One Lovely Blog Award

Thank you, Brenda Fraser

One lovely blog award

 A.) Thank you to  for nominating me. I have only recently discovered your blog but feel we are kindred spirits. I look forward to your inspirational writing. You write things that are encouraging reminders to me. It is such an honor to be rcognized by someone like you. It made my day a bit brighter.

B.)  Give 7 random facts about yourself

1~ I have never married.

2~ My first album was “The Monkees.”

3~ I am supposedly descended from George Washington.

4~ I ask “Why?” a lot.

5~I have a couple of pairs of really sexy stilettos I have never worn because they hurt my feet.

6~ I love hand blown glass.

7~ My theater teacher in college was one of Dean Martins Gold Diggers, the other was a munchkin in “The Wizard of Oz.”

C.)  Nominate 15 blogs

I don’t know if you all like awards, and some of you already have this award but they are my nominations. I love all my wordpress blogger friends. If I follow you, I read and or view you. Much love.


Day Dreamer Award

Thank you,wannabearchietect

Thank you so much to for nominating me.  I do not know the name of this lovely young woman, here at wordpress she is known as wannabearchitect, a word I always have a hard time spelling. We have only recently met yet; this creative and talented young woman has chosen to nominate me for the Day Dreamer Award. In elementary school the teachers gave me high marks in day dreaming, so now I have achieved their expectations. (Cat that ate the canary grin) Thank you again, I am flattered and honored by the sweet things you said, and the nomination.


1)      Upon receipt of this award, you are to take mental vacation for five minutes. (Gaze off into space, look out of  the window, have yourself a wonderful day dream..)

2)      When you have returned from your day dream, you are required to take another one tomorrow.

3)      Lather, Rinse, Repeat.

4)      Award this to three (3) people. You can only pass on this award to three (3) people only.





Celery Juice

Celery Juice is rich in both potassium and sodium, and the following recipes make lovely sweet salty drinks which hit the spot if you’re feeling thirsty.

Celery Juice Recipe with Apples, Broccoli, and Lemon

Delicious mixed with raw apple juice.

Celery Juice Recipes


  • 3 stalks of celery
  • 3 apples
  • 1 stem broccoli (optional)
  • 1/2 lemon (optional)


  1. Wash the fruit and vegetables using water and a stiff vegetable brush. Keep the leaves on the celery.
  2. Core the apples.
  3. Cut the peel off the lemon – some people like to leave this on but I find this makes the juice too bitter.
  4. Slice the fruit and vegetables to fit your juicer.
  5. Juice and enjoy.

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Kidney Cleanse

Kidney Cleanse

Years pass by and our kidneys are filtering the blood by removing salt, poison and any unwanted entering our body. With time, the salt accumulates and this needs to undergo cleaning treatments and how are we going to overcome this?

It is very easy, first take a bunch of parsley (MALLI Leaves) and wash it clean

Then cut it in small pieces and put it in a pot and pour clean water and boil it for ten minutes and let it cool down and then filter it and pour in a clean bottle and keep it inside refrigerator to cool.

Drink one glass daily and you will notice all salt and other accumulated poison coming out of your kidney by urination also you will be able to notice the difference which you never felt before.

Parsley is known as best cleaning treatment for kidneys and it is natural!

 Celery Cinnamon Juice

Juice IT Recipe:

Try this for sugar cravings & it’s simple.

Celery juice helps balance out the sweetness of this juice while providing electrolytes and alkalizing minerals, as well as helping to reduce sugar cravings. Also; cinnamon contains compounds that help regulate blood sugar. Stable blood sugar = less sugar cravings.


2 apples

8 stalks celery

Dash of cinnamon

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Coconut Water

Coconut water! For all you coconuts out there.

For more than 4,000 years, coconut water has been revered as a natural source of nutrition, wellness, beauty and hydration. In times of famine and war, coconut water has been used as an intravenous fluid and saved many lives. It’s the only natural substance that can be safely injected into the human blood stream. Now modern science has validated its effectiveness, especially as a natural sports drink.

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Avocado hands down is one of my favorite foods. I just love them. Love, love, love….do the happy dance. Avocados are also nutritious. They’re high in healthy fats, potassium, and vitamins B, E, and K. And if you use whole wheat bread for the toast, it’s a great way to provide whole grains.

This is Avocado on toast. Put it on some toasted Sesame Ezekiel Bread, add some greens; watercress, cilantro, spinach, a nice tomato or salsa. Just make to your taste. Such a nice summer food. Yummy! I miss Southern California for this reason. Avocado’s were plentiful and affordable.

Prevent Berries From Mold

Rinse Berries in a Vinegar Solution to Keep Them Fresh Longer and Mold-Free

It’s pretty disappointing to come home with fresh, scrumptious berries only to find them rotting and covered in mold just a few days later. Cook’s Illustrated says a little vinegar solution can keep that fuzzy mold off your delicate berries and extend their life.

The vinegar and water solution destroys bacteria and mold spores, helping the berries last longer. Here are the instructions for the best way to wash, dry, and store berries:


1. Wash berries in bowl with 3 cups water mixed with 1 cup white vinegar. Drain in colander and rinse under running water.

2. Place berries in salad spinner lined with 3 layers of paper towels. Spin for 15 seconds or until berries are completely dry.

3. Store berries in paper towel-lined sealable container, keeping lid slightly open to allow excess moisture to escape.


Alternately, you could just dunk berries in hot water to give them a few extra days of mold-free life, but the vinegar rinse might be more effective. Reddit user am4zon reports that using a vinegar rinse helps raspberries last a week or more and strawberries almost two weeks.


If you have any fresh produce hacks of your own, share them with us in the comments.


Caring for Berries | Cook’s Illustrated


Photo by Dan McKay