Dr. Christine Grimaldi
Last week, Autisticana went to the Smith Haven Mall to see the Mostly Posters store that was located there. Inside we saw posters which reflected a variety of our group’s interests. There was posters of superheroes such as Spider-Man and Batman which reflected our love for comic books and superhero movies. There were also posters with musicians such as Trippie Redd, Cardi B, and Lil Tjay which showed how famous they had become in their genres and the world at large. The group took posters in front of them to signify they were interested in what the posters conveyed.
A list of everyone and their posters
Jackson – Avengers Infinity War Theatrical Release Poster (He loves Superhero movies)
Danielle – Harry Styles (music)
Scott – UK Flag (He loves UK soccer teams atmosphere and electronic music which represents the Queen)
Joanna – Van Gogh (His struggles reflect her journey to be successful and achieve her life struggles despite having disabilities)
Lisette – Gryffindor Crest from Harry Potter
Marissa – Cobra Kai
Taylor – Friends Poster
Autisiticana’s poster photos show their combined neurodiversity and their strength as a team!
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Author the newsmaker team @autisticana
As a team , we had a great lesson taught to us by our coach Dr. Christine.
We have up to 160 blogs and have learned so much about conscious leadership, writing, teamwork, friendship, communication skills , health and fitness and so much more.
Now we are learning how to fund raise and write grants . As a team of all abilities we never thought we would get this far but we have.
Christine has taught us how to start a fundraising platform and here are the lessons .
So here is the skim on this story .
Thank you all from our team to yours.
The News Team @autisticana
Please help us and share with all .
We are stronger as a team than we are alone …
By Danielle Delaney and Dr. Christine
Since we have started our “Love and Rescue “ program at our wellness retreat house in Staatsburg Ny, all of us @autisticana are getting to experience how working with rescue equine really helps us with our own issues and healing, as we learn how to help and heal these abandoned and abused animals. 13 hands equine rescue is a magical place , where you can feel the love and compassion through out the pastures.
Dr. Christine is adopting a beautiful horse with eye cancer. She looks like a unicorn and her name is Crystal Blue. Unicorns create magic and I am sure Christine and Crystal Blue will create magic together.
Crystal Blue is also having a baby any moment. We are going to name the baby Wisper . Why ? , because Dr. Christine always teaches us how to listen, because you get a better response out of a whisper than you do when you speak loudly.
She is teaching us all the natural healing powers of horses and how we need to stay quiet and grounded so that each horse can teach us a lesson. Horses are one of the most spiritually connected animals and we can learn so much from them.
I have been trying to stay calm and quiet, and I feel like I am meditating with the horse. Christine calls it “Dancing With The Horses” , and as a team at autisticana we all love to dance.
So here is the first lesson we learned that I would like to share with all of you.
“We must become like a horse”
Like Dr. Christine taught us how to meditate , we first learned about our five senses . These senses teach us how to stay present. Like humans, horses work off the five senses , so the more we understand the power of these senses, the more the horses respond to us.
The five senses are
Dr. Christine performing Reiki Therapy on her horse and baby.
Horses respond to the senses so we must listen to the cues that they give us. Horses are observers .
They observe, react quickly and think later. So we must stay calm. The calmer we are the more grounded we are , like a tree rooted in the ground.
The horses will trust us, and then they will gravitate to us. When a horse builds your trust , it gives you the best feeling ever. A feeling of value and worth that we all desire. As people on the spectrum we have lived in a lot of uncertainty and fear. We sometimes feel left out from the norm. We feel isolated and lonely. Our news media team at autisticana has helped us feel wanted and Dr. Christine has built is a family. We are so grateful that 13 Hands Equine Rescue will be part of our family too. We are also learning how to have boundaries as a volunteer and with the rescue animals.
It is important to make a horse feel relaxed around you.
I have learned how to whisper and stay calm and now the horses are starting to trust me . When I am calm, they are calm. When I smile, I feel them smile.
Dr. Christine sings the same quiet song , “ hopelessly devoted to you “ to Crystal Blue every time. I watch and have observed that Crystal Blue hears her quiet song from a far, and immediately runs over to see her, knowing her mommy has arrived. They are both calm and enjoying each other together.
I can hardly wait till her baby is born and maybe someday , I can adopt my own horse. Someday, maybe we can all adopt horses.
