Although I am not blogging here anymore ( you can find me at Katherines Corner now) I invite you to join me on Pinterest check out my meditation board and my other boards too. See you there and happy pinning!
Be Well Gifts handmade meditation supplies with your lifestyle in mind
I am an open-minded and spiritual person who strives to always maintain a positive attitude and greet each new day with grace, dignity and gratitude. I have been meditating since I was a little girl. Under my Mothers tutelage I became very comfortable with daily meditation. I have shared the practice of meditation with friends, family, my grandchildren and even strangers.
I have been creating artful things since I was a young girl too. I say a prayer for the user of every item in my shop. I create mindful of your lifestyle. It is an honor to create something to aid in your tranquility. I am blogging at Katherines Corner now, I invite you to join me.
I wish you peace, Katherine
No matter how you pray, the importance of prayer goes without saying.
As you bring your body to rest and focus on prayer you support your body and mind’s state of well-being.
A prayer for yourself or for others opens your heart to receive blessings and to speak directly to your maker.
Friendship Prayer by Katherine Corrigan
A prayer for you my friends.
I bow my head and ask our
Lord and Savior to bless you.
To send his angels to watch over you.
To keep you strong and balanced.
I asked him to wrap his love around you.
To dry your tears.
To lift your heart.
To bring his joy upon you.
To provide light when you are in the dark.
To guide you when you have lost your way.
To remind you that you are loved.
I bow my head and gratefully say
Thank you,Thank you for the joy of friendship.Amen
I am grateful for your friendship and support of my shop and my blog. Although my blog is often neglected my gratitude never waivers. I hope you will join me on twitter where I share discounts, updates announcements. friendship and inspiration.
Friendship improves happiness, and abates misery, by doubling our joys, and dividing our grief.
~ Joseph Addison
Be Well, Katherine
A little something different for today’s post. I post recipes at my other blog every week. This week I am sharing with you. These cookies “literally” melt in your mouth. Enjoy.
What You Need
1 cup soy nut butter verify it is the gluten free brand ( creamy or crunchy)
1 1/3 cups sugar substitute and a bit more for crisscross * ( Splenda is best)
1 Large egg
1 ¼ tsp vanilla extract
Non stick cooking spray
Parchment paper or aluminum foil
Large mixing bowl
Wire cooling racks
Before You Start : Preheat the oven to 350 ° and prepare your baking sheet .
Lets Make It! In a bowl combine soy nut butter and sugar substitute. Mix together evenly with a fork ( it is sticky) add egg and vanilla and blend together well. Spray your palms with a little non stick cooking spray ( to keep the cookie dough balls from sticking) and roll the dough into one inch sized balls. Place onto your baking sheet about three inches apart. Dip a fork into the sugar substitute and press a *crisscross pattern onto each cookie ( it looks good and adds a bit more sweet). Bake for 12 minutes or until firm ( they may turn slightly golden in color) remove from the oven and cool on baking sheet for about 3 minutes then remove and place on cooling rack.
Makes about one dozen- Note- these cookies literally melt in your mouth and just one or two will curb any sweet cravings you may have.
**Katies Tid Bits* don’t need it to be peanut free, just use peanut butter ( make sure it is a gluten free brand)