Copy & Paste

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~ Once again I got to asking google questions. I was trying to remember why I got to clicking, but an answer isn’t coming to me. Then I was thinking about trying to recreate a story line to what I had started and I am no way feeling that thought.

~ My next thought was to just copy and paste, so that’s what I am going to do. This may or may not be an interesting storyline, because my mind is so full of other things. 

** Side Note: I am VERY Happy to say, “I am actually working on my book again and have just under 20,000 words to cut and I am NOT going to stop until it’s done.

 The main reason why I am Not focusing on any new storylines. I do have a few others I have started working on and will post when they are ready.  As for now it’s copy & paste time………………. 

{}Sadly, many American foods contain ingredients that have been linked with diseases and health conditions. While these foods are still the norm in the U.S., many countries have decided to take a pass and ban them.Aug 31, 2022

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Favorite American foods that are banned in other countries – MediaFeed

Why are some American foods banned in other countries?

Skittles, Pop-Tarts, Gatorade and those yummy Little Debbie’s products are banned in the European Union because contain dyes like yellow 5, yellow 6 and red 40. The EU banned these artificial colors after their scientific research indicated they could be harmful to health, especially to y nooung children.2 days ago

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Americans eat long list of food banned in other countries – WTHR

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What are the benefits? “Adding cinnamon to your water is not only hydrating and delicious, it can also supply an array of health benefits, such as: delivering antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anticancer properties, supporting heart health, lowering cholesterol, and potentially aiding in weight loss,” says Poon.Aug 1, 2021

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How long can you keep cinnamon sticks in water?  within 2 days

Refrigerate the leftover cinnamon water and consume within 2 days. We can make healthy energy drink at home by adding an apple to the stored cinnamon water. This should be consumed within a day.

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What happens if we drink cinnamon water daily?

One of the major benefits of cinnamon water is its ability to build body immunity. Rich in anti – inflammatory properties, it is a storehouse of polyphenols, proanthocyanidins and antioxidants which can be very useful in building the natural immunity wall of the body.Nov 16, 2020

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Does cinnamon water detox?  Cinnamon Water benefits: Cinnamon is a storehouse of rich nutrients that help you detox and benefit overall health.Oct 29, 2021

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Does cinnamon water reduce belly fat?

It helps you lose weight the easier way; and the best part is that it helps you melt belly fat first. Belly fat, which is linked to an increased risk of heart diseases, diabetes and some forms of cancer, is not easy to get rid of. But with honey and cinnamon you need not worry about that belly fat.Aug 8, 2018

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Weight Loss: Honey And Cinnamon Water 

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Can You Reuse Cinnamon Sticks? (Smart Uses + Storage Tips)

May 14, 2022 — Cinnamon sticks do not last long if stored in water because they will quickly grow mold. Mold can grow as quickly as 24-48 hours in water {}

I hope this wasn’t too boring. On a lighter thought. I have been drinking more water, because of a little cinnamon stick. The sun is finally up and I am going to go for a walk before I get to cutting my words…

BYE IV NOW, LD*

Short & Sweet

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Being Grateful for What You Have,  

Be Thankful for whatever that

Wasn’t meant for you,

Pray for Strength until you

Are Able to Set Your Dreams Free,

and Remember to Say,

“Thank You” for EVERYTHING…..

Bye IV Now, LD

More Protein

Today was the first time in two months I was able to go outside for a walk. I  would have been out longer, but there were so many dogs out.  I didn’t mind the ones on a leash, but the ones that weren’t. I am going back to what was said years ago, “ if you don’t have anything nice to say – don’t say anything at all”. I may have walked longer. Well, I am glad I got in an hour.  

I got to thinking about what my doctor had said about me eating more protein and I’m like “I eat two eggs every morning and at least one dish with chicken in it once a week”. I thought that was enough, but I guess I was wrong.  

I like eating mostly veggies and fruit. The thought of eating more meat had me making faces. Then I found myself asking a question or two. Here are a few suggestions I got from Google:                                                                                  

