Hey there, guys. Do you remember last week (after I spent a good long while talking about God), when I told you that today’s post was going to explore the subject of my guru? Well…yeah. Sorry, but it doesn’t look like that’s going to happen quite yet. It will–it most definitely will be a subject I’ll happily dig into–but right now I’m so hopelessly distracted by my most recent project that I decided to put it off for just a little bit longer. Mostly because Guru is a subject near and dear to my heart, and my fragmented mind … Continue reading
My intention for this week’s post was to start answering questions in my vegan series. I had a thought all picked out, my facts were checked, my ideas were organized…and then? As usual, things didn’t go quite as planned. (Yeah, I know. I say that all the time now.) I did manage to pull together a tasty vegan spiced apple chia parfait recipe, though, which keeps me somewhat on track and allows me to pretend that I’m still running this whole show. (It’s okay, laugh if you want. I am, even as I type out these words, because we both … Continue reading
(Please hit the jump to recipe button above to head right for the Vegan Chilled Chocolate Pie!)
I almost can’t believe another Christmas has come and gone, just like that. Because even though I made sure to thoroughly embrace all of my favorite holiday traditions, life was just so busy this year that it feels like the day kind of snuck on past. With barely a whisper. A really lovely and peaceful and joyful whisper, but still a whisper. And it’s a decidedly surprising feeling to be on the other side of it already.
And yet here I am, thoroughly … Continue reading
In happy anticipation of the upcoming holiday it somehow feels mandatory that I share an autumn-themed recipe with you all. And if you can think of anything that goes better with Thanksgiving celebrations than pumpkins and spice, make sure to let me know, because I think they just sum up the whole beautiful season. Throw in some apples, crisp winds, crunchy leaves, and honking geese, and I think we might have accidentally ended up in my own personal vision of heaven. Pure. Happiness.
But enough about the glory of fall, because you know I could go on all day. And … Continue reading