s & ADear Patients, Family and Friends~
No problem with a 'white' holiday season; I spent a bit of time these past 3 days moving that stuff around. Instead of the gym, instead of yoga class, I prefer moving my muscles and getting my heart rate up outdoors! (all the while planning our next escape to somewhere warm)
The holidays are a time of opposites; we try to spend time with those we love and miss, most of the rest of the year, and we: over-extend, over-eat, over-do and over-spend.  Remember, the most precious gift we can give those we love is the gift of our time. There's nothing that can replace some 'face time' or  just a phone call...yes, a real  call, not text or email. Take a few minutes to tell those you love how you feel and how much they mean to you; now is a great time to be great-full for all of our many blessings. Love is the reason or the season.
To all of you, in love and thanks for touching our lives with your transformation, your courage
and your love ! 
What a great way to start 2010!
kryon Kryon in Boulder

Join LEE CARROLL and KRYON Jan. 17 from 1 pm - 6:30 at the Boulder Marriott.

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More Special Events
2010 Taste of Therapy Wellness Fairs
Saturdays, Jan 9, Feb 13, and Mar 13,  10:00 am - 1:00 pm
$5 for 15 minute treatments with local holistic practitioners
These fairs are held in the Izaak Walton Clubhouse, 18 So. Sunset. St. sponsored by City of Longmont Recreation Services.
Whether you're new to writing or have been writing all your life, whatever your genre, The Call to Write with Mark David Gerson will awaken new creative directions, offer new insights and techniques and, most importantly, get you writing and keep you writing- naturally, eloquently and without struggle. Mark David Gerson has taught and coached writing as a creative and spiritual pursuit for nearly 20 years in the U.S. and Canada.He is author two award-winning books, The Voice of the Muse: Answering the Call to Write and The MoonQuest: A True Fantasy, and has recorded The Voice of the Muse Companion: Guided Meditations for Writers on CD.
A writing/creativity coach, editor, project consultant and script analyst, Mark David is also host of The Muse & You with Mark David Gerson, a radio show about writers and writing, and is a regular featured guest on Unity.fm's Spiritual Coaching radio Jan 31, from 1 pm - 5 pm at the Phoenix Healing Center! 
 Cost for the seminar is $65 prepaid or $77 at the door.You can register here.

 mark david

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                              Lydia's Christmas Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting
Dry ingredients:                                                        Wet Ingredients:
2 to 2 c gluten free baking flour                          4  'happy' eggs (from cage free chickens :)
3 tsp baking powder                                                 1 large can pineapple chunks with juice
1 tsp baking soda                                                  2-3 c shredded carrots
1 tsp salt                                                                      a 'sploosh' of applesauce
3 tsp cinnamon                                                           1 tsp vanilla                                             
large sprinkle nutmeg
1 c sugar                                 
to 1 c chopped walnuts                                                                                               tree

Creme Cheese Frosting                                                                                                                    
1 8 oz brick cream cheese
1 c powdered sugar
2 tsp vanilla
1 tsp orange extract
pinch of salt
For the cake: Use a large spring pan or a 9 X 13 pan.  Butter the pan and sprinkle almond meal on it so the cake comes out easily. Heat oven to 350F.
Stir the dry ingredients together in a large bowl.
Place the wet ingredients in the food processor bowl and stir until they appeared to well mixed, add shredded carrots to the wet mix and pour wet ingredients onto the bowl with the dry ingredients.
Mix the wet and dry ingredients until they appeared to be well mixed, add the walnuts.
The mixture will appear thin. This is why I say 2 to 2 cups of flour. 
Pour the mix into the prepared pan.  Bake for 45 minutes to one hour. The cake is done when you do the knife or toothpick test and it comes out clean. Allow cake to cool thoroughly before taking it out of the pan.  I took my cake out of the pan and allowed it to continue cooling overnight in the refrigerator. 
Frosting: Allow the cream cheese to warm up to room temperature.  Beat the cream cheese until very soft, add the vanilla and orange extract.  Add the salt and the sugar, beating the ingredients until the frosting looks right. Frost the cool cake.