17 Shvat, 5778
I thoroughly enjoyed celebrating Tu B'Shvat with friends, and amusing Talmud study classmates with a relevant home made treat this week. Here's the gluten-free recipe, full of amounts that I used. But you can choose whatever seems appropriate to you the preparer (you choose how much to use of everything, depending on the size of the crowd you'll feed):
MORE arm power to roll the rounds
in shredded coconut
(it's a VERY messy recipe BTW).
Place the rounds in a freezeable container,
then store it on a freezer shelf.
Eat at will on hot, humid days when
you need a refresher, and whenever you wish.
Mind the calories. I'm a bit timid about calculating them!
Back to business:
I have been busy editing some more medical research documents, and learned fascinating information about solutions to uterine-preserving Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP) procedures, plus The Impact of Hymenectomy on Future Gynecological and Obstetrical Outcomes.
It is a pleasure and a privilege to work with experts who trust me to prepare their findings for publication.
It is an indescribable joy to know the information that I can share with people who need it as I pursue my life coaching of ill people.
I've been striving to help several people with a variety of health issues these past few weeks.
One of the best things that I can recommend is to anyone experiencing illness is to follow up on the need to refresh emotionally and physically drained realities. Cheer yourself on with motivating mottoes, posters and people.
Buy and read the E-book or print edition of EMPOWER Yourself to Cope with a Medical Challenge.
Face Your Medical Problems with Dignity. Face Your Future with Optimism.
Fill yourself with hope and strength.