Saturday, May 26, 2012

Gem Elixirs....What are they?

Well, I am here to tell you that they do work. I used my Rose Quartz elixir on my radiation burns and it really did seem to help. The blisters healed pretty fast.

A Gem elixir is water infused with a certain crystal. It's all about INTENTIONS AND VIBRATIONS. Each crystal gives off a certain energy or vibration. If you place a crystal in Distilled or Sterile Water, then you can have a powerful elixir at your fingertips. But you need to be careful because there are some gems that are toxic. So if you have any questions, please feel free to visit my website. It will have a list of toxic gems. Rule of thumb, if it is bright or soft, don't put it water unless you are going to feed it to your plants.

My Divine Crystals

This is a link to Hibiscus Moon's Gem Elixir eKit. And guess what.....I am featured in this kit. Rose Quartz Gem Elixir, the one I mentioned above. Yes it is me. Soooo excited to be a part of this wonderful opportunity. In a book, which made me think that I could write my own as well. 

HOW I BEAT CANCER WITH A POSITIVE ATTITUDE.  It's about my Breast Cancer treatment, before, during and after. 

Thursday, May 24, 2012

Another New Venture

To all of my followers out there. Yes, you. You know who you are.......

I start my new NP position June 4, and start seeing patients on June 11. I am really excited, long story. But I will be joining Jim Love PA at Sebasticook Family Doctors  in the Pittsfield office.

I am home, for now. Busy. Getting the pool ready. there is only about 16 inches of water in it, but the kids have played in it the last 2 days. It is a soft side pool but with the posts. Same as last year. I just never got it down this past fall cause I was still having chemo. The energy wasn't there. So it sat in our yard all winter with about 2 or 3 inches of water, leaves, bugs, and yucky stuff till this past weekend.

I got in the pool with zach (after scooping out as much of the leaves and debris that I could) and we scrubbed the floor the walls, the whole inside of the pool. Rinsed down the sides and then Troy brought up our sump pump (well an extra one) and we pumped out the few inches of water and began filling it with fresh water.

Well, knee deep water is awesome. Our neighbor came over and he and Abby and Zach had a grand ole time. they were splashing around like it was the middle of summer. That water was cold but kids love cold water!! and such a relief after coming home from school. If it doesn't rain tomorrow, I am sure Abby will be in the pool when she gets home. She loves it in there. She spends most of her summer there when I am home.

I will continue to have Wednesdays off and weekends. though I will be taking call during the week on a rotating schedule.

Has anyone tried the pear muffins? Let me know. Either post to Facebook or write below on the comment box. thanks.


Saturday, May 12, 2012

Healthy Pear Muffins

Healthy Pear Muffins 
(from scratch)

1 stick of Butter
1 cup of Brown Sugar
1 egg
Dash of Vanilla
1 cup of Orange Juice

2 cups of Flour
2 cups of Dry Oatmeal
1 1/2 tsp of Baking Soda
Dash of Salt

3-4 Pears, diced
2 peeled Kiwis
Few Strawberries
Handful of Blueberries

Preheat oven to 350*.

Macerate the fruit. I used the microwave with 3 tblspoon of Splenda Sugar Mix. 1 minute. Then mash to consistency that you like, minimal for chunky muffins or a lot for less chunky muffins.

Melt butter, mix with brown sugar until blended. Add egg and mix. Add Vanilla. Add Juice (you can use any kind of juice). Mix well.

Add dry ingredients together and then slowly mix in the batter. Add fruit. May have to add a little extra flour and oats for texture. Fruit has its own juices and will make batter a bit loose. Firm it up to medium. (not like cookie dough).

Use oil or Spray Oil in muffin pan or loaf pan. for small to medium muffins cook 14-16 minutes or until done in the middle. Serve hot or cold.

They were yummy!!

You can use any kind of fruit that you want. Mash and add.

This is my recipe. Feel free to copy, give to friends, family etc.

They are very yummy, my husband ate 3 of them right out of the muffin pan. (He's picky)

Until my next post, Namaste.