May Cause Miracles

May Cause Miracles

Coffee With Kay

A great start to a great day! I began reading one of the books I picked up over the weekend: May Cause Miracles by Gabrielle Bernstein. The book has come to my attention twice in the past week, so I figured that was a “clue”—and also a simple way to add something positive to my morning routine! I’m pretty sure that I met Gabrielle at an event I attended in Orlando, Florida back in 2009 when she was launching her first book—it was just about to come out at that time and she was radiating positive energy. She outlines 40 days of little positive shifts we can make to improve out lives. The assignment for today, Day 1, is to be aware of where “fear” comes up throughout our day. Fear holds us back. She suggests noticing fear and to be willing to replace fear with love. Later in the day I was on a call with someone who is helping me with my business strategies, and he challenged (and frustrated) me. He asked me to step back and look at things, suggesting I may be headed in the wrong direction and need a “bigger and more clear vision of what I want to create and what my website/s should do. For the rest of the day I pondered this, and noticed where fear was coming up and might be keeping me from my highest potential. Could it be I’ve been playing small for a long-long time and, really, I don’t have to, and it doesn’t serve anyone? Food for thought.


To start the day I tried out my new recipe for Sausage Patties along with a scrambled egg with two additional egg whites. I decided to use an apple I had on hand, diced it and added dried cranberries, the juice from 1/4 an orange and fried them in the skillet, adding cinnamon to taste. I had of the apple mix to save a second serving for tomorrow.

Where are the macros in this meal? Protein: Pork sausage & Egg Whites; Fat: Sausage & Egg Yolk; Carbohydrate: Apple, cranberries & orange juice.


Lunch came quick! I’m still missing my meal prep day and didn’t have a lot to choose from. I looked in my refrigerator to see what was quick and on hand in a hurry. I pulled out two Applegate Organic Hot Dogs, which I heated in a skillet of water. Then I added Sauerkraut, cooked green beans & potatoes, and the remainder of an heirloom tomato that I’d cut yesterday. The weather is gorgeous here, so I enjoyed it out on the porch.

Where are the macro nutrients in this meal? Protein: Hot Dogs; Fat: Hot Dogs; Carbohydrate: green beans, potatoes, tomato and sauerkraut.


I had some summer squash in the refrigerator that I wanted to use. I like to make squash casserole with them, but my usual recipe calls for some soda crackers (grains) and cheese—which are not on my plan right now. I decided I could use a variation of my frittata recipe and it would work. I used the ribbon cut on my spiralizer and diced half an onion. I then melted about 1 Tablespoonful of ghee in a skillet and added the squash, onion & about a cup of frozen diced potatoes I had left over from another recipe. I sauteed them all together until the onions were translucent and the liquid had cooked out of the squash. Meanwhile, in a mixing bowl I beat 4 whole eggs and 12 egg whites together. When the squash mix was done, I added it to the eggs, mixing well and added some salt and pepper. I transferred the mix to a ceramic pie plate, sprinkled it with smoked paprika and cooked it in my toaster oven for about 40 minutes (until a knife inserted in the middle comes out clean). This is a complete meal. I ate one portion for dinner and wrapped the remaining three in plastic wrap for later.

Where are the macros? Protein: Egg Whites; Fat: Egg Yolks & ghee; Carbohydrates: Squash, onions and potatoes.

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