Thursday, May 17, 2012

It's what's for lunch~

Having a great morning here at One Love Journey central.  After enjoying some time up at the General Store with Adrianne, Mr. Marley and I returned back to One Love to find a spotlessly clean home with the rest of the laundry hand washed and hung by Gia.  What an Angel.

I wanted to show my appreciation so I made us a great and quick healthy lunch before beginning today's addition to the Tree of Life on One Love.

I cooked us up a veggie and tamari sauce stir fry in coconut oil that was just perfect for a good healthy afternoon lunch (recipe below).  Gia loved it, in fact she said I can cook that any time for us, haha.

Gia and I work well together, I love to cook and she does not care to cook.  She loves to clean and so much appreciate having help around here.  She is freeing up so much of my day for things like painting and finishing my book.  I am truly blessed to have her here.  Thank you God for sending me an Angel.

We both took cold showers today due to being out of propane, haha.  Apparently when I asked one of the guys to help me get the tank filled they grabbed the one that the arrow indicated was the empty tank when in fact it was the half full tank so instead of having a tank and a half I had a tank and that would be why I am now out of propane two weeks before pay day.

Getting ready to paint, woot woot

The upside is the cold showers sure gave us both a boost of energy and we do have a crock pot and an electric skillet to cook with in the mean time so life is not so bad without propane.  I am hoping to resolve the problem sooner than later however, cold showers are certainly better for your skin and other health related issues but they are well uh, they are cold, haha.

Back to painting the tree I am super inspired right now and can't wait to share with you all my progress.  In the mean time here is a picture of some healthy food that only takes about 10 minutes to make and taste great.

Tamari Goes Coconut Over Veggies Stir-Fry

2 Servings
2 fresh organic zucchini sliced
1 fresh organic summer squash sliced
2 cloves of fresh organic garlic chopped
2 handfuls of organic fresh greenbeans
1/2 small red onion sliced
2 tablespoons of organic expeller pressed coconut oil
2 splashes of Tamari Sauce
21 Seasoning Salute from Trader Joes to Taste
Weber Garlic and Herb Seasoning to taste

Saute all ingredients in coconut oil and tamari sauce with seasonings for about 10 minutes till soft but not overcooked and serve.  Renders 2 servings.  Mmmm Good Eats!

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