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Mae Jardine
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  • Adrian, MI
  • United States
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Mae Jardine left a comment for Raw Truth
"Hello, Raw Truth: I haven't seen you blog lately but am trusting your family is doing well in your new home and you are nurturing yourself with lots of fresh veggies this summer. Hoping & Praying the Best for You All,"
Jul 29
Mae Jardine commented on Jacqueline Rooths's blog post HEY Y'ALL BEEN GONE FOR A MOMENT! RECOVERING FROM OHS
"Jacqueline!  Good to hear you received a timely surgery  & you are doing well.  What a testimony!  Your daughter is as beautiful as her Mom.  Prayers for your continued healing.  Love & Hugs Too : ) "
Jun 30
Mae Jardine posted a status
"Having to break my walk up between rain showers today but the air smells so good! Happy Day !"
Jun 20
Mae Jardine replied to Penni's discussion Fresh Eats Inspiration :: Make Pesto This Week
"Thank You, Kathleen.  I've tried the Ezekiel 4:9 several times and each time it has not set well with me.  The taste is so yummy that I kept hoping it would workout. It has the gluten added for texture  . . .  I'm…"
Jun 19
Mae Jardine replied to Penni's discussion Fresh Eats Inspiration :: Make Pesto This Week
"Hi, Kathleen: I was wondering if you make your vegetable sandwich with a gluten free bread or if you have other neat substitutions for the bread portion to share. I've never found a gluten free bread I like so many of my sandwich stuffings are…"
Jun 18
Mae Jardine posted a status
"Happy Birthday to Karen Cacciola. She has a generous heart & uses it well. Love & Hugs,"
Jun 14
Mara Burke left a comment for Mae Jardine
"Mae, Thank you so much for your message. You don't know how much it means to know that there are others who are thinking of me. I have been trying to stay focused on my family since my dad's passing. Thank you again. Have a blessed week."
May 18
Mae Jardine commented on DaisyHair's blog post Can't Stop Eating Nuts and Seeds!
"Beautiful salad & presentation, DaisyHair. "
Apr 30
Mae Jardine commented on Kat's blog post Everything is Possible - My Journey Back to Running!
"I enjoyed watching your video and listening to your journey, Kat.  While listening to you express gratitude to be back running, I was reminded of an old saying.  "Absence makes the heart grow fonder."  Clearly, your…"
Apr 30
Mae Jardine left a comment for Mara Burke
"Hello, Mara: And hoping you & your family have found peace since the passing of your Father. Hugs,"
Apr 29
Mae Jardine commented on vealovegreen's blog post Sesame bars
"Very Pretty.  Yum!"
Apr 29
Mae Jardine commented on nancy Mahardy's blog post chia vs. hemp seeds
"Chia seeds also gel and are sometimes used to to pull a recipe together. If you have any flax seeds in the veggie burger recipe, that can have a direct affect on how many chia seeds to use as they too gel. Are you making a raw veggie burger or will…"
Apr 29
Mae Jardine posted a status
"Happy Blessed Easter Sunday!"
Apr 20
Mae Jardine replied to Lisa DF's discussion prayers appreciated in the group The Chapel
"Hello, Lisa: I'm believing with you for total health in your life and for your Mother also.  Hugs, "
Apr 20
Mae Jardine replied to Mara Burke's discussion We lost my dad last night. Please pray for my family in the group The Chapel
"You are in my thoughts and prayers, Mara. Love & Tender Hugs, Mae"
Apr 20
Mae Jardine commented on kathleen's photo

Ginger-Garlic Shot

"Hope you are all better now, Kathleen. Great healing recipe! Lovely photo too : )"
Mar 14

