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Help the Hungry barbecue set for Oct. 16
The Rev. Paul Bembower of the Farmington Presbyterian Church joins the Help the Hungry Bake Sale entry during Friday's homecoming parade. The Help the Hungry Bake Sale Barbecue is scheduled from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Oct. 16 at Auffenberg Chevrolet
Wilton-Lesson Plan In Spanish: Course 3. Learn how to decorate cakes and more in beautiful designs and techniques. This book contains four lessons with step-by-step details. The difficulty level increases with each lesson. Published year: 2014. ISBN 978-1- 934089-66-8. Made in USA.
(Alibris: Books, Music, & Movies)Price: $3.28
Very Good Good shape with typical wear. Pages are unmarked and sharp. Paperback Used-Very Good 2014.
Yesterday was the first day of autumn. the year seems to be flying by. A change in season often makes me stop and think and reflect. This particular seasonal shift seems to reflect a life season change for me. Life looks quite different for me these days, no longer the mamma to baby birds who need my full attention. Our home is suddenly quiet and tidy as H has returned to university, J has moved out after his brief stay back home and L is busy across town in her own cosy home. There are many things that I am enjoying and looking forward to at this time of change. However there are also many things that I miss, look back longingly on and moments that take my breath away with the sheer raw sadness and longing for what has passed and will never be again. I really am working on embracing this phase of life, accepting the role as crone/wise woman. it really only seems such a short moment since I was embracing and accepting the role of mother. I am so grateful to have returned to working with little ones to satisfy my passionate need to be around wee ones, nurturing, coaxing, teaching and learning from. Occasionally feeling old and tired but mostly feeling inspired and rejuvenated, almost as if being around these amazing little ones can turn back the clock for me and make me young again. It has been quite a year, physically there is a lot less of me than there has been for many years. I was then inspired to try juicing and have become a devoted fan of Jason Vale, The Juice Master. (Four books, one wall planner, one dvd, one cd, one rebounder and one rebounding dvd and a visit to his retreat booked. I started off in January with the Juice Yourself Slim 7 day programme. This was a lovely gentle introduction for me as it combines juices and smoothies with soups and salads. He encourages you to read the entire book from start to finish before beginning the program. As I began to read I thought, I know this stuff, what can he possibly say that I don't know. And indeed I did know a lot of it. but some of it I didn't know and some of it just hadn't really hit home before. I have known for a long time that I needed to lose weight, move more, eat healthier. I needed to change my life. Starting Juice Yourself Slim was the beginning of that life change. I never felt like I was on a diet, never felt deprived or particularly hungry. What I did feel was inspired, vibrant and full of energy. Lesson number one was to get out of diet mentality. To stop obsessing about the foods that I couldn't have and focus on all the wonderful foods I could have. And if I wanted/craved chocolate/cake/bread whatever to eat it. The world wouldn't fall apart, the 'diet' wouldn't be ruined. I know that for me (as it is for many other people) cravings and often feeling hungry are actually nothing to do with food, but everything to do with emotions. This I have known for a long time, but I am learning to address it. After the 7 days I continued to replace at least one meal a day (usually breakfast) with a juice or smoothie. I have learned to appreciate that smoothies and juices are not just a drink, they are whole, life affirming, scrumptious meals. On the few days when I have not started my day with freshly extracted juice I feel hungry, grumpy and out of sorts. I have also begun eating food that is much less processed (even cooking is a form of processing. so sticking to raw or lightly cooked foods, as close to their natural state as possible). I am no saint, and I am very easily lead by the people that I love and slip back to eating sandwiches, pizza and puds. but I will have a big salad and just a couple of slices of pizza, I will have a small piece of cake and a side of fruit instead of ice cream. As the season changed to summer, and I had slipped back into some of my old habits I felt in need of a reminder of how to live well. I took up the next 7 day 'challenge' and followed the 7 lbs in 7 days program. Again I read the book from beginning to end before starting the program. The main lesson I learned with this program was the the joy of moving. I invested in a rebounder, a mini trampoline so that I could do something every day, half.
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