Monthly Archives: January, 2012
Click here to see VIDEO Deaf Weight Wise – Let’s do it for Ourselves! Get an early start on your New Year’s Resolution by finding out more about Deaf Weight Wise! Deaf Weight Wise is a healthy lifestyle research project for adults 40-70 years old who are overweight or obese. The study is 2 years […]
Here is the link for the schedule of Events for the month of February 2012. You can also see the same schedule on RRCD website : www.rochesterdeafclub.com.
WHAT: Wacky Hats Fashion Show-Create your own hat! ADMISSION: $20 PURPOSE: Fundraising for DWR to help Deaf Women for Professional Education Leadership Training Advocacy Grant (PELTAG) WHEN: Sat., March 24th from 1-4 pm WHERE: Burgundy Basin, 1361 Marsh Road, Pittsford, New York 14534 To See Flyer FHats’ fashion show To See registration-contest flyers
Laurene Simm: DC Area Black Deaf AdvocatesPresents DEAF AMERICA’s GOT TALENT Andrew Foster Auditorium, Gallaudet University Campus Friday, March 2, 2012 at 7:00 pm Prizes: 1st Place =$200 2nd Place = $100 3rd Place =$50 For more Information & Audition, contact Chair Dorian Fletcher Download flyer and Audition Form: (PDF format): www.dcdeaf.org/flyer/DCABDA-TALENT.pdf Proceeds will […]
Hello everyone! Please join us at the Coventry Village Library in Cleveland Heights for our ongoing Deaf Film Series. Our next showing will be: Thursday, February 2nd at 6:45pm. We will be showing: “The Heart of The Hydrogen Jukebox.” “The Heart of the Hydrogen Jukebox is a documentary film by Miriam Nathan with Don Feigel that traces […]
New Jersey Association of the Deaf, Inc. Saturday, February 4, 2012 at East Brunswick Public Library 2 Jean Walling Civic Center East Brunswick NJ 08816 1. Roundtable Discussion at 10 am, please arrive at 9:30-9:45 am 2. Cupcake Wars Contest at 1 pm Lunch will be served at 12:45 pm 3. Project Endeavor Workshop at […]
New Jersey Association of the Deaf, Inc. Project Endeavor Workshop Saturday, February 4, 2012 Click here NJAD_Newsletter_Flyer
Diverse Deaf Club of New Jersey, Inc. DINGO and 2012 Super Bowl Saturday, February 4, 2012 at Our Lady of Peace Catholic Church 1740 Route 130, North Brunswick NJ 08902 Door Open at 5 pm, no early-bird, please! Admission: Member $10 Non-Member $12 We sell plain pizza at $2 each and pepperoni pizza at $2.50 […]
Hello Friends, Please spread the words/email to your friends, family or your work. My house will having “Moving Sale” on February 4th Saturday from 9am to 4pm. Come and See and Buy. My house address is 253 English Road in Greece between Mt. Read Blvd. and Dewey Avenue. Here is the list: see below Thanks, Tom “Gene” […]
Upcoming Poker Tournament on March 3, 2012 See POKER link for more information or download flyer. – RRCD 1564 Lyell Ave Rochester, NY 14606 Please check our calendar. www.RochesterDeafClub.com
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When we lived in California my husband and I had two bamboo plants – one on our coffee table and one in our kitchen. We had an indoor ivy plant above a corner piece in the living room. And we had a peace lily in a large flowerpot by our front door.
We enjoyed our plants. They livened up our space and added a splash of color.
We even named them: Lucky, Frogger, Stan and Lily.
But we weren’t very organized about feeding them. Half the time we presumed the other person had watered them when in reality neither of us had (we’d check and then panic because their soil was extra dry). Other times we assumed the other person had forgotten to take care of the plants, so we’d both wind up watering them and then over-saturating their soil.
We had a confusing schedule with our dog too. Some days we decided to give her one scoop of food in the morning and another scoop at night. Other days we decide to give her nothing in the morning and two scoops at night. And everyday we’d have a discussion about who fed her, when we fed her, and whether she needed to be fed again. When we moved from California we gave our plants away but kept the dog. Our daily discussions over the feeding routine of our adorable mutt have continued.
