Every possibly imaginable gift was given to me on my birthday.. Starting with my three kids all calling me the night before. Taxis arriving without being called, rain falling so I didn’t have to water, ten of my most treasured friends coming to breakfast, including a handmade BIrthday card from Sweet 8-year old Savannah, who took the pics below, and then…then, then, Luis strolling in to the restaurant, saying he heard it was my birthday, pulling out his guitar, and saying he came to sing to me. What! I could have cried with happiness. I don’t know if you can see the emotion on my face in the pictures here. And my friends singing and looking so happy. Some announced they didn’t want to go to yoga as they were having so much fun, but they came, and the universe knew what would make me happy – A room full of students! Ten! I had three new ones, one lady saying it was her first yoga class in years, but because of that class, she was now passionate about starting again, that made me so happy. Then I got a free smoothie, a massage, and taken out to dinner by a handsome gentleman,ending the day with skyping with my son, Keith, looking so happy. What a glorious, glorious day. I love you all!
Serve this traditional sauce over meatless meatballs or use in a salad/Thai Salad Dressing.
2 c. pineapple juice (with tidbits of pineapple)
4 T. vinegar (coconut vinegar/rice)
3 1/2 T.coconut crystals/raw sugar
1 T. psyllium seed
Mix by hand or in a personal blender, adding the tidbits of pineapple by hand. Chill until thickened. Serve over meatless meatballs, use in a salad/Thai Salad Dressing. Use as a dipping sauce for veggies or a bed of cauliflower/sprouted rice.
Word of the Day – cumpleaños – birthday
Tip of the Day – Use as a dipping sauce for veggies or a bed of cauliflower/sprouted rice.A quick and easy recipe that can be poured over a dish or used as a dipping sauce. It is great served with any other Asian-inspired delicacies.