Depending on where you are, the autumn is a wonderful time to enjoy seasonal foods. Of course, there are pumpkins aplenty, but also beets, rocket (arugula), spinach, cabbage and sweet potatoes – all of which lend themselves to delicious, nourishing meals. Take care of yourself from the inside out – and sweet potatoes and pumpkin especially are wonderful fillers for one of my favourite fall foods – PIE.
The goat pictured below is Harriet, who is friends with Cindy, yesterday’s goat. They live happily together on my friend Pippa’s farm.
Make sure to stay nourished as the days grow shorter and colder this fall
Pi is the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter. Its value is usually abbreviated to 3.14159; however, as an irrational number, Pi goes on infinitely. An irrational number is a number that cannot be made into a fraction. Pi is irrational, but without it we would have no idea how to calculate things like the size of the world or how much flour should be used to make a perfect twelve-inch pizza. If an idea seems irrational to you, perhaps it might still be possible. Perhaps, like Pi, the world is full of infinite seemingly irrational possibilities. What is irrational today may revolutionize tomorrow.