Running an interpreting agency full time and being a healthy food blogger isn’t easy. My life is hard to keep up with; at times, I feel like I am racing to get back into touch with what’s really happening around me. Many people come in and out of my life because people cannot deal with the fact that I am so busy. Luckily, I have all of you that always care. Of course, I have my relationship with God which is above all else, but; I am still human and make tons of mistakes.
So many times, I forget to call people back and I forget to do all the things I was supposed to. Sometimes, I don’t do things right. Sometimes, I am just me. Many people don’t want to accept people for who they are anymore. I am tired of running around like a chicken with no head trying to make everything work out.
Today, I surrender it all to Him. I give it to Him because I have no other purpose in this life but for Him. I cannot make all friendships work and I cannot make every family member happy. I can’t change me to please them but change me to please You, God. I wish I could have it all my way but it’s really not.
Enough ranting and raving–enjoy these poodles. It’s worth every bite. xo
1 small sweet potato, spiralized Blade C
1/4 cup sun-dried tomatoes (in oil)
1/4 red onion, diced
drizzle of olive oil
Bill Bragg’s amino acids
1. watch this video –> How to Spiralize: Sweet Potato
2. now that you’ve watched that very informative video by the beautiful @Inspiralized, we can get to making noodles with your Spiralizer
3. dice onions, set aside
4. cut the ends of your potato + discard of them
5. if too large to fit the Spiralizer, cut in half
6. peel the skin off of your potato
7. prepare your Spiralizer + start making noodles or poodles (potato noodles) better said!
8. cut your noodles with a kitchen scissor to make them a nice length
9. in a large pan drizzled with olive oil, add your poodles + remaining ingredients
10. spray some aminos
11. toss a bit with tongs before removing from heat
12. serve in a nice bowl