Monthly Archives: July 2010

As Visions Of Animals Danced in Her Head

Oh wait, these animals are real! One frisky kitty… “I see something!” ~~~~~ Does anyone else see the funny facial expression on Nancy? (No one? ANYONE? Guess I’m just crazy…) Guilty as charged; I caught them in the act of … Continue reading

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Bite for a Bullet

*This is an entry in Katie’s Magic Bullet giveaway* This will be a quick post, so let’s jump right in, shall we? This is my Banana Split Breakfast Sundae: It is built from chocolate hot cream of rice cereal (flavored … Continue reading

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Breakfast of (Vegan, Environmentalist, Gluten-Free) Champions

The time has come to talk of my favorite breakfast. I have eaten this almost every morning for months. I kid you not. I know some of you eat different stuff every day, and I don’t intentionally stick to the … Continue reading

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Minty Fresh

*Shout to my Grandma for giving me her old tri-pod, which got its first job today with this crepe recipe. It’s SO nice to not to have to hold the camera steady as possible and delete tons of blurry pictures. … Continue reading

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Apricot Love

Gee, it’s been a long time since my last post. What can I say? I’ve been living– through the laughs, depression, full schedules, movie slumps, and more. I have been thinking about you, dear blog, I promise. I’ve been writing … Continue reading

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Gluten-Free and Vegan: Surviving on a Planned Tour

Recently I went on a trip to Washington DC and NYC with a school group. It was six days long, and every day was packed with sightseeing, monuments, and activities. Overall, it was a blast! Being gluten-free and vegan, I … Continue reading

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Fruit: Both Wild and Domestic

*First of all, thank you so much for the advice and inspiring words that were in response to me opening up about my ED. I feel so empowered by all of you, and I am going to conquer this, no … Continue reading

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