It’s just pretty. Photos by me and my camera.
MY NOTE: YOU CAN USE ANY KIND OF MUSHROOMS – WE USED WHITE BUTTON MUSHROOMS THE FIRST TIME.
FROM FORKS OVER KNIVES: "STIR FRYING IS AN ASIAN TECHNIQUE FOR COOKING MEAT AND VEGETABLES QUICKLY
SO THAT THEY RETAIN THEIR TEXTURE AND FLAVOR. IN THIS RECIPE YOU CAN BE
CREATIVE AND SUBSTITUTE OTHER VEGETABLES, SUCH AS SNOW PEAS AND FRESH,
THINLY SLICED CARROTS, FOR THE ASPARAGUS."
Roasted vegetables – made without oil — just some seasoning. I used basil, salt, pepper and a little garlic powder. Turned out to be a delicious meal!
I am quite smitten with these last, lingering days of summer
The sunny breezes and green, green grasses
And the incredible blue of the blue, blue skies
With soft and textured and many-layered clouds
and all the impossibly gorgeous colors
It could make a person wax poetic
if one knew how to wax that way
So, anyway……I got a tetanus shot booster three days ago and my arm has been hurting ever since! Finally hurting less and I now have hope that it will stop hurting very soon. Also have been feeling a little achy/fevery and a lot tired – maybe related, maybe not. I don’t know if I’ll ever get another one. I bet if you got a deep wound of some kind they’d end up giving you the shot again anyway. Ah, well, maybe it’s all worth it.
How this relates to the flower pictured here, I cannot say. Maybe it’s a reminder of the cycles of life and this too shall pass and stuff like that. Yeah, that’s it!
While driving to the Riviera Theater
in Three Rivers, Michigan,
Stumbled upon these amazing clouds
Can’t do them justice
but compelled to try