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Falling Into the Pulsation of Autumn

Put your sweater on, take it off, then put it back on again.  Close the windows upon rising in the morning, then open them back again.  That’s the pulsation that takes us from summer to fall.  That sweet period of transition from hot and humid to dry and crisp.  From fresh…
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Museum of Negativity

Joy is the abundant gift of life.  Yet, I was reminded this week-end of the 8th anniversary of 9/11.  I recalled the intense shock and despair felt by our country.  A few months ago, a dear friend lost her job and another friend lost his.  A month ago, I lost…
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Mantra – Delightful & Delicious…

….and did I mention Indian?  On a fluke, I signed up for www.BuyWithMe.com and bought $50 worth of food for $20 at Mantra Restaurant on Temple Place in Boston.  It’s tucked just outside Downtown Crossing and our experience was phenomenal.  Take cash for valet parking – if you forget, an…
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Chrysalis – A Boy and a Butterfly

One day a boy found the cocoon of a butterfly and a small opening appeared. He sat and watched it for a very long time as it struggled to force its way through a tiny opening. All of the sudden it stopped, appearing to have gotten as far as it could…
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Variety – the Spice of a Diabetes Diet

This beautiful open-air market in Ecuador (photo from a friend) reminds me of the kinds of foods we should eat to prevent diabetes.  And, for those with diabetes, as a method of achieving healthy blood sugar.  Avocado, peaches, star fruit, bananas, mango, plums and pineapple – what a fruit salad that…
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