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About Me: (at least a couple of sentences; ex: family, interests, hobbies, favorite quote, personal mission statement, etc
My life is good. It has been getting even better since my commitment to purchase fewer vitamin concoctions and eat more raw greens and fruits. I became a widow at thirty-eight and decided to stay single. Being a young mother, then grandmother and now great-grandmother reminds me to stay connected to family. I don’t think I’ve ever had a hobby but have always enjoyed trying new things so my personal interests have grown. In my youth I saw a quote basically reading, “Knowledge is Power”. Gathering knowledge is part of my lifestyle.
How did you hear about our community?
Searching Youtube
What dietary interests do you have? (clean eating, vegetarian, vegan, paleo, weight loss, etc?)
What is your motivation for joining Real Food Rehab? (moral support, education, recipes, inspiration, fitness tips, etc.)
It is exciting to find this community of like minded people and the support that can grow from such an interaction. At the present time, I have no contact with others that want to change their eating style to high raw veggies and fruits. The transition alone has been stressful so I welcome advice and inspiration from you all. Many thanks to you for your time and help.
RFR Oath: I acknowledge that everyone is at a different point along their health & wellness journey and I will respect the individual progress and needs of others as they make lifestyle choices and changes of their own. I promise to do my best to keep this community drama free, and solicitation free. I understand that posting inappropriate material, personal attacks, personal or business solicitations or spamming of any kind can result in administrative action and/or removal from this community. I pledge to be respectful even if I do not agree with another member's opinion. Agreed?

Mae Jardine's Blog

Mothers Not Titled & Acknowledged by This World

Posted on May 12, 2012 at 4:40am 5 Comments

Last year I placed this tribute to Mothers in The Common Area. This year I’ve decided to turn it into a blog since I continue to meet Mothers of Heart.  "Happy Mothers Day to All Women That Nurture"

On this Mother’s Day, please join me in acknowledging the Mothers that may be overlooked in this celebration. We have Mothers among us that have given birth to stillborn children or were not able to carry their child or children to full term resulting in death. We…


"Invited Nature to My Workout & Walking Into the Wind"

Posted on October 15, 2011 at 2:22pm 3 Comments

I went for a mid-morning walk today just as I’ve been doing for several weeks. It had been a windy rainy night so my favorite tree lined walking path looked like a newly developed obstacle course. As I walked along, I began moving the fallen branches so as to clear the path for the next walker or young biker pedaling through. Knowing our local Michigan day was filed with 25 mph winds it was a little challenging and it started feeling like a resented chore. However, the Grandma in me kept…


Waste Not-Want Not

Posted on September 14, 2010 at 11:19pm 10 Comments

I am grateful I grew up with a large extended family and parents that survived the Great Depression but some times I take “Waste Not-Want Not” to the extreme. I worked hard to get over cleaning my plate because of the starving children across the seas. That made no sense to me anyway. I knew that food left on my plate would turn to garbage before it got across the seas. That…


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At 6:02pm on May 18, 2014, Mara Burke said…

Mae, Thank you so much for your message. You don't know how much it means to know that there are others who are thinking of me. I have been trying to stay focused on my family since my dad's passing. Thank you again. Have a blessed week.

At 7:52pm on August 8, 2013, Lawrence Richardson said…
Your very welcome Mae Jardine. Thank you for sharing that juice recipe with me. Take care and I hope to talk with you soon :).
At 7:31pm on August 3, 2013, Raw Truth said…

Mae Jardine, isn't it amazing how we change over our lifetime on our thoughts and ideas? I remember when younger thinking I needed more stuff, now I am content with getting rid of all the stuff and realizing I don't need all this stuff at all!:o)

At 11:08am on July 19, 2013, galit oufgnag said…

Thanks Mae :))


At 10:32pm on July 6, 2013, Cassandra Alderman said…

Aw, thank you! I'm named after my mom, whose name is Sandra. My middle names are handed down to me from my grandmothers also. I love my name. :)

At 10:46am on April 12, 2013, Linda Ann said…
You are such a inspiration!
At 12:47pm on April 7, 2013, Karen Cacciola said…

Hi dear Mae...just passing by to say hi....I am in the April wellness initiative..I am feeling great!  Hoping all is well...prayers, hugs & lots of Love ♥

At 3:13pm on April 4, 2013, Gill Cooke said…

Hi Mae - even after the carrot cake, I still had some pulp left: some went into a cooked vegetable soup, and some went into the processor with some cooked chickpeas to make a pate (with some wild garlic and dandelion from the garden) :D

At 1:47pm on March 28, 2013, Gill Cooke said…

Gee - that's so lovely - thank you!

At 3:14am on January 12, 2013, Joseph Hill said…

Aw that's cute! Thank you Mae Jardine (aka My Garden) :-) !!!


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