Most people don’t think about their names. It’s just what they’ve always been called from the day they were born. As humans, we respond autonomically when our names are called and many people rarely think any deeper about who we are and what our names say of who we are. *shrug* “It’s just what my…… Continue reading What’s In A Name?
Being from the southern Appalachian region, roast is cooked in a pot. Ya’ll know it’s true. So when my husband told me this afternoon while we were planning our brave grocery outing on a Friday afternoon during Ramadan, that he wanted a roast for dinner, I was mentally making my grocery list, preparing to put…… Continue reading Wagyu What!?
It’s been quite some time since my feet hit this mat and since my last post. I abandoned the idea of my blog for awhile because I have experienced an overwhelming amount of life and health transitions. But, I decided this morning that I would just let it transition with my life. It’s my blog,…… Continue reading Transitions
I’d recently posted about some serious health issues I have been dealing with for the last several months. As the acute illness is fading, tests are finally turning up results and it’s looking like I have chronic Lyme’s Disease. Chronically it’s a difficult thing to diagnose as it is, even more so here in the…… Continue reading My Inner Julia Child
It’s been a rough month. My cooking and creativity in the kitchen have been at an all time low. Meals have consisted of store bought grape leaves, hummus, easy fruit and veg, soups…Which, of course, isn’t horrible. It just isn’t “me”. But damnit, it’s been “me” for the last month. My poor, sweet husband has…… Continue reading Food IS Medicine
One of the things I love about being Vegan or even Vegetarian is that plants go with plants. There really isn’t a lot that goes into “meal planning.” There are obviously certain ethnic foods that combine specific produce to create the flavors of that culture, but when it comes to something like a vegetable soup,…… Continue reading Pot O’ Veggies – Soups and Whatnot
“The female body is a complex thing. At once fragile and formidable, vulnerable and brave. It carries the seed of our hopes, the bloom of our youth, the weight of our fears. It can nurture and tremble, inspire and terrify. It oppresses and protects us, holding within it all that we are, projecting less than…… Continue reading Honoring Our Bodies