Thursday, March 13, 2008

Thankful Thursday


Fresh foods!
I am so glad that I pushed through my exhaustion yesterday and followed my path to the Whole Foods Store. Where I purchased organic eggs, and baby portabella mushrooms, tomatoes and green onions. We had Cara Cara (blood) oranges yesterday and the children had fresh strawberries after school. I have been living off my freezer and pantry for a month. I so missed healthy fresh foods. I am so thankful that I stopped and made this a priority.
In my exhaustion yesterday I became easy target for anger and frustrations.
Never get too tired to hungry or too lonely.
Well I really did myself all three. Beloved got the hot wind of it as I exhaled all over him my thoughts of all the injustices. Way, Way too tired!
Working so hard on this house and packing up our belongings has been a terrific amount of hard physical labor. I My strength is a vital part of accomplishing all the tasks that lay before me. Caring for my nutritional needs is important to do. I may even walk today after my visitor comes and leaves.
I had the idea of the children doing a lemon Aide stand during my yard sale so I have decided to postpone it a week.

Scrambled Eggs
Slice mushroom then dice.
Green onion Sliced very thin.
Slice bell pepper thin then dice it.

Heat pan first, then add a little olive oil
When oil is hot add vegetables and sweat them a minute or so.
Add two range free, organic large brown eggs
Using a chop stick (easy to wash) break yolks and stir.
The hot pan will cause the eggs to cook fast do not walk away.
When shine is dulled they are done.
Enjoy!

5 comments:

Denise said...

Those sound really yummy sweetie.

wondermommy said...

Wonderful thankful post!

Amrita said...

lovely recepi. made scrambled eggs with onions and tomatoes last night

Ellen said...

The fresh strawberries sound so good. We been having canned fruit for the last month. So glad to be getting to the grocery store on Saturday.

eph2810 said...

I think sometimes we just need to take a step back - breathe in and exhale before we continue with the work that is set before us.
Great that you were able to go and get fresh fruit and veggies :)
Your scrambled eggs sound yummy :)

Thank you so much for sharing your grateful heart with us this past week - despite your frustrations.

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