  1. Hemp Seeds (2 Tbsp) Protein: 9 g  Calories: 164 calories = Raw foodie fan and superfood expert David Wolfe says hemp seeds are one of his favorite high-protein mix-ins—and for good reason. In addition to protein, they’re high in iron, magnesium, and omega-3s. Bonus: These mild, slightly nutty seeds pair well with just about everything.
  2. Tahini (2 Tbsp)Protein: 5.2 g Calories: 188 = While this paste of ground sesame seeds is normally an ingredient in hummus, it can add a wonderful creaminess and a dose of healthy fat and protein to smoothies, says Rania Batayneh, MPH, author of The One One One Diet (published by Rodale, which also publishes Prevention). “It’s also a great alternative if you can’t have nut butters.” One of Batayneh’s favorite combos: Tahini, milk, dates, and a mix of spices like cardamom, cinnamon, and vanilla.
  3. Chia Seeds (2 Tbsp) Protein: 4.7 g Calories: 138 = Like hemp, protein-rich chia seeds can be added to any flavor imaginable. “These are crazy good for you,” says Kumai. “Just 2 Tbsp provides you with 40% of your daily value of fiber and five times the omega-3s of a quarter cup of walnuts.” Since they develop a gelatinous texture when added to liquids, they’re also a great way to thicken up a smoothie. 
  4. Pumpkin Seeds (2 Tbsp)Protein: 5 g Calories: 126 = Protein-rich pumpkin seeds are a favorite mix-in of Jennifer McDaniel, RD, spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. They’re also loaded with magnesium, a key nutrient for strong bones and optimal muscle functioning. For a richer, nuttier flavor, try roasting them. They’re great blended with pumpkin puree, milk, maple syrup, and cinnamon—basically, fall in a cup!
  5. Avocado (½ cup) Protein: 2.3 g Calories: 192 = Avocado’s combo of healthy fats and protein can keep you full for hours. People who included half an avocado in their lunch had a 40% decreased desire to eat over a three-hour period compared to their desire after a standard avocado-less lunch, according to a 2014 Nutrition Journal study. Masters recommends pairing it with unsweetened cocoa powder, milk, dates, and spinach for a healthier take on the chocolate shake.

I only like two out of five items on this short list. Well, who doesn’t like avocados and pumpkin seeds? I will have to go try adding a few of the other items into my diet. I went and bought a mixer, so I can make smoothies, and take more steps to becoming a better me…

Bye IV Now, LD*

A Relaxing Saturday…..

I decided on a lazy Saturday. I thought about going for a walk, but I was enjoying myself as I worked on my pastel blanket and watched an anime I had stopped watching for a short while.

I learned this pattern from Blossom Crochet……..

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Black Clover Manga series 

Description  Black Clover is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Yūki Tabata. The story centers around Asta, a young boy born without any magic power. This is unknown to the world he lives in because seemingly everyone has some sort of magic power. Wikipedia

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I did go to Louisiana, but it’s not completed yet. The sun has been gone for a while. I am going to continue to watch this anime series until I can no longer keep my eyes open. 

I am smiling, because I really enjoyed myself today. Tomorrow I will look into finding an e-commerce site to add to my blog, because I need to start selling all crochet items……

Bye IV Now, LD*

Jumble Words….

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I got this morning not really feeling anything, but I did give my ‘thanks for waking up, in my right mind, and somewhat healthy.’ Once my eyes were fully open and I saw the sun lighting the sky, I reached for my phone. I can remember when I would have reached for the remote control or to remove my cat from my person. (I never understood why they had to sleep on me)

Anyway, I noticed someone had liked something I wrote on my blog. I may not follow everyone who is following me or read everyone’s post more than once. Sorry, but I am going to work on changing that ‘me’ point of view. Not to get side-tracking, because I really want to add on, but we all know there is a reality when one isn’t online.  It doesn’t matter how nice you are, one can’t live without paying a bill or two and I just did what I said I wasn’t going to do.

Anyway, I clicked on “Conversation on finding and loving who I am,” and the word “Grateful,” along with a picture of a pen on top of a book caught my attention. Those words got me moving as I got through my morning cleaning, gathering my Bible, study book, as well as a book I bought more than 8 years ago. Along with my phone and a cup of hot water as I read on the patio,

I am not making any sense, because I am typing as I sometimes talk, which is way too fast. I am going to just make a list and maybe that will help clear up my jumble words.

  1. I don’t just want to read the Bible and think about what I have read. I wanted to write down what I got for the Word and even write down questions. I have gone through the Bible to find an answer for whatever question I may have had. I also get online, ask my church family and friends. 
  2. I have a patio where I could enjoy fresh air, see the beauty that is here, and the comfort of being able to go inside when needed.
  3. I always like drinking something hot when it’s a little cold. (Today it’s hot water as I read the Word. I am reading the book of Samuel)
  4. If I buy a book or get a positive book I will  read it to the end.

I bought this book eight or more years ago. It will no longer stay on a shelf taking up space, I will read something every day until I have read all 569 pages…

  1. NEVER GIVING INTO DOUBT ~ I KNOW  WHO I AM ~ NO FEAR!!!!

Service starts in thirty minutes, so I better get something to eat, and enjoy the Word online. My church is open and although I would like to go and be there in person. I am just NOT ready. There are a few people who have asked me to come, said they would come and pick me up, but they aren’t listening to me.

Some have said my faith isn’t strong, because I shouldn’t be fearful of getting a sickness when God’s Word is stronger. I am so tired of people telling me what I have and don’t have, because I know who I am and DO NOT have to explain anything to anyone.

I am listening to “Take Me to the King,” by Tamela Mann and every word is how I am feeling now..

And I am GOOD…..

Bye IV NOw, LD*