I'm still not totally "with it" on the blogging front, but I'm thinking maybe once a week will work better for me at this point in my life. As for the rain, I like to always think, "the rain will make the grass greener and the plants grow, so smile, because new life is on its way." How's that for a positive outlook? So... hopefully that was the last of the snow, but I do have a few pretty pictures from a couple weekends ago to share even though they are snowy:
These were taken in New Hampshire when there was still snow there.
These are Black Eyed Pea fritters that Dan and I made a while back when I was in my blogging slump.
A beautious salad from when a bunch of us went out for Dan's birthday to a small mediterranean restaurant down the street.
The average coconut almond granola in the works.
A mixture of rice, tomato sauce, edamame, spinach, broccoli, and green beans. Perfect for a rainy day.
An impromptu tofu scramble including carrots, basil, onions, and of course, nooch.
Black rice mixed with pumpkin and carrots along side romaine and some asian dressing.
A quick and easy (vegan) eggplant parm made with Daiya.
A green juice from Rawbert's.
Impromptu what I like to call "trail mix cookies".
Omlette salad from Rawbert's.
Fresh flower and blossom salad from Rawbert's.
Rawbert's sprout filled salad.
A wonderful friend Bettina and me at the beach on a chilly day in April. The outdoors must be embraced no matter what the weather might be.
See? The sun is shining through and spring is here. Lets hug the new with both of our arms.
Now of course, I did not make all of these one night, I just had to do a huge recap, because lately, I've been a bit more focused on the mountains of life rather than the blogosphere, however, I find it quite fun to share my thoughts and creations with you all, which is why I will most definately continue, once a week (or more if I have time).