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Well, we started the week frugal since the power was out. So we didn’t go spend any money but it’s kinda been downhill for the rest. Being on the road, it’s been a Starbuck’s here a Starbucks there. Actually, I’m sitting in Starbucks writing this while I sip on passion tea lemonade. Hmmm, not frugal […]
This has been the weirdest week. On Monday we had terrible rain, sleet, hail, and the wind. Most of the day was breezy but not bad. But Around 7 pm the wind started in like a freight train. It was very scary. Then @ 8 pm, we saw a huge flash and bang and one of […]
Again, as with my Romeo the cat story, I didn’t think I’d be writing a post about my most recent experience with turmeric, so I didn’t take any photos to document what happened. But I decided to write about it anyway, because my experience might be of help to others who might find themselves in a similar […]
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Doctablet – an online resource that helps both healthcare professionals and their patients learn about diabetes education without making it boring. Doctors Jose Taveras and Christopher Palmeiro realized this important tool needed to be created and…
I just read this in the February 22nd issue of the “Harvard Gazette”: “A new global collaborative study has confirmed that vitamin D supplementation can help protect against acute respiratory infections. The study, a participant data meta-analysis of 25 randomized controlled trials including more than 11,000 participants, has been published online in The BMJ.” This is […]
I’m dedicating this 1978 song by Andrew Gold to my girlfriends! Thank you for being a friend! I love traveling this journey with you! About the song…Andrew Gold wrote this iconic song in just under an hour. He said it was “just this little throw away thing” but it became much loved, in a kind… Continue reading Thank You for Being a Friend!
“I long to be wrapped in the arms of a friend, where my soul can rest and my heart can mend. Lord, thank you for knowing just who to send.” More than twenty years ago, I was invited to join a few women who got together to quilt on a Sunday afternoon. I had no… Continue reading Friends…Fishies…Quilts
CARAMELIZED ONION AND GARLIC QUINOA
1 cup quinoa
2 cups water (I add a couple of chicken bouillon cubes in mine)
2 yellow onions, sliced
8 chopped garlic cloves
2 tbsp butter
2 tbsp olive oil
Parmesan cheese for topping
Cook quinoa with water according to instructions on the package.
While quinoa is cooking, slice onions into long strips and place in a large skillet over medium heat with the butter and olive oil, stirring occasionally until onions are soft and golden in color. (Add your garlic towards the end.)
Once quinoa is cooked, add to skillet with onions, stir.
Top quinoa with parmesan cheese and enjoy!
PARMESAN ROASTED GREEN BEANS
Although our grandkids live far away, their parents generously include us in their lives through emails, pictures, videos, video chats, cards, finger paintings, and more. We get to peek into their activities and watch them grow. We get to celebrate achievements. I love to see the ways our kids love their kids. I wondered out […]