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Screw It I’m Eating Tater Tots | Episode 49

If you’re new to my blog, welcome! Here is an explanation of the tater tot post.

Waking up

I’ve been unmotivated for most of of the winter. 

I had planned to host a soup group that I had read about. It was never done.

Every month, I thought it would be fun to invite friends over for dinner or a game night. We never did.

Winter swallowed me whole. But not in a sad way. In a quiet, wintery way.

As spring arrives, I feel like I’m finally waking up after a long sleep.

To be clear, I’m learning to appreciate winter. It began in the winter of 2021. I thank the pandemic for teaching me how.

Are you slowly waking up as well?

For free

Recently a journal prompt asked me “what kind of business would you like to start?” I’ve had an idea for a while. Those closest to me are likely familiar with this idea, which I’ve been tossing around for a few years now.

It’s too long to list here; another blog post for another day, but the bottom line is that it would be entirely non-profit for the benefit of my community. What is it that is holding me back? Fear. The fear of starting. The fear of someone telling me that this is the dumbest idea anyone has ever had.

I once had a friend who wanted to start their own business but never did. They moved and began a new life path. They died without ever completing their dream business plan. I think about that a lot.

I read this beautiful essay a few months ago:

Is it enough?

In this essay, they share this song:

For some reason, it all felt connected.

Dinner ideas

Speaking of hosting dinners, I enjoy the website Cup of Jo for many reasons, but I particularly enjoy her posts about meal ideas. Not for what she writes, but for what her readers write in the comments section. These types of posts are useful if you need a quick idea for company, your own family, or simply when you don’t have the motivation to cook for yourself (me to all three).

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: my comment section is my favorite part of my blog. So much magic happens there.

If you have any quick dinner ideas, please leave them in the magical comment section.

If you read one thing this month

Because it’s my birthday month, I’m doing things a little differently this tater tot post. I’ll be listing one (or two) of my favorite books, movies, television shows, songs, and so on. I’m thinking about doing it this way in the future because it can be overwhelming for you as a reader to see everything I’m reading, listening to, or watching.

So let me know if you prefer this or if you enjoy seeing everything. It won’t bother me in any case. I appreciate hearing your honest thoughts. I truly believe that this is our blog, rather than just mine.

If you only read one book this month, make it this one:

Zen and the Art of Saving the Planet by Thich Nhat Hanh

If you’d like to see the other books I’m reading, you can see my Goodreads profile here.

If you watch one thing this month…

I highly recommend this 40 minute documentary. It was beautiful.

The Elephant Whisperers (Netflix)

But I also highly recommend this one as well:

Resurface (Netflix) Only 25 minutes…

And this TikTok:


Things a 80 years old woman would want to change in the world if she could. #human

♬ Je te laisserai des mots – 𝐼𝑡’𝑠 𝑗𝑢𝑠𝑡 𝑎 𝑑𝑟𝑒𝑎𝑚

If you listen to one song this month…

This was hard, but I choose:

Can’t Let Go, Juno by Kishi Bashi

If you want to listen to the rest of what I’m loving, you can find my Currently playlist on Spotify and Apple Music.

I am not restricting links. I love links.

Fuck T-Shirts. Because everyone can’t love everything all the time. – fucktshirts

Please help this family

The Secret to Happiness, According to This Harvard Professor

Protecting the sore spot

A disturbing 1995 prediction by Carl Sagan accurately describes America today

The Black sheep-by bert hellinger

The Nicest Place on the Internet

The news ≠ your life

Excerpt: You Could Make This Place Beautiful by Maggie Smith

Could We End Wealth?

Bernadette Mayer’s List of Journal Ideas

What’s the Best Party Snack of All Time? This.

Same with quotes. I love quotes.

“Your anger is a frightened, scared, hurt and lonely child having a tantrum. Hold that child tenderly in your attention…Do not try to make her do anything. Just hold her. Let her cry. Let her rage. Do not react to her pain, distress, fear or outbursts. Hold her tenderly with loving kindness and compassion.” -Ken McLeod from this book

“This planet can provide for human need, but not for human greed.” -Mahatma Ghandi

“Once we have peace, we are clear enough and calm enough to see the way forward. To have peace inside is a very basic need. Without it, you can’t do anything to help others. ” -Thich Nhat Hanh

I will end with this short snippet by Elyse Meyers.