Stay tuned for our future blogs and experiences at Love and Rescue( Dr. Christine created love and rescue originally for us , to teach us how to save ourselves and be our best always. Now we continue to learn from each other as a team.
“ When I stay calm and smile , Big Mac looks right in my eye and smiles with me. “ This makes all my problems seem to go away and makes me happy.
Stay tuned as Dr. Christine says…
“ It’s not how many breaths we take but the moments that take our breath away “
I am excited to see what the future holds at
Thank you to everyone at 13 hands equine rescue for allowing us to feel , learn and become ….
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By Cara Difiore
Hi everyone! I feel like it’s been a hot min since I’ve been on here which I’m not apologizing for. I wanted to come back on here and blog about the update on me, my book, my artistic journey, what I’ve been creating, and how my passions and the things that bring me joy and comfort have been helping me get through daily life and challenging times.
So with my artistic journey, I’ve been creating a lot some I made for myself to make me feel better, and one for my cousin who passed on recently is a memory tree. which I will show you at some point. I’ve been trying to create and keep busy as much as I can since I’m going through a lot at the moment professionally, mentally, and personally. What I mean by that is I’m worried about the future, I’m feeling bad about myself, and I’m worried about my personal life. My family and I are going through a big loss right now so it’s been causing a big scar I believe I’ve mentioned this before but I have a history of mental health stuff like anxiety and depression (My mental health/autism story is on the blog if you want to check that out) So, of course, it’s gonna affect me and not just my family. I’m forcing myself to move forward. I mean how do you? However, my work and art, in general, have been helping me get through life and keep going which is an accomplishment and a positive at the same time.
More things that have been helping me get through me and keep going are not just my art and art in general but the support of my family but also my friends, my therapist, my cats, Bob Ross haha, watching/listening to my favorite artists, my class, journaling, and doing other things that bring me joy, happiness, and peace like going out, exercising, meditating, vent to my other loved ones and my therapist for support, spend time with my cats, taking time for me before I can for everyone else. Do you know why? It’s because they’ve been my therapeutic escapes they help me get whatever I’m feeling off my chest, get out of my head, and get to a happier place that isn’t reality. those things get me to a place I want to be and the feeling I want to have at the moment, I believe that’s the key to overcoming physical/emotional pain and grief. I believe that is and is going to get me through the next few days, weeks, months, and the rest of the year. If I can get through it so can you. If you are going through a tough time yourself just know to give it time, take time for yourself, do something that brings you comfort, and keep busy.
The artists that have been bringing me joy and inspiration and that I love
What I’ve been using:
Other self care:
Memory Tree, December 2022
What I Used: pencil, paint, scissors, colored matte paper, and colored glitter paper
This was for my cousin Jack who passed away recently and brought it to his wake. It is now with my aunt, uncle, and my two other cousins
Falling Tears, January 2023
What I Used: pencil, markers, and pen
I drew this around the time my cousin passed away
Snowflake Wonderland, January 2023
What I Used: pencil, colored pencils, and markers
Birthday Cat, January 2023
I drew this for a friend for her birthday
Sunset Dreams, February 2023
Flower Girl, February 2023
Flowing In Color, February 2023
By James Malone.
I got this submission today and it was beyond moving and brilliant and wanted to share it with all of you out there.
If you have a story you would like to share, please share it with us.
Blessings to you and your family James Malone. You are an inspiration to us all.
Autism Spectrum Disorder As An Adult
Hello, my name is James and I want to voice my struggles and successes with others that are suffering from mental illness and developmental issues. Ever since I was little I knew something was off. I was always told throughout my life that I seemed like a calm person, however that was far from the truth. The wheels were always turning in my head.
In recent years I had the feeling that something was very off with me. I would have panic attacks and meltdowns lasting up to several hours. I always knew I had a learning disability, anxiety, and a specific phobia. Sensory Issues such as tastes, smells, textures, certain smells, and sights bothered me but I never mentioned it to a professional. I detest
staying at someone’s house or at a hotel and even had trouble feeling comfortable in my own home.
When I saw the show Atypical it gave me an idea to do a little research. I knew autism was different for everyone but I could see similarities between the main character of the show and myself. Learning more about ASD became a new obsession for me. I then decided to take the plunge and see a specialist. I was told by the doctor that performed the screening that they were pleasantly surprised at how functional I seemed compared to my test results. It was indeed a compliment but it had me thinking a lot about my life in both the past and the present. I was in tears because of the mixed feelings about my life.
