A RE-BLOG POST Buy One and Get One Free………….

What a positive post!  Here, so others can enjoy it, thanks much, Kamal.

Boundless Blessings by Kamal

Buy one get one free may be a good marketing gimmick but it is so true in real life also in many ways:

If we always harbor anger and loathing (buy this emotion) at all times, we get acidity for free.

If we buy jealousy then we will surely get headaches and worries for free.

If we buy hatred it is time that we will get ulcers and sores for free.

If we buy stress and anxiety then high blood pressure will soon come for free.

If we buy tension and rigidity then we will surely get diabetes for free.

If we buy fear and panic it is surely time that we will invite faster breathing or shortness of breath for free.

On the flipside:

If we buy trust and faith, we will surely get friendship for free.

If we buy Gratitude and appreciate everything for the beautiful Life that…

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Saturday is a good day to think of more reasons to love this month of May.

What if:

  • It’s time to switch to making ice coffee
  • Repurpose a room in your house while decluttering
  • Restore your furniture to a new glow
  • Visit a plant/tree nursey to enliven the yard
  • Visit a local farmers’ market
  • Make mushroom risotto with mushrooms in season or an asparagus Quiche Lorraine
  • Make a fresh fruit salad for dessert
  • Spend a day reading and listen to music
  • Sit outside and bird watch, hear their marvelous symphonies
  • Learn how to compost kitchen scraps
  • Love a tree!
  • Eat more nuts for a healthy snack.
  • Visit a local museum
  • Reallocate your daily habits and expectations to enjoy more of the outdoors and
  • Don’t forget to plan picnics, too.

Whatever ideas you would like to add to this list, I wish you a Happy Saturday!

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“A light wind swept over the corn, and all nature laughed in the sunshine.”

–Anne Bronte

The Farmer’s market is showing off its first crop of corn.  Yea, I like corn, that’s what I will make for supper tonight.  Here’s my recipe:


1 tablespoon sweet butter; 1 medium chopped red onion

3 or 4 medium red or Yukon potatoes; 1 1/2 cups of fresh corn

3 cups chicken broth; 1 1/4 cups half and half cream

2 spring onions thinly sliced; pinch of salt and cracked pepper

3 tablespoons flour; fresh parsley


In a large saucepan, melt butter, add onions and stir until tender.  Add potatoes, corn, broth, 1 cup cream, green onions, salt & pepper and bring to a boil.  Reduce to a simmer covered 12 to 15 minutes when potatoes are tender.

In a small bowl, mix flour and 1/4 cup cream and stir in soup, return to a boil stirring constantly, cook to thicken for 1 or 2 minutes, top off with parsley.

And, Voila! a yummy corn chowder for supper.

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To live by Faith is to live in Hope.

I see Hope in this field of Snowdrops.  Hope is wanting all around us, and we can do something about it.

There is HOPE…help from God to forge through any life difficulties.

There is OPPORTUNITY…to become the best version of yourself, at any time.

There is PRAYER to trust God’s plan for your destiny, prayer for patience.

There is ENLIGHTENMENT of the mind, Grace to recharge one’s thinking and doing.

Speaking with God sparks hope.

I wish you a hopeful weekend.

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Coming out from the cold damp forest of Winter

The sound of music tickles the ears

Trumpets proclaim the wonder of morning

Writers gather for fellowship

With hearts opened and stories to unfold

Hear those past secrets and future dreams

O, the gift of musical sounds

Gladden souls and give wings to fly

Courage to overcome anything.

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