Here’s to April…

53 thoughts on “Screw It I’m Eating Tater Tots | Episode 49”

  1. I’m always slow to wake up to spring after a winter of inactivity but lately I’ve had a hard time finding the energy for anything. Menopause sometimes sucks the life right out of me.

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  2. I am intrigued by your not for profit business idea! I think it takes so much guts to start any sort of business and SO much work and dedication.

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  3. Kari, being someone who loves winter, I really liked what you said, “…in a quiet wintery way.” And that’s one of the many reasons why I love that season (and Autumn). Many people find winter depressing yet, for me, it’s when I feel the most alive. My brain functions better, my body functions better; it’s when I feel the most creative too. Once summer gets here, I hibernate, where most people hibernate in the winter. I know that’s not the norm, because the majority of people prefer the warmth of Spring and Summer. For me, the ideal temperature would never get above 55 degrees. Yeah, I know…I’m strange. LOL!

    Several years ago, I started my own personal shopper business, specifically for mature women (50 and older) because that’s the age where I feel women are alienated when it comes to the beauty industry. I’ve had several roadblocks in getting the business going, which kind of took the wind out of my sails. However, I have a feeling I will be reigniting that business idea soon.

    Happy Birthday month to you!!!!! My grandmother (who I adored) was born this month as well (April 1st).

    Thanks for mentioning that 40 minute documentary on Netflix about the elephant whispers because I saw it on the streaming website I use and thought it looked so interesting. And so does “Resurface!” Will be watching them both!

    “Can’t Let Go, Juno by Kishi Bashi” I did listen to it and really enjoyed it!

    And yes, I prefer this way of sharing your favorites because I don’t always have time to go through them all. This way, I can focus on a few and take the time to investigate all that you offer. You always have such interesting and diverse posts, which is why I so enjoy reading your blog!

    Happy Monday, my friend!

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    1. I love how you are most creative in the winter. You’re not strange at all. I hate it when it gets too hot in the summer. I’m a 75-degree girl! Anything warmer makes me feel miserable. Green grass, flowers, and open windows are the only things I enjoy about warmer weather. If I can’t have any of that (because it’s too hot), I’m out. 

      I LOVE THAT BUSINESS MODEL, RON! You are absolutely correct about how alienated that demographic is. If you restart that business, I will promote it here 😘

      I love that your grandmother and I share a birthday month. I love that so much. ❤️

      Both of those documentaries are beautiful and inspiring. Especially the elephant one. We found out it won an Oscar after watching it. No surprise, it was BEAUTIFUL.

      I’ve been listening to that song over and over. I’m glad you enjoyed it!

      I’m so glad you enjoy this way of sharing! This is how I plan to write the tater tot posts in the future. Thank you so much for your honest comment; it means a lot to me. It also means a lot that you say I share diverse and interesting things with you. I aim to do so because I love learning new things and want to share them with you all. 

      Have a wonderful week, my friend! 😘


  4. I get what you’re saying. Spring surprises me every year. I think I’m ready to be active then I dawdle around waiting for the perfect [non-existent] moment to START THINGS. Love all the links, nothing better than a post filled with them. Will check ’em out, thanks for doing this.

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    1. I still don’t have the energy to do all the things, but it’s nice to have bad weather on my side when I don’t want to go anywhere! Snow all day? I guess I’ll have to spend the entire day on the couch. Darn…🤣

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  5. Winter = giant jigsaw puzzles here. That’s about as active as I get! Kidding, but I do have less motivation. I don’t know what other people consider quick or easy when it comes to meals. I do bowls once a week with leftover meat or cooked shrimp or fish and then a carb like quinoa/rice/couscous, then whatever fruits and veggies I have on hand. I just make it up. Delicious and filling.

    I enjoyed perusing your Spotify list. I only knew a total of 6 songs. Right now, I’m obsessed with the Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Wet Leg (very inappropriate lyrics, which make me laugh).

