Whole Food Wednesdays and Gratitude

Me and My Grand Maman Jeanne D’Arc

Welcome to Whole Food Wednesdays! You’re invited to come and share your real food recipes using the Linky below. We’re excited to see what yummy things you’ve been creating and what great informational posts and videos you’ve got for us!

I love my grandmother. I mean, REALLY, really love my grandmother. She was also my Godmother. As my Godmother, she would be the one to take care of me if anything ever happened to my parents. This is an important title in the French Catholic religion. This title given to my grandmother, at my baptism, also meant that we had a special bond. Or at least I like to think so. I also carry her first name as my middle name. Her name is Jeanne D’Arc. This translates to Joan of Arc. Yes. That’s right, my grandmother’s name is Joan of Arc.

3 words to describe my grandmother: grace, dignity and warmth.

My grandmother was the type of woman to have her hair done, makeup on and a pencil skirt with matching blazer, crisp white shirt, nylons, heels and pearls on by 7 am. She treated her guests like royalty, serving orange juice in crystal champagne glasses at breakfast. She didn’t have a ton of money, but what she did have she used wisely. She only bought quality and made things last. To me, she is the definition of perfection.

Grand Maman and I sharing a laugh on my wedding day.

My grandmother recently passed away. I arrived back late on Sunday from my grandmothers funeral in Quebec feeling emotionally drained and almost numb. I feel that loss daily and struggle to get a handle of my emotions.

After all, she lived a good life. She lived independently until the day she died and drove up until she was 87. She was surrounded by love and lived a good life. Very few women from her generation can say that they traveled the world.

On my return flight to Vancouver Island I also found out my father was and is still in the hospital. As you can imagine, worry and loss are some of my predominant feelings right now. This is exasperated by the fact that I live very, very far away from my family. I couldn’t live any further if I had been trying.

Needless to say, I’ve been having a couple of rough weeks. The loss of a dear family member has left me with a feeling of deep loss.

My husband and I have a game we play when we’re struggling mentally and need to refocus on all the good in our lives. We list a minimum of 5 things we’re grateful for. It helps break the pattern of negativity and allows us to see the good or the beauty in our lives, even when things seem sad or bleak.

One of my top 5 gratitudes. My Husband.

I ask you to play with me today. In the comment section, please list 1 thing you are grateful for. I will list 5 (to stick to our household rules). Feel free to list as many as you like. If you have suffered a loss in your life, feel free to dedicate your gratitude to them. I’ll go first…

  1. I am so happy and grateful for the constant love and support of my husband who loves me no matter what, just the way I am and helps me be the best version of myself that I can be.
  2. I am so happy and grateful for the love of my sisters that take care of me even though we live so very far apart. In times of crisis they manage to make me feel like they are sitting right beside me.
  3. I am so happy and grateful for a wonderful home. A home that is safe, warm and filled with love.
  4. I am so happy and grateful for the fabulous country we live in, that allows me the freedom to follow what ever career I set my heart on.
  5. I am so happy and grateful for my journey to healthy real food. It has changed my life in a way I would have never been able to imagine.

I dedicate my gratitude to grand maman Jeanne D’Arc and my mother Irene.

Let us find bliss in the things we are so fortunate to have….

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I’m sharing this with Real Food 101, Mangia Monday’s, Monday Mania, My Meatless Monday, This Chick Cooks, Allergy Free Wednesday, Tasty Alternative, Whole New Mom, What’s Cooking Wednesday, Real Food Wednesday, Simple Lives ThursdayPennywise Platter Thursday, and Full Plate Thursday, Friday Food Flicks, Freaky Friday, Fight Back Friday, and Foodie Friday.

75 Responses to Whole Food Wednesdays and Gratitude

  1. Laureen April 18, 2012 at 5:03 am #

    France, sorry for your loss. My list of things I’m grateful for matches yours almost perfectly. We are truly blessed!

