The Compassion Experiment Day 154
One of the great things that have come out of The Compassion Experiment, has been all the new discoveries.
One good decision (see: to become compassionate eaters), has led to so many new and wonderful things, it has been unbelievable.
Where are you going with this?
We spent this past weekend in total bliss, at Sugar Ridge Retreat, and had the time of our lives.
"We're having, the time of our lives...", kept running through my head, kind of funny, but annoying at the same time.
In the end we had a hell of a good time, and can't wait to go back.
Our cabin had four beds, and windows all around. We had a little heater that was so powerful, a little was a lot.
We were warm and cozy, we had a great view out the windows, and were greeted each morning, by a smiling sun.
All the meals were homemade and super delicious. It was like eating at home, but without the work. It was amazing not having to compromise on taste, and on choice, because everything was vegetarian and/or vegan. It was awesome! We kept eating, and eating, drinking wine, eating more.
The Sugar Ridge Experience:
Liz and Kurt have done an amazing job with Sugar Ridge. The atmosphere is warm and loving, the food is top notch, and made right before your eyes.
The sleep was peaceful, (but it always feels a little weird when trying to go to sleep, and there isn't a cat or two keeping you awake).
Every meal was delicious, the Moroccan Stew, Lemon Poppy Seed Pancakes, The Brownies, The Fruit Salads, were so appreciated, and devoured with ferocity, it was total Compassionate hedonism.
And we loved every minute of it!
Thanks to Liz and Kurt for the hospitality, and hard work.
We are so grateful for the experience, and are very inspired by what you have done.
To all readers: you have to check out Sugar Ridge, it is totally kid friendly, and a very positive atmosphere for families and couples alike.
And very, very reasonably priced!
Today's Parallel's 'Of Wisdom':
"You can give without loving, but you can't love without giving"
Animals saved today: 4
Animals saved to date: 600
Note: we realize these numbers are not a true representation, but in our minds, this helps to visualize the damage we are causing when we eat animal by-products.