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August 16, 2018 • Comments (0)
Wood-oven roasted tomatoes and spinach stuffed mushrooms, au gratin. All cooked without flame- Only with residual heat. A perfect example of cause and effect. Because of the thought and energy created yesterday, I was able to create something delicious today, utilizing that same initial energy. The Point: it’s the quality (the type)of energy (inner thoughts and outer choices) we use that determine the quality of events that unfold afterwards. Think about it

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August 15, 2018 • Comments (0)
Feeling particularly bold tonight! One pie, two pizzas: Peppers, onions, tomatoes with fontina, Muenster and mozzarella and creamed spinach, ricotta, mushroom and gruyere and Parmesan

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August 15, 2018 • Comments (0)
When what’s happening around you triggers that feeling of being out of control (lost in circumstance)- do something that grounds you- Something that connects you to your power to assert- “I’m ok! I’m here, I’m able and I’m on it!” 💪💪💪

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August 12, 2018 • Comments (0)
Fresh spinach, just wilted with hot garlic confit-and broiled with fresh mozzarella and Reggiano ❤️❤️

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August 10, 2018 • Comments (0)
Sourdough garlic and olive bread

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August 10, 2018 • Comments (0)
Kale, broccoli, cabbage and carrot slaw with chopped assorted toasted nuts and dried fruits. (The best coleslaw I’ve ever had/made

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August 9, 2018 • Comments (0)
Several days ago, i had lunch with a friend and she was telling me about her daughter- a collage senior, home for the summer and interning at a summer job. She told me that every day- when she wakes up, before even getting out of bed, my friend hears her daughter call out to the world “GOOD MORNING!”- I’ve thought of this every day since our lunch- How wonderful to open your eyes and not think to look outside so the weather could dictate if this day would be considered “nice”- Or waiting to see how people respond to us to determine if we were valued. I woke up this morning and the first thing I did was take a few minutes to just lay there and think of what I’m grateful for- and Then I said a big fat GOOD MORNING!! Doing this brought such a smile that I actually did it again (two more times!). I hope you’ll try this- Take back your power to deem this day and every day to be GOOD

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August 5, 2018 • Comments (0)
Meet our seven fig trees- all planted around the same time. Each one experiencing their existence differently. Some have had a much more difficult time of it- but those are the ones that continue to surprise me with their determination to live and bare fruit. Each season they’ve taught me something different- always with the same conclusion: We are all in process and, although some of us seem to need to work harder than others-that’s ok. Every one of us has a pocket that tests us-tests our will to live strong and bare fruit. It could take a person an entire lifetime to finally be brave enough to stand upright- Let’s not compare processes- Let’s, instead, root for those who continue to try

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August 3, 2018 • Comments (0)
Do you let outer circumstances dictate how you feel and act? If so, I’d like to remind you that You and only You are responsible for the thoughts (perceptions), conclusions and feelings that you generate in response to what life brings. Can we always control what happens around us? Absolutely not. But that doesn’t mean that we’re victims-and it doesn’t mean that not the co-creator and chief architect of our lives. We can choose to partner with what life brings-and to embrace new ( inner and outer) challenges that initially feel disappointing or just too hard to overcome, as amazing challenges! We can make new (proactive) choices that can help us overcome old insecurities and connect us to our power to feel optimistic, light, trusting and able. So, roll up your sleeves! Your best life is waiting…

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July 29, 2018 • Comments (0)
Hmmm. Something’s telling me I should have made my pizza dough first

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