Remember When….

Remember When….

remember When…. you were strong and brave, I felt so safe and confident around you, remember when… your eyes twinkled as your laughter filled the room, how you loved to laugh and enjoy life to the fullest, remember when… you lifted me up when I felt insecure and scared for the future, you assured me … Continue reading

WEIGHT ON MY FEET

WEIGHT ON MY FEET

feeling the weight on my feet, as I trail through the snow, breathing in the cool, crisp air, heightens my senses, to life at that moment, as I stroll through the trees, touching their branches, feeling exhilarated, as the snow licks my face. walking through the snow, gives me reflection on what path to take, … Continue reading

BERRIES,  BERRIES AND MORE BERRIES PLEASE!

BERRIES, BERRIES AND MORE BERRIES PLEASE!

  Found this recipe on High Walls – I love berries and vanilla ice cream.  I haven’t made this yet but it’s a no brainer.  I’m positive the pie is delicious – after all it contains two very important ingredients for awesomeness – fat and sugar!  Enjoy – picture makes me want to eat it up.. … Continue reading

SALTED CHOCOLATE HEMP SHAKE FOR TWO

SALTED CHOCOLATE HEMP SHAKE FOR TWO

This shake is delicious and answers the call for chocolate!  Loaded with protein, omega 3 fatty acids and antioxidants.  Recipe from “Oh She Glows Every Day.”  You can find out more about the Author, Angela Liddon, at “Oh She Glows blog.” 1 1/4 cup unsweetened almond milk (Coconut milk works as well) 1 large frozen … Continue reading

Thinking Outside the Box

Thinking Outside the Box

“One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.”  Virginia Woolf I recently stumbled across a book  “Oh She Glows Every Day” by Toronto’s own Angela Liddon.  This is Angela’s second book and her first book was on the New York Times bestseller’s list.   I am a little behind … Continue reading

STANDING ALONE

STANDING ALONE

Vibrant pink berries, amongst a sea of red and orange foliage, standing naked before the crowd, feeling the discrimination, of the mass majority, and the weight of their judgement, as red and orange foliage entrench their insecurities and inhibitions, on vibrant pink berries, standing alone, pink berries are more vibrant than ever, refusing to be less, … Continue reading