How many years in a row have you made the same new year’s resolution? If you’re making the same resolution because you haven’t gotten what you were shooting for, I have a challenge for you. It can’t hurt to have an additional new year’s intention.
Do you and your lover speak the same food language? Can you whip up a delicious meal in the kitchen together? Do you generally choose the same item on a menu at a restaurant? Do you come home from the grocery store with all of the divine, colorful produce that your lover wanted (without them even having to ask for it)? Speaking the same food language means that you can choose and chew together harmoniously.…
On Sundays I feel passionate romance in a very bright, public setting. Fresh aroma of sweet fruits and organic, local fare, smiling faces and sun shining. Mmmm how I love the FARMER’S MARKET! My husband and I love going to the Sunday Farmer’s Market! Don’t worry…If you’re living somewhere with snowy winters, you can always re-create the vibe in the produce section! As we walk-feeling the warm embrace of the sun, we slowly scan the offerings and let the vibrant colors draw us in closer. Joe will pick up a tomato, and make eye contact with me before he gives the delicate plump fruit a smooch! He loves to kiss his food-have I mentioned this before?! We walk hand in hand, in gratitude that these incredible people are sharing such gifts!…
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Have you decided on your New Year’s “resolution” yet? Ready to try something new and bold this year? No need to change your resolution, it’s just linguistics. Let’s make an
1. a thing intended; an aim or plan.
2. an act or instance of determining mentally upon some action or result.
: the act of finding an answer or solution to
a conflict, problem, etc. : the act of resolving something
: an answer or solution to something
We all associate something with the word, resolution. Unless you’ve been successful 100% of the time, you’ve got nothing to lose in trying on a new idea 😉
Team work makes the dream work. …
This just in: Mysterious plates of unclaimed cookies strategically placed in a large number of American homes on December 24th!
Did your mother, or father leave a special treat near the Christmas tree on Christmas Eve? I’m not sure who told them what to leave for him but in my home it was always cookies or something classified as “dessert.” Surprisingly enough, my health conscious mother decided we should leave a few carrot sticks along with the chocolate chip cookies and rice milk. If you’re going to eat something sugary, then you must have even more of the healthy stuff. I think that’s about how it went in my home, growing up.
Santa Claus isn’t in great shape. Let’s face it. …