    • beyondthepeel April 20, 2012 at 6:32 pm #

      We are indeed Laureen!

  2. Amber H April 18, 2012 at 5:08 am #

    Dear France,

    Thank you for sharing.  I started to cry when I read this.  

    I’m so sorry to hear about your loss.  The love and bond between a granddaughter and grandmother is very strong – and very powerful!  

    On a personal note here, my grandparents raised me for many years; I lived with them most of my life until I went of to college.  They were the most incredible people! I don’t know where or who I would be without their love.  My Gramie was an amazing cook and I often talk about her on my blog.  If you visit my pickled egg post, you’ll get a little sense of it.  I’m sharing this because not everyone is close to their grandparents.  And their death can be profound and heart wrenching.  It certainly was for me.  So I can empathize with your pain, and again, I’m so sorry.  And I’m so sorry hear about your father.  My goodness France.  So much for you right now.    

    That being said, I love your attitude and ability to find peace and solace by looking around at the beautiful things right there in front of you.  We often take our loved ones for granted.  And a loss often brings us back to these connections!  

    Thinking of you and sending a big hug!

    • beyondthepeel April 20, 2012 at 6:32 pm #

      Thank you Amber. The kindness and sympathy shared in your words are powerful and I feel them for the 1000 of miles that separate us. We have never met yet you have taken the time to share your empathy. Thank you for that.

  3. Amber H April 18, 2012 at 5:10 am #

    Hi France.  Thank you for hosting despite the many things going on in your life right now!  

    This week I’m sharing three recipes: soup, salad and dessert.  One of my favorite meal combos!  :-)

    (1) A radicchio salad with warm fennel and apple topped with fresh squeezed orange juice (SCD Friendly) 


    (2) Roasted cauliflower soup with curry and coconut (Vegan, dairy free, gluten free, SCD, ACD).  


    (3) Bottomless Key Lime Pie with Whipped Coconut Lemon Cream (dairy free gluten free, cane-sugar free, SCD)



  4. smallfootprintmama April 18, 2012 at 5:24 am #

    I am so sorry for your loss! I too had a special connection with my grandmother who helped to raise me. Our grandparent’s generation were a caliber of people not often found these days. 

    This week I am grateful for the PACE program that will provide my mother in law with the care she so desperately needs and me with a much needed half-day break.

    I also am grateful that I am able to write the type of environmental and real food posts that I do for Small Footprint Family. This week I posted on CSAs and why everyone who can should join one.


    • beyondthepeel April 20, 2012 at 6:28 pm #

      What a lovely gratitude. SO often we complain about our social or care programs but so many of them do a lot of good. Thank you for that reminder.

  5. Debbie @ Easy Natural Food April 18, 2012 at 5:29 am #

    Hi France, I’m so sorry to hear about your Grandmother. What a wonderful relationship you had with her, that’s so special and I’m sure you have so many wonderful memories to cherish. Thanks for hosting despite all you have going on right now.

  6. Real_Food_Freaks April 18, 2012 at 9:38 am #

    Hi France, I posted two this week: My review for the gardening documentary “Back to Eden” and a story about a recent visit to the grocery store. 

  7. Linnae Dufresne April 18, 2012 at 10:38 am #

    I am so sorry for your loss, losing a loved one is never easy. My grandmother also recently passed and it is very difficult. Please make sure you take your time and really allow yourself to grieve. 
    One thing I am grateful for is waking up everyday and seeing my son’s smiling face. Everyday is a gift and I am making a conscious effort to LIVE everyday! 
    This week I am sharing a recipe for homemade “jello”- with out all the nasty junk in convetional jello!! 
    Thanks for hosting! 

    • beyondthepeel April 20, 2012 at 6:26 pm #

      Thank you for sharing with me Linnae. I am sorry to hear of your loss. I never took the time to grieve when my mother passed and carried a deep pain for far too long. Much tooooo long. I’m trying to be better at taking the time to grieve.. Thank you for the reminder.

