“In prayer, it is better to have heart without words, than words without heart.” John Bunyan Puritan Minister and Writer (1628-1688)
Here are 2 different recipes for spiced tea. It is so yummy! Enjoy! feefee Delicious Hot Weather Recipe: Iced Spice Tea Posted by Monica Puri Bangia | Under Drink Wednesday Jun 3, 2009 A close friend from college is taking a hiatus from work and so I have been spending a lot of time with her. She and I are both into food so we try out lots of restaurants in the area or go to our favorites. We have been meeting for lunch almost daily if not a few times a week. Our favorite places are mostly in Edison- the Indian area- we tend to eat the street foods we miss so much that tend to assault the palette- spicy, sweet and savory, all at once. Recently we went to an Ethiopian restaurant in the area and had a fabulous lunch! We ordered some vegetables and a spicy salmon dish- it was really good. It was a warm day and we saw something called spice tea on the menu- served hot or cold. …
Sgt. Stubby fought in 17 battles in WWI. He was in the trenches in France for 18 months, survived being gassed and went on to warn his unit of incoming gas attacks and artillery shelling; he located wounded soldiers, and helped capture a German spy. After the war, he was the Georgetown Hoyas’ mascot.
This video is amazing. Check it out! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-HJTG6RRN4E
this is gwenyth paltrow’s yoga studio at her home. There is a teeny tiny dog in a teeny tiny bed between the bed and the dresser! :) ruffles!!!!
the paint is by behr “squirrel” lovely lamp loving the wall color.
a small but oh so lovely bar behind pretty silky curtains.
Time to empty out a folder I’ve had going for a while. I call it the” Misc, stairs, foyers, hallways Folder.” Enjoy…. cute bar pink! a nice looking dorm room
Callas herself did not like the sound of her own voice; in one of her last interviews, answering whether or not she was able to listen to her own voice, she replies, Yes, but I don’t like it. I have to do it, but I don’t like it at all because I don’t like the kind of voice I have. I really hate listening to myself! The first time I listened to a recording of my singing was when we were recording San Giovanni Battista by Stardella in a church in Perugia in 1949. They made me listen to the tape and I cried my eyes out. I wanted to stop everything, to give up singing… Also now even though I don’t like my voice, I’ve become able to accept it and to be detached and objective about it so I can say, “Oh, that was really well sung,” or “It was nearly perfect.” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_PVyld0ubpo Sasha Pivovarova as Maria Callas for Miles Aldrich: