Slice of Life 2019: Day 25 Today is the Feast of Annunciation in the Orthodox church. It is celebrated on this day that the angel Gabriel told Mary that she would conceive and bare a son named Jesus. Orthodox Christians all over the world celebrate this day by eating fish! Tonight, we ate a big … More Annunciation
All the tech is getting put to good use this month! … More Laptop, Desktop, ipad and Phone
Slice of Life 2019: Day 9 Today, our priest came for a house blessing. After he blessed our home, he moved out to the chicken coop. So, now we will be eating blessed eggs! I love this image of Father out there blessing our yard and chickens. I figure, the more blessings the merrier.
Last year on January 19, I made the decision to participate in the Atlanta March for Life. I made the decision based upon two reasons: 1. In response to the Women’s Marches of 2017, I wanted my boys see a demonstration of peace, humility and love where people of all ages and orientations stood … More A March for Life
Paleo and Vegan: Vegan Bowls It’s a Thing! Not knowing what to call this recipe, I’ve landed on the name vegan bowls. Basically, vegan bowl night is when we set out various cooked and raw vegetables, a carbohydrate and some toppings and people make their own meal. You probably do something like this in your … More Paleo and Vegan: Vegan Bowl Night
Generosity doesn’t have to be this thing we serve down at the soup kitchen. Generosity can be the thing we offer right here in our homes and neighborhoods, blessing people with our time and our love, letting go of that desire to be recognized and reciprocated. … More Giving As Its Own Reward
If you’re like me and you need to eat Paleo for digestive reasons, Advent fasting can be fairly challenging. Advent is that six week period prior to Christmas in which Christians prepare for the nativity of Christ. Orthodox Christians keep a vegan fast during the weeks of Advent to prepare the heart and body for … More Paleo and Vegan: Curried Pumpkin Coconut Soup