Spring is in the air – which is a strange thing to find yourself saying in the middle of February in the Midwest – but it’s been 60 degrees and sunny for 3 days, and it seems the whole neighborhood has spring fever. The park across the street from my apartment has been full of people for the past couple of days, and it’s been lovely to have the windows open most of the day again.
Last week, when we were still having typical Midwest winter weather (grey, cold, cloudy, and thoroughly depressing), I’d done my grocery shopping for this week with my friend Kennedy’s amazing Broccoli + Kale Detox Soup in mind. (It’s become one of my all-time favorite soups, and you must try it sometime.) But this morning, with the sun warming the house – and some super-cute Meyer lemons hanging out in the fridge, just begging to be used for something – I decided to take Kennedy’s original recipe and give it a bit of a summery twist.
Simple Felicity is, at its heart, a blog based on the unshakeable belief that happiness really isn't all that complicated. Sometimes finding it can be - but happiness itself is pretty simple, and it's often found in the simplest of things: good food, good books, and good company. So those are the things I write about, along with a few other things that really matter to me, including faith and feminism.
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"Make the most of the best and the least of the worst." —Robert Louis Stevenson via @momentumdash
When Jesus said 2 go & make disciples, I'm not sure subway preaching & weird relationships were quite what He meant. ow.ly/FidY30fBo03
"The wisest mind has something yet to learn." —George Santayana via @momentumdash
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Maybe it doesn’t matter if we’re asking the right questions; maybe the point is simply to start asking questions: ow.ly/Em6I30eSWzC
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