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My pleasant distraction, lately, has been cooking. I forgot how just getting in the kitchen and cooking a healthy meal can lift my spirits.  Time to take just for myself. Here is a soup recipe both healthy and simple. Enjoy this soup on a cold Winter day. 

 

Easy Chicken Vegetable Soup

4-6 Cups Chicken Broth

2 Cups Boneless Chicken Breast (diced)

4 Large Carrots (sliced)

4 Celery Sticks (sliced)  

2 Tablespoons Basil (Dried or fresh     chopped)

1 Small Onion (Chopped)

3-4 Tablespoons Butter

Salt and Pepper as needed

 

In a large pot melt butter. Add onions, basil, salt and pepper.

Cook and stir on medium heat until onions are slightly soft or translucent. Add diced chicken breast and cook 3-5 minutes adding salt and pepper for seasoning of chicken as needed. Add celery and carrots and broth. Continue cooking until chicken is well done and carrots and celery are tender. 

 

1/23/2020

My Pleasant Distraction
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Valentines Day is just around the corner. I have many people that I want to remember on Valentines Day (not just my spouse)

Some of my loved ones live far away and I dont want to send gifts or cards to all of them, as that can get costly. Instead, I discovered websites that have free ecards that you can send through email. 

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Valentines Day Is February 14th.

12/24/2020

I am thankful for taking the initiative to create this website. Had I not, I would not have met all my wonderful friends, who call me to get a psychic reading. Thank you everyone for your support. 

Seeking guideance is only part of the process of creating positive change in our lives. Guideance without action is a partial result. Taking action is what leads to change and productivity in our lives. Focus on the positive. 

 

 

We Are Powerful Creators

02/19/2020

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Hold onto hope everyday. The future can only get better. Covid-19 Will not defeat us. Thank you to all the doctors, nurses, first responders, police officers and many more that have helped us get through this pandemic.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thank You

5/03/2020

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