    Can we talk Ruffles and Lawson’s chip dip? Please tell me you know what that is!?! When my oldest was 2 or 3 years old, we had Ruffles and dip while we decorated our Xmas tree that year. She insisted upon it every year after.

    Happy Birthday Month! There’s a wine glass at the Dollar Store that says, “ It’s my birthday month” that I kept buying all my friends. You have to celebrate all month!🎉🍾🥳

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    1. I know a lot of people who enjoy jigsaw puzzles. My parents, my friend Vikki, Ally Bean, and now you. Maybe I will try that next winter.

      I love the idea of making a bowl out of leftovers!!

      I’ve seen Wet Leg in my Spotify feed here and there. Your mentioning them means that I will pay closer attention to their songs.

      OMG LAWSON’S. I KNOW EXACTLY WHAT THAT IS!! Do you remember Jones’ potato chips from Mansfield? Jones and Lawson’s dip? HOLY HELL. However, they changed the Jones’ chip recipe years ago, and it’s no longer the same… But I absolutely love Ruffles. That is my current favorite chip.

      You definitely have to celebrate all month!


      1. I never had Jones’ potato chips. I think DanDee was the local chip sold nearby us, but I think they are out of business now.

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      2. Ballreichs….and yea Dan-Dee is out of business….they had the best cheese twistees. And I will send you puzzles, Kari. I think we need to do that….”piece it forward puzzles”. When you’re done, just send it on to someone and vice versa. Like, what do we actually do with puzzles once we finish them? And I am in need of a personal shopper…please send Ron this way….you know where I am Kari 🙂

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  6. I love the winter! I’m Swedish, it’s part of my DNA I think. But there’s something alluring about spring, as if a new lover, I get butterflies in my stomach. I like the favorites as I get overwhelmed easily. We’ll be watching elephants tonight! Also, loved the book, read it a while ago. Happy birthday month! Hugs, C

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    1. I love the winter now! I didn’t always. 🤣

      You are spot on about the allure of spring. I’ve never thought about it that way. This is how I’ll think of it from now on.

      I hope you enjoyed the elephants. ❤️


  7. Happy birthday month. I think since basketball season is in winter, I am still fairly ‘active.’ If you ever decide to attend a high school game with me, you will know what I mean. I don’t watch passively. I’m an all in fan. You’ve been warned.

    We don’t get out much or do much socially, so of course another couple invited us out for dinner and it was when we were going to be in Ireland. Good problem to have, but really? I was like NOW? NOW IS WHEN YOU WANT TO HANG WITH US?

    I’m now obsessed with the EF-t-shirts. I see that you can suggest a shirt and if they make it, they will send you one for free. I may or may not be flooding their in box with t-shirt ideas, that obviously start with ‘ef’. Why so angry? Well, I have issues, apparently.

    I love Elyse. Plain and simple.

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    1. LOL- I used to be a soccer mom, so I completely understand.

      That happens a lot to us. We haven’t made plans in months, and then as soon as we do, someone invites us somewhere.

      I ordered one in blue that says F$#$ Social Media. (Looking at you facebook) You don’t have issues.

      I love Elyse too.


  8. I have a cousin who owns a business when I asked her about starting. She said if you are to give up freedoms like vacations/health insurance or if you have a family…you have to give 200% to your business. That to me rang as too much of a challenge, I have tried unsuccessfully selling my art over the years despite so many people saying its damn good. I am content with what I have. So, I wish you well Kari in whatever decision, but try not to have any regrets.

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  9. I’m intrigued by your non-profit business idea too.
    Wake up? Me? I don’t want to, and I can’t blame winter for that.

    I like the limited books/music, etc., because it can overwhelm me as I’m clicking, listening, reading, etc. I don’t know what to comment on when I’m at the bottom of your post. 🙂 LOL. I do need an assistant these days…..

    Oh, the Fuck Tshirts were funny!!

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    1. I told Anna about it because she is a marketing genius, and she brought me back down to earth in the best way possible. I essentially want to provide free mental health care/self-care resources to people in my community. It would be a massive undertaking, and I have no idea where to begin.

      I fully agree. It’s a lot to take in. That is essentially what I am doing in the What I Kept posts.

