Recipes

Brussels Sprout and Zucchini Hash

I found this recipe in the book 30 Day Ketogentic Vegetarian Meal Plan: Delicious, Easy, and Healthy Vegetarian Recipes.  I used veggie cheese to curve the amount of animal product I was eating.  I really enjoyed this meal. Ingredients 2 Tbs olive oil 3 medium zucchinis, sliced 1 large onion, chopped 10 Brussels sprouts, roughly… Continue reading Brussels Sprout and Zucchini Hash

Recipes

Greens with Halloumi

This was a great dinner packed with strong flavors. Ingredients 1 Tbs. olive oil 4 c baby spinach 1 c chopped kale 1 medium zucchini, chopped 1 onion, chopped 4 oz halloumi cheese Salt and pepper to taste Direction Heat up the olive oil in the pan.  Saute onion until lightly browned.  Add zucchini, kale… Continue reading Greens with Halloumi

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#bethelight – Day 286 and 287

Yesterday I was down a street and saw someone drop some trash.  I picked it up and threw it into a trash can a few yards further down the street.  Be kind to your surroundings and take care of them.  Pick up trash when you see it.  It helps everyone! Today I am taking it… Continue reading #bethelight – Day 286 and 287

Thought Tuesday

Setting up Your Teen for High School Success in 8 Simple Ways

Summer is coming to an end.  The school year is just around the corner.  My thoughts are turning to making my daughter's sophomore year a successful year. Parents play a vital role in the success of their teen students.  By keeping informed, getting involved, and following a few simple helpful suggestions, parents become an important… Continue reading Setting up Your Teen for High School Success in 8 Simple Ways

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Celestial Wonders

One year ago I experienced one of the coolest and most memorable events. I’m ready to do it again… I just have to wait 6 years.

Resigning as the General Manager of the Universe

The event began yesterday morning with an ever-so-slight shift of light… a bit of darkness.  Through my solar eclipse glasses, it appeared as if someone nibbled a small bite out of the sun. Slowly – yet not slowly – the shadow crept its way across the sun’s surface.

As these celestial bodies began to align in the mid-day sky, the terrestrial-bound body of my husband, John, scurried in a mad last -minute scramble for the best vantage point, the perfect camera position, a view of what his chickens were doing or that his party guests were truly looking at the wonder manifest in the heavens.  Our guest worried that he would miss this event that, clearly, he had been waiting for with great anticipation since the 6th grade.

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The light grew dimmer – almost grey – as the moon made its march across the sun.  As a theatre lighting designer…

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Menu Monday

Food on the Road

It is harder than you think to get a normal veggie meals when you are not in your own house.  I spent the week visiting my daughter.  She did her best to provide meals that had veggie options.  It just wasn't my normal menu.  And I didn't get normal pictures either... so this is the… Continue reading Food on the Road

Family Friday

Taking the Family on the Road

The past week has been a crazy week of fun.  We took the family on the road.  Poor Lilli was trapped in the car with her boring parents for 12 hours. We tried to divide the trip up a bit by leaving after dad was done with work and went to my parents house for… Continue reading Taking the Family on the Road