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Josh chimes in with: What is your spirit animal?
Haha never even thought of spirit animals until now. I took an online quiz and it says I’m a crow and here’s what the quiz has to say about crows
The crow is a spirit animal associated with life mysteries and magic. The power of this bird as totem and spirit guide is provide insight and means of supporting intentions. Sign of luck, it is also associated with the archetype of the trickster; be aware of deceiving appearances. If the crow has chosen you as your spirit or totem animal, it supports you in developing the power of sight, transformation, and connection with life’s magic.
Interesting. I may have to read into the trickster archetype. Down into the rabbit hole, I go. I generally, don’t believe in things like this as for years I thought I was a rabbit. So growing up I was influenced to act shy reserved etc..traits of a rabbit. Turns out Chinese Years are different and my actual year is the Year of the tiger. Tigers are somewhat of an opposite of rabbits. So yeah these things are interesting to me but these days I take it with a grain of salt =)
Heres the link to the quiz I took if you are interested in taking it yourself.
Thanks again for the question Josh!
Check out Josh’s latest blog post below! He writes on how adults today seem to have lost touch with their inner child. An interesting read to with the idea of” growing back down”
Welcome Carlene to the Q&A and thanks for chiming in!
Carlene asks: What are you grateful for?
Haha, in short everything. Let’s see I’ll focus on blogging. I’m grateful for the readers that visit the blog, for the interaction between other bloggers. This hobby has brought me great joy in life and continues to open many doors for me. Before the blog If you asked me if I would ever think of trying to write a comic strip or create a podcast. The answer would have been something along the lines of……What me? No way, Why? ( Yes, I always ask why outside of the blog 😉 ) So Yeah I’m grateful for the XP gained by blogging.
Thanks for the question Carlene! You brought some good vibes in to start off my day!
Check out Carlene’s latest blog post, a commentary and reflection on the uncertain times we face with the landfall of Hurricane Irma & Harvey.
And one from me,
What is your go-to dish? Your one meal you whip up because it’s easy or your favorite.
I only have one, and its the one thing I can make that my wife actually likes. Filipino Chicken Adobo. The secret is you make it with a BBQ sauce. ( Big Thank you to my co-worker that told me the thing I’ve been missing all along. )
Heres a recipe if you’re interested. It’s quick easy and tasty. My kind of meal.
- 4 to 5 pounds chicken thighs.
- 1/4 cup white vinegar.
- 1/2 cup soy sauce.
- 4 cloves garlic, crushed.
- 1 teaspoon black peppercorns.
- 3 bay leaves.
- Any sweet BBQ sauce I’d say about 1/4 of a cup. I dunno I just eyeballed it.
- Steamed rice, for serving.
What you want to do is lightly brown the chicken first with garlic, pepper, and sugar. Then add your vinegar, soy sauce and bbq sauce. Mix and Allow to simmer until most of the liquid evaporates. Then BAM. Chicken Adobo.
^^ Thats the first time In my life I’ve ever tried to explain cooking a dish. Uh-oh the idea of trying to write a cookbook?? ( Hahaha Nah..No..way…Maybe? )
Till Next time!