      I love those tee-shirts. 😂

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  10. What is quick to you in terms of meal prep? We regularly spend an hour cooking dinner, so I find 30 minutes quick, but I recently said that to my SIL and she laughed and laughed and said if it took longer than 15 minutes, she’s out. I can’t think of a single dinner we prepare in that amount of time!

    Anyway, I am a fan of a good old-fashioned frittata if you eat eggs. Whisk 8-10 eggs. Use whatever veggie/cheese combo you want. We’re fans of broccoli/potato/cheddar cheese and kale/ham/goat cheese, but I’m also a fan of mushroom/green (usually kale, but we’ve used chard)/Parmesean. Cook up the veggies, add the eggs to a skillet and then bake for 10-15 minutes. Serves 4.

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    1. That’s funny. So I used to think 30 minutes was quick. I am now your SIL, but I am open to any dinner suggestions. Please share them with me.

      I absolutely love frittatas!! This is perfect. I’ve been completely uninspired lately, so this actually makes me look forward to dinner.

      Thank you! 😘


  11. You know how much I love winter, too (said sarcastically). No motivation here for me either. I know today is crappy with these storms, but looking at our extended weather forecast, 60’s & 70’s will be here soon. Yippee! I can’t wait to start planting flowers and setting up my patio. Warmer weather and sunshine are my motivation.

    Business ideas: remember when we talked about setting up a design/organization business together? That was fun. Sometimes it’s just nice to dream. I still daydream about opening a small used bookstore, with worn wood floors and comfy squishy leather chairs to sink into. Little coffee and tea station in back with homemade cookies or muffins, depending on the day.

    I love Cup of Jo! Quick dinners…you know I love to cook, but I have to be in the mood. There are plenty of times I just want to do something quick and easy. My go-to’s (is there supposed to be an apostrophe there?) are scrambled eggs and toast (throw in some bacon if you want), tacos, BLT sandwiches, and Crockpot meals. The easiest Crockpot meal is to slice up an onion and colorful bell peppers, throw them in the pot, then top with a few boneless chicken breasts (or thighs). Sprinkle with chili powder, cumin and Mexican oregano. Pour about 1/2 jar of salsa – regular or salsa verde) on top. Cook on low 5-6 hours. Shred chicken. Serve over rice or noodles. Another idea ~ make bowl dinners. Use wide, shallow bowls and nest in protein, carbs (rice, potatoes, quinoa) and veggies. Good way to use up leftovers. You could even whip up a simple peanut sauce (or buy one) to drizzle over the top. That chicken in the Crockpot that I mentioned above is good for this.

    Thanks for the book recommendation. I love Thich Nhat Hanh. I look at my library’s site and they have that book. Going on my list. I prefer to see just one or two book/TV etc recommendations. I get overwhelmed easily.

    The best party snack (Ruffles and French Onion dip)…that brings back memories of when me and my sister were teenagers and we’d play cards and eat nacho cheese Doritoes with Dean’s French Onion dip, lol. Not worrying about if we’d get fat or that both things alone are disgustingly chemically-laden. 😉


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      Okay, we’ll talk on the 20th because I haven’t talked to you about this business plan yet. This seems to fit with Feed Your Soul/coffee house/soul homework. I have a vision in my head that I need to put down on paper. It feels like a good idea, and I genuinely think I could get grant money for it, but I’m extremely fearful. Because ANXIETY. 

      You are the master of meal planning. I am completely unmotivated. I believe it is primarily due to the fact that everyone’s tastes differ. I used to meal plan for years and I’m just burnt out, I think. But I really like the bowl ideas. That sounds doable.