  8. The Café Sucré Farine April 18, 2012 at 11:04 am #

    Frances, this is such a sweet tribute to your grandmother. She looks like a sweet, dear woman, the kind I love to get to know! You can tell from the pictures that she loved you and was very proud of you too! I’m so sorry for your loss and this difficult time – I know how it feels as my mom passed away as well as a brother in the past year. I am praying for you the God will give you His peace and comfort! 
    One of the things that I am so grateful for is each moment I get to spend with family and dear friends – I cherish these times as we never know when we won’t have another.

    • beyondthepeel April 20, 2012 at 6:24 pm #

      Hi Chris. Thank you for your sweet words. It’s challenging not to cry through all these beautiful comments. I knwo so many of you have dealt with loss similar to mine. Thank you for sharing it with the group and sharing your gratitude which encourages us all.

  9. Carol Ann April 18, 2012 at 11:11 am #

    I’m so sorry for your loss, my grandmothers died back in the 80’s but I still love and miss them every day. I am grateful for my wonderful children and grandchildren, that my grandmothers lived long enough for me to know them and be an important part of my life, my little garden that gives me fresh healthy food and so much more. Try to stay strong and thinking positively, I know how hard it can be at times like this. 

    • beyondthepeel April 20, 2012 at 6:22 pm #

      Thank you Carol Ann for taking the time to add a lovely gratitude. The more we are thankful the more good we invite into our lives.

  10. Susan April 18, 2012 at 11:55 am #

    Thanks for encouraging us with your “game”. I’m grateful for my Savior, Jesus Christ!

  11. Katie April 18, 2012 at 12:03 pm #

    Sorry to hear of your grandma’s passing. What a beautiful tribute to her. 

  12. Jeanette Chen April 18, 2012 at 12:08 pm #

    France, I am so sorry to hear about your loss and the tough times you are going through. Although difficult to get through, I do believe that once we come out on the other side, we are more mature and more compassionate. With the loss of my mother-in-law and father-in-law, who were just like my parents if not more, I appreciate them so much now that they are gone. Life is fleeting so I try to embrace each day and treasure every moment I have with my family.

    • beyondthepeel April 20, 2012 at 6:20 pm #

      Thank you Jeanette. I believe that as well. No matter how challenging loss can be, we do come out stronger as a result.

  13. Tessa April 18, 2012 at 12:40 pm #

    France, I am so sorry for your loss!  I have lost both of my grandmas in recent history, I know your grief well.  I know their spirited energy still flows through my daily life. 
    I am greatful for my close family and the love we share.  i love that i look to them first for all things in my my life and I know they will always support and love me through my struggles.

    • beyondthepeel April 20, 2012 at 6:20 pm #

      You do indeed have something so special to be grateful for. SO many people don’t have aloving supportive family. That’s a great gratitude.

  14. The Soulicious Life April 18, 2012 at 2:43 pm #

    I’m so sorry to hear about your Gram, France. I too lost mine late last year at the ripe and beautiful age of 91. I still think about her and miss her nearly every day. One of my biggest gratitudes in life is having had her as a mentor. They say that grief is the knowledge that we loved and were loved. How lucky we are to have had at least one good, strong women in our lives to set such a wonderful life example for us.  

    • beyondthepeel April 20, 2012 at 6:18 pm #

      They say that grief is the knowledge that we loved and were loved. How truly beautiful and very true. I love how it puts loss into a positive light. Thank you for sharing it with me and I’m sorry to hear of your loss as well.

  15. Jessica April 18, 2012 at 3:26 pm #

    What a lovely post.  Your grandmother was an amazing woman – I am so sorry for your loss.  I will dedicate my  thank-yous to my baby that I lost in October with a D&C at 14 weeks.  I love and miss you, my precious little one…I would have met you in just a few days, April 23rd.  
    But, I am SO grateful for my amazing husband and my precious 2 year old son.  Both bring me unimaginable joy!  I am also grateful that my parents are coming today to visit for a month.  And, I am most grateful for God, my Father, who has carried me through the past 6 months.  Because of Him, I will be reunited with my baby one day.