We’ve often said to each other: “We need to come up with one schedule for the plants/pets and stick to it.” But no plan we thought of worked very well. Right about the time I was making the switch to Clean Eating. I read an article that suggested feeding your pets and plants before you prepare your own meals.
In other words, serve others before serving yourself.
What a great idea. After all, when I was growing up the golden rule at the dinner table was Offer the food dishes to others before taking it yourself. One summer I worked at a camp where we actually served the person to our right – I would put a piece of chicken, a spoon of broccoli, and a roll on my neighbor’s plate. Then that person would serve the person to her right, and so on…
Feeding pets and plants before meals would not only keep all the living creatures in our household on a regular schedule, it would help us transition into the intention of mindful eating. By stepping back and taking care of the needs of others first, we are reminded of how much has been given to us: our health, our bodies, and the food we are about to put inside it.
Peace & Blessings.
I’m at the BlogHer conference in downtown Chicago mingling with 800 other women (promise I’ll link to some great food and yoga blogs once I process all the info that’s pouring into my brain).
The first day, I decided to get some exercise by walking from the train station to the conference center. I was wearing sandals and carrying a heavy laptop bag. I got lost. One hour and five blisters later, I finally arrived. I was smart enough to take a cab back to the train station that night, but once I made it to the suburbs (where I’m staying with a friend) I had to walk another mile to their house. My friend’s husband, Brad, was with me, and he watched as I limped and cringed.
“Ow, ow, ow,” I said as my sandals rubbed against my blisters.
I slipped off my shoes.
“Ow, ow, ow,” I said again as the sharp little pebbles on the roads and sidewalks cut my feet.
“You’re a yoga blogger!” Brad said.
“What does that have to do with anything?” I asked.
“Some yogis walk over hot coals and stuff,” he pointed out.
Now that he mentioned it, I did recall reading a passage in a book about firewalking at a yoga retreat. Although none of the yoga classes I’ve attended have involved hot coals, we do practice in bare feet. Still, smooth wood floors and soft sticky mats may help strengthen my soul, but they don’t sturdy up the skin on my soles.
Walking home that night, I stepped off the sidewalk and onto the grass. It was long and cool and damp. It cushioned my bare feet and brushed in between my toes. I completely forgot about my blisters as I focused on how nice it felt to observe the world through from the bottom up. It had been a long time since I’ve walked barefoot in the grass.
How often do we take time to feel the crunch of leaves or the slick slime of moss or the powder puffs of dirt through our feet and toes? Not to mention walking barefoot is gentle on the planet. I think I will start taking off my shoes more often, especially outside.
As quoted on this website, Sitting Bull said: “Healthy feet can hear the very heart of Mother Earth.”
I’m debating what to do about Halloween.
I loved dressing up and collecting candy as a kid. But as an adult – and someone with a growing awareness of our country’s health crisis – I don’t want to encourage the consumption of sugar, high fructose corn syrup, artificial flavorings…you get the idea.
I could hand out boxes of raisins, but I hated that as a child.
I could hand out toothbrushes, but again, that’s no fun.
I could bake something – treats using crispy brown rice cereal and natural peanut butter – but I know homemade goods would get thrown out by vigilant parents.
I have a friend who has her kids put their loot in a pile before bed. During the night the Great Pumpkin comes and Poof! their candy is turned into little games and trinkets from the dollar store. I also know a dentist who gives money in exchange for the kids who turn in their candy.
I was reading a recent issue of Body & Soul magazine and saw a small article on fair trade. Most chocolate, the article said, is exported from the Ivory Coast where kids aren’t going to school because they’re working on cocoa farms to help with family income. Buying fair trade products ensures that the money goes directly to the farmers and their communities instead of all the middlemen. And it just so happens that you can buy individually wrapped pieces of fair trade dark chocolate (according to some studies, dark chocolate does have a few health benefits).
Click here for a link to the article and a list of the companies.
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