I see you, I touch you and am reassured.
Regal and powerful, I am magical.
Can you ease my pain?
I am yours at this moment, please make my world ok.
Hungry heart, I am unsure.
Don’t cross me, I forget then remember.
Where are you? I am not ok. Leave me alone.
I am thinking. I am not sure about this place, this world.
I am tired but see you and I am ok again.
I look in your eyes, feel your touch and hear your soft voice in my ear.
All is ok.
I can sleep now.
I am fearless. Running, running across the field.
Flying, flying, I am sure I can fly.
I am free, I meet the wind.
I am free. Can you see me?
I am free. I am sure. I am free.
I remember now. I remember you.
This is a simple dish, brown lentils, caramelized onions, brown rice with a little cumin and salt. I ended up putting a spoonful of Tzatziki on top. As I recover from a terrible sickness, this is my 1st homemade healing meal. You can find the recipe on Kayln’s Kitchen. I used long grain brown rice instead of white rice to make it healthier.
It was one year ago today that you left us. I can’t believe this much time has passed already. You were a wonderful loving dog who taught us SO much, saw us through some dark times, and showed us what unconditional love looks like.
A few months ago, we met Watson. I think you may know this, because I am pretty sure you sent him to us. He needed a family and we needed him. Words cannot describe how amazing he is. Of course, he can never replace you – but I am pretty sure you knew what you were doing when you chose him. We met many other dogs – but when we saw Watson, we knew he was going to adopt us. Both you and Watson show us the healing power of love – and I am so grateful to have you both in my life.
I love beets. I love oranges. I really love Feta. This salad seemed to be an obvious choice! In my version, I roasted the beets with rosemary, sea salt, pepper, and olive oil. I also added a tiny bit of Shallots to the dressing, and used Pino Grigio vinegar.