Is it June Yet?

The fact that the azaleas are still blooming tells me June is here.

My husband keeps asking me what day is it, because one day seems to melt into another day. So I put a sign on the refrigerator yesterday that simply says: Today is Sunday. Being ensconced basically to our apartment most of the time (with respite now on our patio) lends itself to forgetting the time of day and the day of the week. But we never forget to eat!

However, during March and April I did not post many recipes, because I felt that the seriousness of the corona virus meant readers would not be interested in recipes. But then I realized a whole foods diet is an important part of staying healthy, so I will start to post recipes again at least once each week, even some I have posted before. I have been playing around with a faux mayonnaise from avocado, because regular mayonnaise is not my favorite condiment. I’ve made a coleslaw a few times and plan to post the recipe soon. Here is one I made with red & green cabbage that I callĀ  ……….

Calico Coleslaw.


During these last few weeks I have been doing a lot of reading. One of the best books I can suggest is The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz, which I plan to review this month. I think this book is helpful to understanding our feelings and those of others, especially during this uncertain time.


Reaching out to others via phone, email, and Zoom has become an important part of my new norm, so please feel free to email me with any questions about my website or suggestions you may have, or if you want to be a guest writer, email about that also. I find writing takes me away from my everyday issues and lets me focus on passing along helpful information for your good health. I hope I am succeeding.

Stay safe, ellensue

2 thoughts on “Is it June Yet?

  1. You’re doing great. Just not always enough time to read MuP.
    I read The Four Agreements some time ago, but don’t
    remember the content.

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