Monthly Archives: August 2014

Good-bye, “Hungry Girl Eats”

Wow. It’s time. I started this blog when I was very, very hungry. I needed a lot of nourishment, and it had a lot less to do with food and eating than I ever suspected. The healing journey of the past year and a half has shown me much about myself, about my place in […]

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Quinoa Power Bowl

Hawea recently revisited her campaign for me to cook a little more, so you may be seeing a few more “interesting” dinner posts in days to come. Tonight’s effort was a “quinoa power bowl”. This was a mix of quinoa, ground beef (was supposed to be turkey), black beans, Roma tomato, red pepper, & some […]

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Iselle left her mark

Well, we made it through! Our neighborhood was well protected and the storm swept right on by. Friends, co-workers and acquaintances who live in the HPP/ Puna area didn’t fare so well. 😦 There are many pictures and videos circulating of the destruction – trees and power lines down, some damages to homes, etc. One […]

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Preparing for Iselle and Julio: The calm before the storm

There was an eerie sense of calm today as preparations for the hurricanes got underway. I headed out around 12:30 to pick up some basic supplies and the first thing I noticed was about triple the amount of cars on the roads. The stores were packed – no parking to be found – so I […]

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Grateful.

Just popping in to say I’m feeling really grateful. 🙂 Another week has come and gone and I’m feeling good and happy in my skin again. No longer fearful or mistrusting of my body, no longer waiting for the other shoe to drop. And no longer willing to believe there are limits on how much […]

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