This is just an honest assessment of myself. Do you ever do that? Think about yourself and how you feel about things, how you react to stuff? Do you wonder if your sensitive? Are you vain?
Last weekend while visiting our kids, I hurt my 8 year old’s feelings. We all know a grandma would never do such a thing on purpose. The truth is I am NOT sensitive. That may not be a true statement because I am sensitive after the fact. His mom asked him to tell me what I did that made him feel bad. He didn’t really want to do that but she wants him to be able to express how he feels about things (a good thing for a man to be able to do). I am sensitive about hurting his feelings, I wanted to cry myself. But, I am not sensitive when it comes to always knowing how my words make someone else feel. I didn’t realize when he told me he would miss his mom and dad if he came home with me and I said, “Oh poo,” that I was making him feel bad.
How about vanity? Are you vain? I don’t think I am very vain and if I am I think I will be cured. I have a big band-aide on my nose. Yup it really stands out. Not only that once the biopsy report comes back I will probably have stitches on my nose, won’t that be fine and dandy. Then, this fall it gets worse, I am going to have to put a cream on my face that will turn it bright red, this will peel away the top layer of my skin and get rid of the pre-cancer skin condition I have. Vanity, vanity, I hope this will cure any vanity I have.
If I were too vain don’t you think I would be successful at Weight Watchers? I know you have been holding your breath wondering how I am doing. WELL, I have not lost a pound. It’s not WW fault, it’s mine. What to do, I sure don’t want to gain back what I have lost. It’s a problem. I just called WW and canceled my membership.
Here’s what’s cookin’! From the same cookbook–30-day Diabetes Miracle Cookbook–I am telling you I love this cookbook it just has yummy recipes.
Linda B.’s Sesame Lettuce Wraps with Thai Peanut Sauce
1/2 tsp canola oil
2 1/4 tsp toasted sesame oil
1 Tbs. Soy Sauce
1 1/2 tsp McKay’s Chicken Broth–I did 2 Tbls.
1/2 Cup chopped onions fine
1 Tbs. honey
1 clove garlic, minced
pinch of cayenne pepper
2 Tbs. grated carrot lettuce leaves
1 pkg. drained water-packed extra firm tofu cubed into 1/4 inch cubes
1/2 Cup Morning star Farms Crumbles
3 green onions minced
Heat the oils in a skillet add the chopped onion, green onions, carrot, tofu cubes, and crumbles. Saute until the onion is tender, 3 to 4 minutes. Stir in the remaining ingredients, except the lettuce and cook until the tofu is a little brown. The recipe says 4-5 minutes I cooked it about 15 minutes. Place 1/4 cup in each lettuce leaf and drizzle with peanut sauce. This would be really good as a burrito. It is yummy. I will give you the peanut sauce tomorrow