In school I struggled a lot with my learning disability. I always could remember in second grade when we started doing multiplication assignments. All the other kids seemed to be grasping the numbers but I just sat there with a blank stare. It wasn’t that I was jealous, I just was frustrated with not getting it. I also had a specific fear of tall buildings and high ceilings. My parents sent me to a psychologist for exposure therapy but the fear remained. The phobia has always interfered with travel, leisure, and work opportunities.
Today, I still struggle with my learning disability, phobias, anxiety, and autism. However, the autism diagnosis has changed how I approach effective treatment. I’m excited to say, with the help from Lexapro, Aripoprazole, and CBD oil, I can live life a little more easily. These treatments have enabled me to enjoy my interests including photography, writing, historic preservation, video games, roller skating, martial arts and acting. Most people do not understand the frustrations and the struggles someone with high functioning autism goes through on a daily basis. I’m still trying to learn more ways to cope and use my obsessive traits as a strength and not a weakness.
Even as an adult I made the mistake of not mentioning anything to the psychiatrist, counselors, and therapists that I saw besides my phobia. I put in a lot of hours into cognitive and hypnosis therapy. I mentioned the constant worry and was usually diagnosed with Anxiety or Generalized Anxiety. I would always give medication a try but it would always upset my stomach or I felt It wasn’t working. I even tried herbal remedies and acupuncture.
James Malone Kirkendall is a Fort Smith resident and joined the Abandoned Arkansas team in 2014. He owns two dogs, parrots, and lives with his wife Ashleigh. Though he struggles with a learning disability and Autism, his talents and persistence have led him to an array of different achievements. Some of the greatest feats have been receiving a black belt in traditional karate and performing overseas in the Fringe Theatre Festival in Edinburgh Scotland. His education includes several computer technology certifications and he has attended the New York Film Academy in LA. His interests include video games, roller skating, and martial arts.
A year at a glance with our News Makers @autisticana. The News Media Team that is going to sweep the nation.
It is a little over a year, and I can not be more proud of my News Makers at Autisticana. We are an all ability news team that explores and investigates great news worthy corporations, people, restaurants, travel, stories, and fun conscious leadership events.
As a team of conscious like minded leaders our goal is to peak people’s curiosity, share good news and advocate for what is right.
We got inspired and got to work during the pandemic to help ourselves and others overcome their fears and isolation.
As a the team founder and coach , there was no better way than to make lemonade out of lemons by teaching our youth that you can find joy in the most painful of times.
How do we do that ? PURPOSE!
I have been an integrative medicine doctor and holistic counselor and coach for years, working in the field of adolescent medicine and at risk youth and young adults.
When the pandemic hit, I knew I needed to create something amazing to help out all kids and young adults from the devastating effects of Covid 19, and the effects of being a teen or young adult period.
Then I got the worst call of my life. I always say , “When you think it is bad, it can always get worse and you must keep on rising and paying it forward.
On September 4 th 2020, as I was running my programs my baby sister Cat called and told me she had cancer. I was broken and still am. I dedicated my life to children with cancer and now this news?
Cat was 38 years old , had four young boys and was diagnosed with stage four intestinal cancer.
She continues to fight and we ask everyone to pray for her daily.
As broken as I was , I immediately
rerouted all my holistic programs and coaching to develop a great team of conscious leadership and like minded individuals to and to show my baby nephews that you can keep going , keep working for the greater good in the toughest of times.
Living life is all about being purposeful and kind. Story telling and the art of , is more than just a story . It is the essence of life and being.
I have taught myself and everyone that you hold the power to write your own script, and that your creation of your own story will be the beautiful blueprint of you life. You can choose to execute and manifest your script. We create positive stories from excursions that we took and still do weekly.
I created the News Makers in honor of my mentor Barbara Walters. I taught my young adults everything about research, writing , communication, executive functioning , interpersonal skills, kindness, compassion, listening , communicating effectively, wellness and so much more.
We have all been through a lot in the past year at Autisticana, and we have all rose to the occasion.
I now have developed an excellent team of friends, leaders, mentors and innovators that will just continue to expand to help out everyone in need.
