Like all the seasons, summer has a tendency to slip away when you're not paying attention.
One moment you're gulping lemonade and wiping away the sweat clinging to every nook and cranny, and the next you're donning a bulky sweater and sipping hot tea on blustery autumn mornings.
A slew of infinitesimal moments woven together like an ornate tapestry. Looking back, the overall pattern stands out, while all the stitches blend together.
Live in the present as much as possible. Sweep away unnecessary thoughts of past and future. Dwell in the now. Enjoy the season.
Notes & Tips
Want to learn more about pastured eggs and why I recommend them? Read my post Why You Should Only Eat Pastured Eggs + Unraveling the Real Meanings Behind Egg Carton Labels.
Never used turmeric before? This colorful spice has been shown in recent studies to have anti-inflammatory properties, amongst other benefits. Read more here.
To make this vegan friendly, omit the pastured eggs and substitute homemade beans, such as garbanzo or black beans.
|A summer sunset on White Rock Lake. It's only a stone's throw away from my apartment.|
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