Friday, June 26, 2020

Broccoli sprouts and more...

They had 1 day left to sprout but who is impatient? That's right i couldn't wait to give them a crunch. I gathered some mesclum greens (thx Dayle) some sliced tomatoes some sliced poached chicken (hubby's new diverticulitis diet) as well as a thin slice of extra sharp cheeze. It was yummy. I was on my way to giving them a good rinse and shake when i thought today was the day.
I didn't add very many to the jar but this time I'm going with 1 tablespoon. That will give me more than enough. Thanks again to Marie for getting me started on these.
This New Normal is getting to me more each day. Between you and I it feels as thought I'm stuck on a remote island in the middle of nowhere and  isolated from the rest of the world and no one is looking for me. I read that a visit from a Dove helps us rid the trauma stored deep within our cellular memory". ( www.pure-spirit.com)" Alternatively the Dove could be letting you know that you need to simply stop and take a few deep breaths. Let go of the turmoil that is currently surrounding you and find peace within." I sure hope that works. With that being said along came a second dove.
Now mind you I didn't have my zoom lens and they were inches away with no intention of flying off. They stayed quite a while. Reading on "A pair of Doves symbolizes peace, fidelity & love."
www.karenwrigley.com
So......it was very calming to sit and enjoy my visitors.
In doing more research I found Karen's blog. She is known as an Animal Communicator/Pet Psychic:
one who translates thoughts, feelings and sensations of an animal...Interesting read.

On a happier note i stopped over to see my friends at the barn...you know, my Happy Place.!
Yesterday I recieved confirmation that I'm scheduled for a trail ride...yahoo...back in the saddle again. Something to look forward to.
Again I can't thank you enough for being here with me. You are "mes amis" 
A Bientot.

13 comments:

  1. Oh but I'm envious as horses are my favorite animal on earth....well, maybe second as I love dogs too. I used to have a horse as a teen and loved lifting the mane and smelling the delicious horseflesh. It has been years since I rode a horse, enjoy getting back in the saddle again.

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    1. Thank you so much and i sure hope that one day you will get back in the saddle.

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  2. Glad you are getting back in on the horse! Food looks great. We have those doves all the time and David is always chasing them as they poop on our back deck. There goes our peace I guess lol.
    Cathy

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    1. Thanks i'll be sure to post pics..miss you.

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  3. This is my first time to see your blog. And I think, your grandchildren must be very happy when they visit a home of grandmother like this. So comfortable place.

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  4. So happy you're going to be able to ride again. Gorgeous pictures! Hoping to have a social distancing happy hour again soon :)

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    1. Thanks Jill...yes soon and thanks gor bring here.

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  5. I find visits from Doves very restorative also. Especially the dark chocolate ones. WooHoo! on getting to go on a ride again.

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    1. Ok JustGail....i just caught that. Love your humor. Thank You.

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  6. This "new normal" is getting to me, too, and I don't like it...not one little bit.
    So happy you are scheduled for a trail ride. I'm sure it will be good for the soul.
    BTW...the salad looks yummo!

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    1. I think it's getting to a lot of us. Thank you.

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