Those who look beyond ‘the news’ have known for months that employees from various professions have been quitting their jobs, or are being fired, or suspended without pay, rather than subject themselves to the spike protein injection. In that list, were people from all kinds of professions including teachers, professional athletes, police – all “crazy… Continue reading When Doctors and Nurses are Quitting Their Jobs and Forgoing Pensions Rather Than Take the Injection, It’s Time To Reconsider How “Safe and Effective” They Really Are
We’re at a time in history when, no matter where you live in this world, change is upon us. And that change is magnitudinal. Whether you’re for the strict government measures and feel that catching covid is a serious threat to most of humanity, or whether you believe that the threat is minimal to most,… Continue reading Why Aren’t We Talking?
On her way to the chicken coop, the brilliant sunset once again caused her to pause in the backyard, and to sit momentarily on the bench her husband made last week, at her request, according to her specifications, with a few professional tweaks of his own, like the curved edges of the armrests. It sat… Continue reading A Short Story About Hope
This blog post is to address concerns that I am certain that like-minded people are experiencing with the same agony, whilst debating various aspects of the Covid 19 panic in regards to opening up the restrictions. Over and over, I see memes and have the same conversations about the fact that some people do not… Continue reading The Fear, Blame, Guilt and Shame Game Of Covid 19
It’s been a few years now, that I have been willing to call myself a bit of a conspiracy theorist. I don’t mind the title because it’s true. I do entertain the idea that conspiracies are happening. It’s the implication that the title also indicates that there is something wrong with me – that… Continue reading Yes, I Am A Conspiracy Theorist; Why Aren’t You?
Vegan keto can be delicious and can change your life. I’m dropping weight while enjoying utterly fantastic foods, like this creamy fudge. If you’re doing vegan keto and you need a sweet fix, give these a try. I take one out of the freezer daily to thaw so that I can enjoy one… Continue reading Creamy Keto Vegan Vanilla Fudge
I was craving something sweet and had some extra coconut milk, so I invented this creamy pudding that has hints of chai, mocha and vanilla. It’s what I call an ‘adult’ pudding, due to the chai and mocha flavorings, although kids would like it as well. I’m doing keto and losing weight like crazy… Continue reading Creamy Vanilla Mocha Chai Pudding (Keto, Vegan, Low Calorie)
Now here we have a tasty, thick and rich soup bursting with wonderful, exotic flavors. A large bowl adds up to just 191 calories. The recipe can serve 4 people as an appetizer or 2 for a meal. So the 191 is calculated as the meal portion. In other words, make the soup, divide… Continue reading Butter Chicken Spiced Vegan Cauliflower Soup
From The Post Millennial, here is the news about the Ontario’s Premier’s new legislation to increase fines for animal rights activists who trespass on farmland. Animal rights activists have been trespassing on farmland in order to get video and photo evidence to show the conditions and abuse of farm animals. As well, they sometimes… Continue reading Doug Ford’s New Legislation Protects Farmers, Leaving Animals Vulnerable
I recently started on Weight Watchers and decided to come up with a nice indulgent cup of hot chocolate that is also low on points. And this recipe is the winner. Rich, chocolatey and just a one weight watcher’s point. You can’t beat that. The best milk for richness and low points is cashew… Continue reading Creamy 1 Point Hot Chocolate (Vegan, 1 WW Point, Keto)