We are a conscious leadership news media company that is going to sweep the nation.
I developed an enrichment center in Stony Brook Ny and a writing , wellness center in Rhinebeck area Ny.
We have now partnered with 13 hands equine rescue, where my team, and so many more to come will learn about assisted animal therapy and everything rescue has to teach.
Animals have a way of going above and beyond what us mere mortals can not .
I always have a heavy heart from my family tragedy but will always reroute into positive storytelling and great experiences for all our youth, because they hold all our futures in their hands.
The News Makers are now almost finished with producing 12 Chapter books, 7 plus children’s empowerment books, yoga mats, library programs and my soon to be released Memoir “ By Your Side “, A Walk in The Park with Barbara Walters” 25 years of loving ,laughing and lessons with the world’s most legendary journalist.
Through all the hard times, we have learned to chop wood and carry water, so that we can keep teaching our lessons forward and helping humanity.
I am so so proud of my team and words can not express the love and pride I have for all these young adults.
Pictures say more than a thousand words.
If you have the desire to write your own script for a life you never thought you could have. Please come join us at The News Makers, a news media friendship team, that creates daily purpose and that is going to sweep the nation.
With love and light and pride for my team.
Dr. Christine Grimaldi
“Life is to short eat deserts first”
” Who does not like a good baked apple. Delicious, warm sweet and great for the winter months.
So we decide to make apple boats.
Some facts about animals.
Yes, that’s true! Apples are a great source of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, making them a healthy option for dessert. Baking apples brings out their natural sweetness, making them a great alternative to sugary desserts. Additionally, baked apples are a great option for those who are looking for a low-calorie dessert. They are also very versatile and can be made with different spices and toppings, such as cinnamon, nutmeg, raisins, and nuts.
Overall, baked apples are a delicious and healthy way to enjoy a sweet treat. Whether you’re looking for a quick dessert to make at home or a dish to impress your guests, baked apples are a great choice.
It is great to see your passion for cooking and love for trying different recipes from different countries. Baked apples, or pecheni yabalki, are a classic dessert that have been enjoyed for centuries, with the first recorded recipe for baked apples believed to date back to the 1685 edition of the London cookbook “The Accomplisht Cook”. Over time, the recipe has evolved and been adapted in different countries and regions, including Bulgaria, where the addition of walnuts makes the recipe a little more unique. With various ingredients such as brown sugar, cinnamon, honey, and raisins, the recipe can vary, but the one common ingredient is the walnuts. It is wonderful that you got to try the traditional Bulgarian version of baked apples and enjoyed serving it with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
Ingredients for our baked animals
These points are all interesting and showcase the significance of apples in history, culture, and society. The apple has a long and rich history, and its evolution from a bitter fruit to the sweet and diverse fruit we know today is a result of selective breeding and cultivation by different civilizations. The association of apples with fairyland and the tradition of apple bobbing at Halloween are examples of the cultural significance of apples. The Victorian era saw a major increase in the number of apple varieties being grown and a lot of work was put into studying apples and testing their suitability for cultivation. The importance of apples can be seen in the formation of organizations such as the British Pomological Association, and in works like Robert Hogg’s British Pomology. Your food historian friend Joanna’s research on the social and cultural history of the apple and the orchard is a valuable contribution to the understanding of this important fruit.
By Jackson Beach
Over its 50 years, there have been many influential franchises in the history of video games, such as Call of Duty and The Legend of Zelda. However, the franchise that has had the most impact on gaming is Super Mario Bros from Nintendo. First released in 1983, the arcade Mario Bros. quickly won over gamers everywhere in Japan, the US, and all over the world after it became a spin off from the popular arcade game and fellow Nintendo property Donkey Kong. This was because of its iconic elements such as the Koopa Turtles and coins which helped the series become popular in 1985 when Super Mario Bros. was released onto the NES console and revolutionized gaming, especially since it has become used for lessons in video game design. However, Mario became popular upon its introduction to America in 1987.
The series follows the plumber Mario as he goes on a quest to stop the evil Koopa tyrant Bowser after he kidnaps his love interest Princess Peach, ruler of the Mushroom Kingdom. Across the way, he encounters iconic enemies such as Goombas and Koopas and obstacles such as bricks, warp beams, and fire beams which have become important staples of the franchise and gaming as a whole. In the end, Mario defeats Bowser and saves the Mushroom Kingdom.
