Earlier, the sky was a clear kind of blue that floods the soul with happy, happy feelings. Now, the rain clouds have descended upon Craig Old Road. It isn’t a storm but it isn’t quite the sort of early evening calm that usually greets us at this time of day. Nani sits in her usual spot on the couch, the neighbours are quarreling about the … Continue reading An Independence Conversation with Nani
Fluffs of grey and white clouds are brilliantly back lit by the afternoon sun here in Craig. And me, I’m standing in my backyard looking longingly up, up, up at some coconuts. Frosty coconut water…mmmmm…yum! The coconuts! Sharing a quick moment with you while I’m on the go. Sara. Continue reading Coconut Water!
Roasting the halves of a dried coconut. Nani always tells me that the people from her generation are still alive because of the natural, healthy foods they grew up eating. As a child, I hated brown rice with a passion but if it came with some dhal and coconut choka then I’d eat it no complaints. In fact, this morning nani and I decided to … Continue reading Coconut Choka!
When I’ve got heavy stuff on my mind, I just think about what I can bake. Baking is good for the soul; it keeps me focused and calm. It seems like nani and I were on the same wavelength tonight. She started mixing the bread and I jumped right in and took over. These days I’m really trying to adapt healthy eating habits so it’s … Continue reading Baking is good for the soul?
So grumble as I may, she won’t let me weedle out of breakfast. I settled for her version of a small portion. Moderation is the key I guess. Well, enjoy breakfast! The infamous chick-peas and wings Sharing a quick moment with you while I’m on the go. Sara. Continue reading Eat Lil Bit, Live Long