My Cherry is very smart. I try to sneak in some veggies into her food and what she does is carefully pick them out of the bowl. The veggies are strewn all over the floor and she happily eats the rest of the food. There is a good takeaway for me - there are conversations, … Continue reading You don’t need to eat your veggies
I have been struggling ya'll. I have been wandering like a piece of paper carried by the wind - flying, landing, getting stuck, getting unstuck, torn etc etc. My faith in the Universe (God) is part of my identity and I felt unhinged from God. As I went for my daily morning walk, I drew … Continue reading My Aha Moment
Why is room temperature butter important in the first place? Because butter has certain unique properties that distinguish it from other fats used for baking. It’s solid at room temperature, but unlike other saturated fats, it’s whippable—in other words, it’s capable of holding air. This is important in baking because during the “creaming” stage, in which butter … Continue reading Room Temperature Butter
I wonder ... to yell when a kid spills milk to yell when a kid does not go to bed on time to yell when a kid talks back to yell when a kid does not follow rules when in a wink, the kid could be playing hide and seek with life, never to be … Continue reading Is it worth it?
how an emotion cannot be measured by any instrument, but is heavier than a feather. how a piece of paper can bear more weight, than a ton of iron ore. how a pet can mean more than the largest of estates and pearls, that money can buy.
Ok, not literally 🙂 Did you read my post titled Inner Light? Those two words really stirred my soul. Do I have Inner Light, I started wondering? Umm... I do not think so. So, how do I cultivate it? Before cultivating it, I need to define it, yes? My definition is - a light within … Continue reading I am a lighthouse
People are like stained-glass windows. They sparkle and shine when the sun is out, but when the darkness sets in, their true beauty is revealed only if there is a light from within.Elisabeth Kubler -Ross