I want to make sure and get this newsletter out to you all before the last minutes of before-work time pass, so I will be unusually brief. Yesterday was the celebration of Holi at the Hillsborough Krishna Temple. It was a happy day for me. I have had a fair share of tragedy in my life, and it was interesting to me to note how it took some internal work for me to just be in that happy moment without fast-forwarding to the point when "this too will pass." In times of sorrow or
Before I forget and start talking about current events or the inner workings of my mind, I want to make sure and tell you where we will be the rest of this month: This Wednesday of course, we will be at Triangle Yoga and our other regular pick up points.
This Saturday, March 25th, we will be at the Carrboro Farmers' Market from 9 - 12 pm. We will be offering selections from this week's menu, namely the Succotash Stew, Dirty Rice, and Sweet Potato Pie. Additionally we will
We are back in action with a "Save the Date kind of email. For those of you who did not place an order last week, let me fill you in. I had the opportunity last week to experience that old saying that "First you tell God your plans, and then He laughs." After I diligently put together last week's newsletter and sent it off, my son was diagnosed with a good, strong case of the flu. Despite my valiant attempts to stave it off, I was delirious with fever by that night. There was
Some weeks back I took the family out for dinner at the Spotted Dog in Carrboro, with the intention of writing a review for you all. Many things happened in between then and now that took precedence on the newsletter theme, yet now I feel like the time is right to tell you about this little gem of a restaurant. If we were all sitting here together I would start by asking for a show of hands as to who has already been to the Spotted Dog. Being that the number of comparable veg