Howdy and welcome to me sharing my world with you this week. The week of my wedding anniversary and birthday.
So what do I consider to be the most perfect food for me?
Dahl and rice of course! I love dahl and rice. It’s such a simple food, the perfect protein with all the amino acids my body needs. And it’s scoop-food – bonus!
Am I focused on today or tomorrow?
I want to be focused on today, it is the most relaxing place to be. When I focus on tomorrow I get anxious. I’m working on this becoming the default for me – focusing on today.
If I could interview one of my great-great-great grandparents, who would it be (if you know their name) and what would I ask?
I don’t know the names of my great-great-great grandparents but I do suspect that they must have been very interesting people. On my Dad’s side, they probably lived in Ireland and I’d want to ask them where in Ireland they hailed from. Who knows, maybe I have family out there I’m not even aware of! On my Mom’s side they came from the Iberian Penninsula, Spain and Portugal, and probably lived through some interesting times, maybe even the Lisbon earthquake of 1755.
What inspired me or what did I appreciate this past week?
I worked at home, and I’m grateful that home is where my office is based.
I mentioned in this week’s Share My World post that I’m going raw vegan for a month and have been trying new recipes. I tried this one and like it.
Blend together 1 cup carrots, 1/3 cup raw cashews, and 1/3 cup water. Sea salt, pepper and other seasonings of your choice. I used a nutribullet to do this soup (recipe from The Rawterian).
It is slightly sweet, creamy (without the cream) and very rich. Next time I’m going to cut down the cashews to 1/4 cup. This will thin it out slightly. I can always replace the rest of the cashews with raw almonds or sprouted chickpeas.
It’s raining outside, softly and all I want to do is curl up and sleep. It’s the weather for that, and binge-watching series, eating, and blogging. What better challenge to do this than with Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge this week, which is all about the letter “G” – needs to have the letter G (log, goggle, geometry, lodge) in the name.
Domesticated goats living on a small holding in Swakopmund.
All the grapes have been eaten.
A seagull guard of honour.
Green fruit on a tree, I have no name for it? Jackfruit perhaps?
Have a great day everyone!
Agile Coach and Social Entrepreneur, chief wide eyed in wanderer, wonderer and bottlewasher…Inspecting and Adapting is my mantra