooking. That is a great many meals with meat. I consider myself a good cook and my friends and family tell me that I am. But, I am up for learning a new way of creating attractive, nutritious meals minus the meat.
Happy New Year to one and all. I really do hope this is a joy-filled, healthy, prosperous year for all.
During the past few weeks approaching the new year, I have become self-reflecting. I love to read. I love to write. I love to do needle art. I turn 68 this month. I am not young, however, I am not feeling old either. I realize that I am considered an elder. I need to share what I have learned over the years, some stories, and some experiences.
I am back. This blog has been around for awhile. I have written on it inconsistently in the past. I feel the pull to get back to it. I write quite frequently but have not posted here. I am sorry for my lack of sharing. So much goes on in life day by day. But, it is the same for all of us. It is easy to make excuses. There really are none. It is probably the idea of sharing that causes me the most problems. Perhaps I feel that what I write is not ready to post yet and then it becomes too late or forgotten about. Continue reading “Happy New Year 2018”
“Needlework for the Soul” – Has some form of needle art ever helped you? Do you have a story you can share with us? If you do and it is chosen to add to our book Needlework for the Soul, you will receive a free copy of the book.
We would love to hear your experience. Share what you can. We believe that you might be an inspiration to someone else who might relate and decide to sew, quilt, knit, embroider or whatever. You can include your name, or you can choose to be anonymous. Perhaps use your initials and your state/province/country. Continue reading “Needlework for the Soul”
2017 is upon us, and we are already two months into the year. I am happy to announce that I am earnestly working away on my blog/website and writing every day. It feels good to be working away at it.
Unfortunately, life does not always happen the way we wish. Life threw some curve balls, and it has taken this long to get back on track. I prefer not to give explanations at this time.
Consequently, I decided to move some of the content from the needlework website over to this one. I feel that it will be easier to maintain only one site as opposed to two. There will be times when I will have limited internet as well because of life’s changes. I will do the best that I can to make regular posts and grow the dictionaries and other content.
So, stay tuned, please check back regularly to see what I have to share.