June Happenings





These are my car stickers:) Mighty-O Donuts is an all-vegan donut shop in Seattle. The equal sign is for the Human Rights Campaign.  “HRC seeks to improve the lives of LGBT Americans by advocating for equal rights and benefits in the workplace, ensuring families are treated equally under the law and increasing public support among all Americans.” Will Travel For Vegan Food was started by Kristin Lajeunesse. She has been on a great adventure throughout the U.S. She has been on a road-trip dining at vegan restaurants. Action For Animals is based out of Seattle. It “operates under the simple principle that animals do not exist for humans to eat, wear, experiment on, or use for entertainment. We promote a Vegan lifestyle. AFA strives to end animal suffering through educational outreach, demonstrations, and media involvement.” I have volunteered for them by passing out flyers at Western Washington University and Whatcom Community College. I hope to become more involved when I move to Seattle. The Sierra Club is one of the oldest, largest, and most influential grassroots environmental organizations in the United States.


Kyle and I with Mt. Shucksan and Picture Lake in the background.


Me with my rad friend, Liberty!!! I will miss her so much when we move. But, I know we will have great times in the future:)


my new style


Kyle in front of Rainbow Bridge in La Conner, Washington. It is a small, cute town. The yacht show was going on when we were there so we had the opportunity to walk onto some awesome yachts.


Me in Lynden, Washington. Lynden is a little bit north of Bellingham. The region saw significant Dutch immigration in the early and mid 1900s. Many buildings have a Dutch/European theme. There is a Dutch bakery, Dutch restaurant and some of the supermarkets have a Dutch food section.


the windmill of Dutch Village Inn

new sausage

This stuff is amazing. It is made in Seattle. I use it on pizza and in pastas. I am excited to try the other kinds.

new chez marie

A great non-gmo vegan patty. I was first introduced to this product when we went to Vegfest in Seattle.

new deals only

I discovered a great place called Deals Only. In Bellingham, it is located on James Street across from Trader Joe’s. I got all of this for $10.14!!! We love Nature’s Path cereal. It is made in Blaine, Washington, just north of Bellingham. I also am a huge fan of sunflower seed butter. In regular stores, it usually costs around $8 but at Deals Only it was only $2.99.

new earth balance2

This spread is so good. I can’t believe I had never had it before. It’s pretty much peanut butter with a great coconut flavor:) It’s been fun trying Earth Balance products. Through a blog, I won 5 free Earth Balance coupons.


This is another great product we just tried for the first time. Kyle and I were both beef jerky lovers before going vegan. This vegan jerky is pretty darn good. I like the Teriyaki flavor. Kyle likes the Hickory Smoked flavor. It is more moist and soft than typical beef jerky but it is still good. It has a great flavor and has a meat-like texture.


This is a meal I have been making a lot recently. It is organic green beans, meatless chicken fingers over spaghetti with marinara sauce and mozzarella daiya on top! yum!

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