When I graduated and no longer had easy access to the place, I reverse engineered my experience of that pasta salad. The place closed a few years after I graduated, but the pasta salad has stuck with me. My mother loved it and in the year or two before she died, she'd ask me to bring her some of my pasta salad because she missed it so.
During the month of April, the Facebook group I moderate called “Healthy Habits Everyday” took on a challenge called “Taking Action April” where everyday participants did one thing on their to-do list that they just didn’t feel like doing in order to transform our feeling resistance toward daily tasks. This month, we’re going to tackle… Continue reading Minimum Baseline May
After Friday's horrific events in Christchurch, New Zealand, I am reminded that Islamophobia knows no borders. I don't care what your personal political beliefs, if people (whether Christian, Jewish, Muslim, atheist, or otherwise) being slaughtered during the vulnerable time of coming together as a community doesn't disturb the hell out of you, I despair of… Continue reading Muslim Advocacy and Anti-Islamophobia Groups You Can Give To
For those who may have missed it, here's my little piece of our show Art or Evidence?: Tea Liturgy. Our theme was on creativity and how we put together this show, one bit at a time. But my piece turned out to be a little more about what I did when I wasn't feeling all… Continue reading My Homily on Creativity for Art or Evidence?: Tea Liturgy
I'm headed into an incredibly busy six weeks and am going to have to think a little more strategically about my meal preps beginning next weekend. On the docket this week: After work I have two rehearsals for two different projects and the Rogue Festival Muse Reveal one evening. So that means planning for some… Continue reading Meal Prep: Basic and Easy Edition
Consider giving to any of these organizations. SPOTLIGHT ON STUDENT PANTRIES: "One of the demographics often overlooked regarding food insecurity is students. Fresno State, FCC and College of the Sequoias in Visalia serve a disproportionately large number of very poor students who typically only receive daily meals on campus. "
My holiday strategy is going to build on everything I've learned in the last year, because apparently they worked okay.
The temps are cooling a tiny bit, so I'm taking the opportunity to "level up" my meal plan just a tad this week.
Feeling better about myself helped me improve myself. Feeling shitty about myself has never gotten me anywhere.
Organizations that support racial justice you can donate to today.