Helen Beccaria’s Memorial and Estate fund I thought I knew what loss felt like, but I didn’t. I thought I knew what a broken heart felt like, but I didn’t. I thought I knew how to handle grief but I don’t. This is the first time in my adult life that I’ve lost someone so… Continue reading I wasn’t ready
Comfort food is always great, but comfort food made healthy is the best.
Today we attended a birthday party for a special friend of ours here in Puerto Rico. She loves Capoiera and decided to have a party at the school where she takes lessons; CFDAC- ABADA CAPOIERA. Capoiera has always been something I thought Lili would enjoy and boy was I right. For those who don’t know, Capoeira… Continue reading A taste of Brazil
Pintrest has become my go to app now that the keiki are home for the summer. Usually my pintrest finds are pretty awesome, not exactly what the pin describes but nevertheless pretty great. However, this past week has been a bunch of pintrest fails. One recipe after another was horrible, a crock pot chicken, a… Continue reading Pintrest fails
Last night I needed an indoor workout so I decided to create my own. It worked well and kept my heart rate up so I thought I’d share it.
Every year on March 17, the Irish and the Irish-at-heart across the globe observe St. Patrick’s Day. It all began as a religious feast day for the patron saint of Ireland and has become an international festival celebrating Irish culture with parades, dancing, special foods and a whole lot of green. I have to admit… Continue reading St. Paddy’s Day in Puerto Rico
Living in Puerto Rico its hard to find delicious Thai food. I was so happy to find this recipe on All Day I Dream About Food’ blog I mean look at her name of course we already have a ton in common. She loves food, I love food. She’s gluten free and so am I.… Continue reading Paleo Thai chicken zoodle soup