      I absolutely love chips and dip. It’s been a long time since I’ve had it. I  might have to have some during birthday month.❤️



  12. I cannot wait to hear about your business plan!

    I truly struggle with meal planning. I only do it because I have to with Brian’s work schedule. He works 12 hour shifts and he can’t leave the building, which means he has to bring breakfast, lunch and dinner to work. He brings yogurt and fruit for breakfast and makes salads to go with his lunches, but I have to think of what main dishes to make so that there’s plenty of leftovers for him to take for his lunches and dinners. I usually end up cooking several days in a row, but then I get a break for a few days since there’s so many leftovers. For example, last night I made a vegetarian dish – Paneer Makhani – in the Crockpot. Made a big pot of brown jasmine rice. We ate it last night (he was home) and now there’s plenty of leftovers from that. Tonight I’m making a chicken tamale pie, of which there’ll be leftovers. And tomorrow night I’m making a turkey chili. And that’s it for the week except for one night this weekend when he’ll be home and I’ll make black bean burgers. Trust me, after 38 years of meal planning and cooking, I get burnt out, too. 😉 Other times, I find it rather zen, creative, and a way to express my love.

    You totally NEED to eat some chips and dip to celebrate your birthday, if that’s something you love. Put that on your birthday month list!

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    1. I love the idea of making food that is both creative and zen. I’d like to find that again in cooking. I believe that some of the reasons I feel this way about food are related to disordered eating. We will definitely discuss this on the 20th.

      I need to make a birthday month list! You’ve inspired me. ❤️

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  13. As much as I love winter…and I do love winter, more so than most people…I’m kind of excited to see 70s in our forecast next week. 70s! Holy cow! I’ve forgotten what it feels like to be warm.

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  14. I appreciate the conversation about meals/cooking, a thing I am working on learning (better late than never!) and getting better at. I want to be at a place where I don’t need a recipe to follow (getting there, slowly). A new cookbook I really like is Ali Slagle’s I Dream About Dinner (So You Don’t Have To). One reason I love it is that the meals are pretty simple/easy AND she provides ideas for variations, to be able to work with what have. It helps you see the underlying principles of the recipe.

    I always have mixed feelings about the ending of winter. I love spring, and I’m ready for some warmth/sun, but I also love the way winter gives us permission to hunker down and do puzzles and watch movies and light candles. I love winter clothes so much more than summer clothes. You can always put on more clothes to keep warm, but the inverse is not true in summer, and I’m not very comfortable baring my body. I really hate being too hot, and I hate it when excessive heat keeps me inside. I really do need to move further north.

    Really appreciated the piece from Laurie Wagner. I think the answer is “yes.”

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    1. Better late than never…yes. I’m going to look into that cookbook. I want to cook like that; using what I have, not following a recipe.

      This is exactly how I feel, and it was especially strong during the week of the time change. Last summer, when my husband would say things like “the neighbors are out in the cul-de-sac” or “we should really have a bonfire,” I became conscious of this. You’ve lost me at should… I love summer, I love our hammocks, but I absolutely loathe shoulds, pressure, and unexpectedly sitting outside with others. I used to think I liked those things, but the pandemic made me realize that I had been programmed to believe I should (there’s that word again) like them. Winter is less bossy. THIS COULD HAVE BEEN A BLOG POST. I think you would make a good neighbor. Also, Katie Joy. Let’s start thinking about forming a tiny house commune…in Canada.

      I just told Ron about this a few comments ago. I’m a 75-degree gal.  I hate having to use the air conditioner during the summer; at that point, it might as well be winter.


      1. 75 is my favorite temperature! I can still wear my favorite clothes, and I’m not too hot. I can feel the sun on my face, and I’m not too hot. When I was growing up in Seattle, this was the average summer temperature. If it got above 80, we thought it was scorching out. Of course, it’s not like that now, and I feel real grief for the summers of my childhood. Now that I’m thinking about it, I guess some of my feelings about summer now are really feelings about climate change and ALL the things that means.

        I do like the increased interaction with neighbors in the warmer months, but what we have here is really my kind of interaction: We wave to each other from our yards. Cane and I love to sit on our front porch in the evening and watch people go by or the kids play in the street. I like being near other humans, but not necessarily being WITH them. Unless they are my close people. I’m going to try to convice you and Kate and all my favorite people to move to the northwest. 🙂 I’m hoping to move further north (where I grew up), where it is significantly cooler (in summers) than it is in Portland. And, our culture here is kinder to introverts, I think. (Just got back from the South. Hoo-boy, it’s different there. It’s nice, but so much socializing.) Hmmm…I’m practically writing a post, too. I’m not gonna tell you that you should move here, though. 😉

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      2. I completely agree with you. Growing up in Ohio, we didn’t have central air conditioning. Our summers are now notoriously hot, and I often wonder, “How on earth did we manage?” For one thing, we didn’t have these scorching hot summers like we do now…

        That type of interaction appeals to me as well. I’m not meant to live in the South. I am meant for the North, and it appears that I am also meant for the Pacific Northwest.❤️

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  15. Love these collections so much. That essay about “enough” has me near tears. It’s a question that echoes around me on the daily. Why is it that I can answer the essayist’s questions with a hearty “yes,” but it doesn’t feel true for myself? Well. I suppose I need to sit with THAT question.

