Welcome to the blogger daily and I hope you will head over to check these posts out in more detail.
The first blog is from Carol Taylor who like most of us after the festive overindulgences, looks to get back to a more balanced diet. In her post she shares a wonderful recipe that fits in with that aim..
Time to start again…at this time of year most of our thoughts turn to our waistlines…There are no quick fixes though…they may work in the short term that is one thing I have learnt over the years…I have tried most quick fixes and now I have accepted that I can safely keep the pounds at bay by being sensible…by accepting that at certain times of the year I will indulge BUT I shelve the guilt and enjoy my indulgences and guilty pleasures but without the guilt…Hey, this is real life…
I have decided to repost my Healthy Eating posts with a few updates as my thoughts on eating and cooking have changed in some ways…
I will never be vegan or a full vegetarian HOWEVER I do believe that we should cut down on our meat consumption…I also love my veggies as do my family…We WILL be having a Meatless Monday in our house and one clever clog said oh we will be having fish then…with a smile as he ducked…haha…
Head over to find out more about meatless Monday and the recipe for Prawn(shrimp) stir fry with beansprouts: The first Tuesday of the New Year…2021…Carol Taylor
My next post is an interview by Joy Lennick of author Seumas Gallacher who shares his thoughts on various topics including writing, relaxing and bucket lists.
I pondered long and hard on the best way to introduce renowned author Seumas Gallacher, and the first word which came to mind was Charismatic (full of charisma and charm) and – as he calls me ‘m’Lady’ – thought it entirely apt and fitting.
Like most inhabitants of the planet, we can only fervently hope that 2021 is hugely improved on last year. Surely, from many viewpoints, there has never been a more tumultuous twelve months since World War II!
So, we can do no better than respect the obvious and kick-start the year with someone as interesting, capable, talented and entertaining as Seumas, who is known to many users of the internet and a myriad other souls scattered all over the planet, more especially those who read! Naturally, some folk know more about our author than others, so I’ll now switch to first person and ask Seumas some direct questions.
Me. Hi m’Lord. First off, the warmest welcome to my home in sunny Spain. Please make yourself comfortable. May I offer you a tipple, or would you prefer tea or coffee?
S. Diet Coke is my poison of choice, thanks, with ice – lemon not necessary…
Me. What is the most enduring memory you have of childhood, and where was it spent?
Head over to enjoy the rest of this interview with Joy and Seumas: Joy Lennick and Seumas Gallacher
The final post today is a short story from Pat Furstenberg with a wonderful history note on the background to some incredible horses.
Dacian Horses of Bronze Age
Dacian Horses of Bronze Age is part of the 100 words story series and is a tale inspired by the taming of the first free horses that roamed Transylvania’s lands, in Romania.
Discover more about the Dacian horses at the end of this narrative, as well as some horse-related folklore from Romania.
Stories of white shadows chasing soundlessly over the land at first light were as old as hills.
Tales, never witnesses.
Read the rest of this lovely 100 word story and the background to the horses: Dacian Horses short story and background by Pat Furstenberg
Thanks for dropping in today and I hope you will head over to read the posts in full.. thanks Sally.