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beautifulpicturesofhealthyfood:

Cauliflower ‘Bread’ Sticks - To-die-for mock bread-sticks made with cauliflower that are low in calories, carbs and fat….RECIPE

INGREDIENTS:

1 head cauliflower, large (7” - 8” wide)

1/4 cup egg whites

1/2 cup + 3/4 cup (for topping, optional) Mozzarella/Tex Mex cheese, shredded

1 tsp Italian herb seasoning or any dried herbs like rosemary, basil, parsley

1/4 tsp freshly ground black pepper

Pinch of salt

Marinara sauce for dipping

Want please now?

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mossofthewoodsjewelry:

mossofthewoodsjewelry:

MOSS OF THE WOODS GIVEAWAY

It has been about one year since my last giveaway, and what a tumultuous year it’s been. In the past year, with the help of my amazing followers, friends, and customers at every step of the way, I’ve begun to eke out a small business I can safely say I’m proud of. I wanted to start this giveaway as a way of thanks to everyone.

This is a month long giveaway. Three winners will be selected via random drawings on Monday, September 15.

Winners will receive their choice of one pendant, selected by them. 
This pendant can either be selected from my shop, or we can work out a custom piece.

RULES:

  • Reblog this post to enter. Likes don’t count! Each reblog counts as an entry; reblog as much as you want! (But be conscientious of your followers, alright?) 
  • Must be following Moss of the Woods Jewelry on Tumblr at time of drawing. I will check!
  • Please, no junk blogs/giveaway blogs. Kindly, I ask you to be respectful of my time and my efforts.

 Thank you again! You’ve all made this past year one of the best of my life, and have helped me along in pursuing my dream. Here’s hoping for many more!

We’re at the halfway point with this giveaway!

Want to win soooo much.

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mossofthewoodsjewelry:

MOSS OF THE WOODS GIVEAWAY

It has been about one year since my last giveaway, and what a tumultuous year it’s been. In the past year, with the help of my amazing followers, friends, and customers at every step of the way, I’ve begun to eke out a small business I can safely say I’m proud of. I wanted to start this giveaway as a way of thanks to everyone.

This is a month long giveaway. Three winners will be selected via random drawings on Monday, September 15.

Winners will receive their choice of one pendant, selected by them. 
This pendant can either be selected from my shop, or we can work out a custom piece.

RULES:

  • Reblog this post to enter. Likes don’t count! Each reblog counts as an entry; reblog as much as you want! (But be conscientious of your followers, alright?) 
  • Must be following Moss of the Woods Jewelry on Tumblr at time of drawing. I will check!
  • Please, no junk blogs/giveaway blogs. Kindly, I ask you to be respectful of my time and my efforts.

 Thank you again! You’ve all made this past year one of the best of my life, and have helped me along in pursuing my dream. Here’s hoping for many more!

I love this jewelery. What a perfect gift for Christmas… Or ya know. Tuesday?

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humansofnewyork:

"He can tell you things that happened two or three years ago. He can tell you the five largest moons of Saturn, and the distance from the Earth to the Sun. He can recite songs word for word. But early on, we noticed that he’d get very emotional around loud noises— like a blow dryer or loud birthday parties. He’d also get overwhelmed around things in motion. He had a very bad experience in an inflatable jumper at a party. We noticed these things early, identified that he was on the autism spectrum, and got him in therapy. We’ve been working hard on it with intensive therapy from a very young age, and we’re so much better. We still have some issues, but I think we’re outgrowing the symptoms. I tell everyone who will listen: ‘Early intervention, early intervention, early intervention.’"


My experience with Caden, almost exactly.

humansofnewyork:

"He can tell you things that happened two or three years ago. He can tell you the five largest moons of Saturn, and the distance from the Earth to the Sun. He can recite songs word for word. But early on, we noticed that he’d get very emotional around loud noises— like a blow dryer or loud birthday parties. He’d also get overwhelmed around things in motion. He had a very bad experience in an inflatable jumper at a party. We noticed these things early, identified that he was on the autism spectrum, and got him in therapy. We’ve been working hard on it with intensive therapy from a very young age, and we’re so much better. We still have some issues, but I think we’re outgrowing the symptoms. I tell everyone who will listen: ‘Early intervention, early intervention, early intervention.’"

My experience with Caden, almost exactly.

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For the first time ever one of my kids asked about my tattoos. “A doctor did it?” Riker asked. “No. A very special person with a machine used needles to draw into my skin with ink,” I told him.

"Oh," he said. "Does it hurt?"
“Not anymore, now it’s just part of me.”

"Oh."

Back to chasing his sister.

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