    I also love Trader Joe’s hacks. Here’s my quick meal: cook two packs of ramen in broth, add frozen cubes of minced ginger and garlic and edamame. No chopping, no fuss. Takes five-ish minutes.

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    1. The “how to stop crying” is what got me. I took a screenshot of that part of the essay. And the little girl who is crawling out of the author at the age of 62. I felt that.

      OMG. THAT IS BRILLIANT. I am making that. Thank you, Suzanne!

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  16. So many things to say! Okay, I’ll start.
    1) I’m so glad you feel you’re waking up and this? “To be clear, I’m learning to appreciate winter. It began in the winter of 2021. I thank the pandemic for teaching me how.” – me too! It was 2020 when I decided FRILUFTSLIV! Hygge! Embrace the season. For the most part, I’ve been able to appreciate it.
    2) It’s hard to start a business! When we move I’m wondering what to do re: yoga classes – I have a friend who works at a seniors’ home and am thinking about seeing if they want a yoga class there.
    3) I also love Cup of Jo – and if you want my easiest dinner, it’s the one we are having tonight. Tortilla wraps. Fill with whatever. I usually slice up tomatoes and peppers, add an avocado and salsa. The boys have cheese and chicken in theirs as well. The effort involved: slicing the vegetables, sauteeing the chicken. Done.
    4) BIRTHDAY MONTH!!!!!
    5) Love your links and your quotes!
    I’m still catching up on life, so xoxoxo for now.

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    1. I like how we both started to appreciate winter in 2020.

      I love the idea of you teaching yoga to senior citizens! That’s similar to my idea. I’d like to build a community center where people could get free or low-cost yoga, massage, reiki, therapy, somatic dance, a coffee shop with proceeds benefiting the center, and so on. A healing center in the heart of our community. I’d like to see every community in our world offer this to its residents…the key is that it’s free or low-cost.

      I love that kind of dinner! We have that every so often! I should ask each tater tot post what everyone is making for dinner.

      I’ve missed you! I can’t wait to hear all about your trip!


  17. I’m a big believer in following your dreams. So I’m here to cheer on your business idea… whether you grow it to maturity or simply investigate & share the possibilities… everything has value. Look at your book! You are unstoppable when you put your mind to something. And the end result might be an unexpected but still wonderful thing!

    Recently heard a quote & thought of you (prob bc it was in a reiki video! Yay for reiki! :-): “Where the mind goes the qi (chi?) flows.” Who knows what will lovely thing will come out of your attention?

    In addition to following your dreams, I’m also a big believer in the power of small (or maybe the power in nothing being too small? :-). What you can do in this moment is enough. No matter how tiny an action or thought or deed seems to you, it is valuable and worthy and enough.

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    1. Will you be my business partner, Maddie? I wish I had the confidence you have in me. I also wish I could have all of my lovely readers here. As if we all lived in a small village together. The thought of this makes me very happy. 

      I love that quote. I’ve heard it many times. You’re right. MANIFESTING A BLOG TOWN BUILT BY A BLOGGER… Oh, that’s not what I’m supposed to manifest…🤣

      I agree wholeheartedly.  We can all affect change in some way. Despite how small it may appear, it trickles across.


      1. I can see it now. A small happy peaceful village. Cozy little houses tucked amongst inviting walking paths with flowers around every turn. Cats & dogs of course and in the meadows a horse or three. And every day good conversations….. Manifest away!

        Some of my happiest days were working with small business owners. There’s something uplifting about you idea people! A unique energy. One I’m happy to support. 🙂

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