Since then Mario has spawned many more games and many more updates and changes in the forms of new enemies and obstacles from Banzai Bill Cannons and lasers to Cheep Cheeps and Thwomps. Mario has also accessed power ups such as Rainbow Invincibility and Fire Mushrooms which allow him to destroy enemies with fireball. As Nintendo has released more consoles, Mario has expanded onto them with popular games such as Super Mario Galaxy 1 and 2, Mario Kart, and Super Mario Odyssey which allows Mario to use his hat to gain the powers of his enemies and was released on Nintendo Switch in 2017. The franchise is headed to the big screen as an animated movie in April 2023. Mario shows no signs of slowing down, even after turning 40 years old.
please sign this petition now Mabel is sick !!
The despair of Mabel n Moon! Is this another cancer case from Airbnb negligence and Adhor farms in Camarillo California. You bet it is. There are NO COINCIDENCES!
“This can not be happening !” “ Molly come home from that rainbow bridge!” “ I need you more than ever now !” “ Please my goose ! I cry everyday sick that airbnb and Adhor farms murdered you and made us all sick !
As I was driving up to the retreat center late last night, my Mabel from now the series “ The Adventures of Mabel n Moon,” put her head on my lap trying to speak to me in the car. I said, “ What’s wrong Mabee?” She looked at me with her big brown eyes, as I comforted her and put my hand under her chin only to feel a bigger than lemon tumor obstructing her throat!( throat tumors and esophageal all in sulfuric acid exposure handbook )
I suddenly tried to take a deep breath, as it was one am in the morning and I was driving the Autisticana news media van with the other dogs on a on a dark slippery road. I wanted to get there before dawn so I could go feed the horses at the farm.
I could not hold back anymore, I screamed, cried and shouted , “ You unaccountable bastards Airbnb and Adhor farms ! “ Once again , the sulphuric acid poisoning that murdered Molly, and made Moon have a lesion and me , a splenectomy reared its ugly head once again , and now it is with Mabel . She is only 17 months old!
It is almost one year to the date , we all took off last year so happy to find a retreat place to write empowerment books for kids after the Covid pandemic hit hard. We wanted to empower our youth using our service dogs as characters for the books.
We read a great tag line that said , “Come stay at a beautiful strawberry farm , where your dogs can run through the fields, as you enjoy the fresh fruit.” Who would not bite at that perfect marketing scam.
After 3 weeks we were fully immersed at the farm on zoom meetings all day writing these great books with my tribe Autisticana. I felt so in the flow state where magic was being created daily to empower kids. We we’re all experiencing true teamwork from the group.
Then tragedy hit. Me and the dogs all started getting sick. I was losing all my hair, sores all over my mouth and my gums were burning and bleeding. I could not see correctly. The dogs were throwing up gallons. I was alone and panicked. I spoke to another renter and he said , “ Do you smell that ?”, I said , “ Yes , my eyes are burning and I do not feel well ! He said , “ It smells like sulphur!” I replied , “ You are correct, and this is the toxic kind! “ We both went to go check out these corroded sulphuric acid tanks that were putting out this mist, and leaching into the waters!
He was leaving the next day, but I was not, and I was unwell with four sick dogs alone in another state! I immediately took them all out of the farm to breathe, because all the windows were sealed shut in the cottages. I then knew something was up and took pictures of everything.
As we drove to find fresh air, I stopped at a hiking trail to walk with the dogs and to relax all of us and drink fresh water.
All of a sudden , I got very dizzy and fell on my head! Molly was crying and licking me, as she always stood my by side. I heard a voice say , “ Do not move , you took a hard hit on the rocks and your head is bleeding a lot.” I said in confusion and despair , “Please leave Molly by my side , she is my service dog and my person , she will freak out if you try to move her. Please round the other dogs and keep Molly close to me.” I was so weak and dizzy , I could not do anything but try to put my hand out so Molly would stop crying.
I then heard all the fire trucks and ambulances. They said, I had a very bad adhesion to the eye , and most likely a concussion, and before you knew it, the place was packed with fire trucks, cops and ambulances. They wanted to take me immediately to the hospital, but I said , I could not leave Molly or the dogs. They said , can you call anyone, and I told them that we were all exposed to poison on a farm and were here out of state working on a project. I told them , we were all sick , and I called the farm and airbnb emergency and no one got back to us; so I jumped in the car to breathe and get the dogs away.
