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I Love My Edamame!

Apr 30, 2008

Here is an absolute MUST MAKE quick & tasty & ohhh soooo good for you dinner (with left overs for lunch!). I got it from this issue’s Vegetarian Times and tweaked it a bit….and even Hansel, who is a total carnivore, and rarely likes my veggie masterpieces….adores this dish. So with that said…print this baby out and RUN–yes RUN to the grocery store. Edamame Brown Rice BowlsWhatcha Need: 1 cup brown rice (before you cook it) 1 16-oz bag of frozen shelled edamame 3/4 cup dried cranberries 4 oz. crumbled feta 20 pitted kalamata olives, halved 1 small bunch of…

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5 Things I Want to Share About Today

Apr 28, 2008

1.) I bought a pair of salmon colored work-out pants. I need to get my big ass in yoga class ASAP. I went Saturday, the first time in two weeks. This is not like me, but my life has been swallowed by work. This, like everything in life, is only temporary, and I believe I can find that balance again. Having a new pair of work-out pants, somehow, helps. 2.) There are people around me that spend alot of time being angry. This is not me either. I decided this morning that instead of reflecting their anger to them– just…

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Sedona Sunday

Apr 28, 2008

Today Hansel and I went to Sedona. He went on his mountain bike around Bell Rock and I hiked to the tip-top of Brims Mesa further north in town. The weather was perfect, and once I got on the trails, there were very little tourists to weave through. What they are doing to Sedona just sickens me. I remember when the streets were so narrow, and everything was snug with trees. I miss the Sedona that always seemed like a secret. But still, once I sneak into the canyons or make my way up those magnificent rocks, things are all…

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