Einstein, I love his quotes. I do try to think of the world we live in as a safe place. That's my reason for not watching the news as it only makes me feel sad and angry at the world. I would rather not be angry. I rather stay positive, and as best as I can, spread joy and love to the world around me. In order to do this I need to stay healthy, hence I am reading the book "meals that Heal Inflammation" by Julie Daniluk, R. H. N., and it's where I got the quote from.
In my early 20's I was diagnosed with Crohn's disease. I am lucky because I have a mild case and my health has been good for the last 20 years.
Now, at 44 years of old, things have changes (as they always do). I find myself with joint pain, stomach pains and sluggishness. I am ready to get out of denial and face the hard truth; I need to eat food that agrees with my system, not only my taste buds and my emotions. The author, Julie Daniluk is from Toronto and has written a very concise, book that has me inspired to create positive changes in my relationship with food.
I am reading the book on the airplane to Gander, Newfoundland. Jay and I are heading off to another adventure where we will be going to a coast guard auxiliary conference as part of Jay's work. I have my ukulele with me and will be playing "I's da by" a Newfie song, in front of 150 people on Saturday night. I barely know the song so I have a lot of practicing to do! This is going to be a fun adventure. We are going to Fogo, Twilingate, and Morten's Harbour, just like the lyrics in the song: "Fogo, Twilingate, Morten's Harbour all around the circle". Apparently, this area has a very Irish feel to it 😊 I love adventures. Don't you?