Not airbnb nor the farm responded , not once !
I was all alone with zero help and the farm nor airbnb could care less. I had no where to go and the ambulance sat with me for two hours because there was no one to watch the dogs. They finally followed me back to where the tragedy began, and friends and family called me every hour to make sure I stood awake.
It was awful , then it got worse. The dogs were having convulsions and throwing up all over the place. I jumped back in my van all stitched up and took them to an emergency hospital. I waited hours and hours with a concussion because vets were so strict about getting in. They finally took the dogs in and then came out to tell me that their vitals were fine, and that they probably just ate something bad. They said, the dogs will be fine.
As soon as I left, with a concussion mind you , they were all throwing up again. I was alone and beside myself. I went to the store and got them broth and probiotics and made them soup. That lasted a couple of days. I could not focus on my injuries, which ended up being a cracked eye socket and more. These animals are my children and needed attention.
I came home, called the farm again and the manager that covers for the owner Leslie , said do not worry you will be fine. No one did anything to help us! I said to myself , I am not an idiot! I called Airbnb to help
me and they were rude, unhelpful in an emergency and would not even refund three months of pay that I paid to stay here, so I could find another place , which was impossible during Covid.
I did not know what to do. I was panicked , and tried to keep my work going with my news team as I wanted to
protect them of what was happening. . My job is and always will be to keep their spirits high and launch them into the real world .
Barbara Walters was always my mentor , and she was a tough lesson for me as she always said, “The show must go on ! “ So I tried , and a day later My Molly collapsed. I ran to another vet hospital. All of a sudden , the vet came out to me, oand said it’s not good. I was in shock ! I said , what do you mean , I was at a vet last week and he told me all their vitals were fine. I could not believe it nor could I stop crying.! Being in the oncology field most of my life , the vet showed me Molly’s scans. Her lungs were filled up with neoplasms most likely cancerous cells. Completely filled without any room to breathe. At that moment , my life was taken from me. I could not believe it ! She was 7 , and always healthy ! Even my home vet could not believe it. She never ever had one problem and was at that vet for checkups more than I ever went to a salon. I was broken, as well I still had a concussion. I took her and the other dogs to the best hospital in Ventura. She told me Molly would not make it. I did not want to believe it. I said how can she go from totally clear lungs from one vet in three weeks to completely cancer ridden in the lungs. She told me toxic chemicals would do that because they are so strong and dogs immune systems are 7 times faster, thus every 1 year of age is 7 years of age to all of us. I could not stop crying. I stayed in and out of that hospital for five days with my other sick dogs in my van. I called in my friends to fly in and drive us all the way back to Ny. I had to get oxygen to take her home . The worst day of my life was putting down my best friend. The sadness, the guilt and so much more will never leave me.
A few weeks later , I was covered with mouth sores and had a white blood count close to leukemia. My gums were bleeding and no one could figure out what was going on. I said sulphuric acid poisoning. They did not understand that language at all. A week later they removed my spleen.
I started doing every bit of research about sulphuric acid exposure. As stated, and I have attached it to this blog . Exposure will cause eyes burning , gums bleeding , larynx, pharynx and throat cancer. It also said lung cancer and sudden death within a month. Exactly what Molly had died from !
I tried to fight and no one would listen. I experienced con artist lawyers, insurance companies and heard nothing from Airbnb nor the farm ! Not one call, zero reimbursement for the three months and not one penny for 20 k in vet bills. A million dollars would not heal my broken heart and still will not.
I did what I always do, and redirected my heartbroken self and team to make lemonade out of lemons and finish Molly’s beautiful books in her name and move onto another fun series , “ The Adventures of Mabel n Moon “ A whole adventure of books , redirecting the pain we went through to healthy stories and fun interactive positive empowerment lessons for kids.
I thought this would be great to take the focus off the bad and redirect to my two funny puppies, “Mabel n Moon in service training “, to be like their big sister Molly.
We did it, we worked hard and the books are in process to be celebrated and released !
What !!!!! Now Mabel has a huge tumor in her throat at a little over a year old ! Why ? I will tell you why! Sulphuric Acid poisoning! Adohr Farns and Airbnb Negligence!
I have not told my team yet, although they will read this.
There is not one coincidence here! Everything we have all suffered from has been from that exposure at that farm , it is all textbook and I have so many vet notes and my own doctors notes for data purposes.
What you ask ? How do I redirect now ? Write books on losing a twin called , “Left Behind” By Moon the lonely twin.
Mabel is going into the hospital soon, and now I am asking everyone to be accountable ! Please step forward and help us as a team of conscious leaders !
Make Airbnb and Adhor farms in Camarillo accountable for the destruction of me , my dogs and my team.
As I say every day to my media team every day !
“We are stronger as a team than we are alone !”
I now need all your help ! Every activist, animal lover , special needs activist, lawyer, celebrity, animal cruelty organization and more. Ellen Degeneres ! Everyone Please re sign this new petition and help us as a team so justice is made.
There are hundreds of migrant workers getting sick on that farm everyday and my friends who came to rescue us are Spanish. They investigated as well as they spoke to all the workers. The workers told them that they are getting sick every day , but need to send the money home.
I am asking again , please share this with everyone you know! Make this go VIRAL ! So people are made accountable and this will never happen again. I can not go through this anymore and we need help !
I need an influencer who loves animals to please step up !!
With a heavy heart !
founder of autisticana.org
“A news media team that is going to sweep the nation.”
As well the agriculture commissioner for the area , sent me a ridiculous subjective survey speaking to the manager and taking his word.
Really ? Not one professional objective measure ! Wow! Do your job !
Sulfuric acid is used to yield crops.
It is all here , all lethal, and I am sure Adohr Farms nor Airbnb never adhere to these guidelines. As well Farm land needs to be banned off of Airbnb , there have been thousands of cases and Airbnb just pay to cover it up, as all the victims suffer. As well the farm is covered with migrant hard working vulnerable employees, so everything goes undocumented !!!
Hope takes action … please help ! We need all the professionals to step forward !
“Life is too short, eat desserts first”
For this week’s recipe we have decided to create flourless chocolate cake because it tastes great and a lot of us have stomach issues.
We went to look up the history behind these flourless options and to our surprise it was not because of gluten allergies. This is what we found out about this kind of cake.
Flourless chocolate cake was invented in Ferrara, Italy. Over there this particular cake is called La Torta Tenderina. The name refers to the cake’s almost creamy interior which is enclosed in a fragile thin crust .
A flourless cake is a type of cake that does not use flour as an ingredient. Instead, the recipe includes alternatives such as ground nuts, almond meals, or puréed fruits to bind the ingredients together. Flourless cakes can be baked or unbaked depending on the recipe.
We decided to create two different options, one flourless cake by scratch and the other a pre-made box by Godiva. Both of the cakes took a similar time to bake, both have ganache toppings.
As investigators we researched what ganache meant and the history behind it.
Ganache is a popular, smooth and thick chocolate paste often used as a frosting on chocolate cake or a filling in chocolate truffles. The story about how it was created says that one day a French pastry master in Paris asked his assistant to melt chocolate and heat cream. The assistant did both and without direction combined the two ingredients. The master saw what had happened and he was infuriated yelling at his assistant that the mixture was a total “ganache” which was an insult back in the days. The insult is probably from the French word “Ganacher”, which means to slog, as if walking through mud or a mess. So in general, somehow the term was a colloquial way of insulting someone. But it also makes sense since ganache is dark chocolate and thick… visually speaking, sort of like yummy edible mud in some ways.
After the master tried the dark chocolate mistake, he decided to use it; the cakes filled with the chocolate mixture were always sold out. Every time they had to make more, the pastry master would say “hand me the ganache”. This is the legend about how this magnificent mixture was created.
Chocolate ganache glaze is a popular coating for chocolate cake. It first showed up around 1850. Without a doubt it is hard to know the true story of where the recipe was born because both France and Switzerland claim they are the creators of the original recipe. The famous book “Larousse Gastronomique” states that the chocolate recipe was created in Paris and so this is true to the original story.
There are many ways to use this silky chocolate paste, as well as several methods to make it depending on the application. The basic recipe is really easy to make, you just have to combine two parts of high quality chocolate and one part of cream.