    • beyondthepeel April 20, 2012 at 6:16 pm #

      Thank you for sharing this with us Jessica. How emotional this all must be. WHat a beautiful dedication.

  16. Camilla Mann April 18, 2012 at 5:41 pm #

    This is my first week joining Whole Food Wednesday; I linked up a roasted root salad. Hope I followed all the rules correctly. For my 20th high school reunion last summer I had to distill who I was into a few snipets. I think I succeeded: tree-hugging, veggie crunching, jewelry-designing mean mommy who loves to cook and hates to clean. This year I am teaching my boys to cook through an around the world adventure; we’re cooking dishes from every country on the globe. Well, that’s me. I am grateful for farmers’ markets, wildflowers, adventure, and passion. Oh, and my three boys – tall and small!

    • beyondthepeel April 20, 2012 at 6:15 pm #

      Thank you for your kind words and thank you for a wonderful introduction. It always warms my heart when I hear moms teaching their boys to cook. You’ve chosen a fun ways of doing it so they stay engaged. I love that it introduces them to new food and flavors!

  17. Camilla Mann April 18, 2012 at 5:48 pm #

    I meant to add that I’m sorry for your loss. I lost two grandparents within a month (different sides) last year and what made it easier to bear: they lived full, fabulous lives. And I was grateful to have had them in my life for as long as I did…and grateful that my boys got to know their great-grandparents.

  18. Heather @Gluten-Free Cat April 18, 2012 at 9:03 pm #

    What a precious post!  I’m so sorry, France.  But I love the way you’ve turned grief into joy in the remembrance of an amazing woman and a challenge for us all to be grateful.

    I am grateful for a husband who loves me unconditionally, challenges me, encourages me, and never lets me forget that he’s my best friend.

    • beyondthepeel April 20, 2012 at 6:10 pm #

      Thank you Heather. Thank you for your kind words, and your gratitude that is genuine and loving.

  19. MLou April 18, 2012 at 11:35 pm #

    France, I don’t know you or your Grandmaman, but I feel your pain and sense your loss.  She looked like a wonderful lady.  I cried when I read this post.  May God bless you in this time of need.
    P.S. You will see her again some day, this I know.

    • beyondthepeel April 20, 2012 at 6:08 pm #

      It wasn’t an easy post to write but all the love I am getting from strangers, right here on the blog is absolutely amazing in every way. Thank you Marly.

  20. mjskit April 18, 2012 at 11:46 pm #

    France – I am so sorry for the loss of your grandmaman. I know how hard such a loss is but you are making her proud by celebrating her life, her good life.  I love how you and your husband deal with the stresses of life. You are obviously best friends. That’s what I’m grateful for. My husband is my best friend and has supported me in sickness and in health. He is my rock and I am his rock. I wouldn’t have it any other way. A very lovely post. Thanks for taking the time and effort to write it in this emotionally hard time.

  21. Elsa April 19, 2012 at 12:27 am #

    I am so sorry for your loss. I understand how you feel. A family friend had a stroke recently and it doesn’t look like he will recover, so we’ve been emotionally exhausted around here as well. If it wasn’t for him, I wouldn’t be where I am today, so it’s heartbreaking.

    And here is what I’m grateful for. I have a husband that is my equal in every way, and my best friend, and together we have two amazing kids. :)

    Today I am sharing roasted potatoes with sage, rosemary, and garlic.

    • beyondthepeel April 20, 2012 at 6:05 pm #

      What a wonderful gratitude Elsa. Beautiful. I’m sorry to hear you are going through an emotional time as well. It’s never easy yet somehow these life circumstances have the power to make us stronger.

      • beyondthepeel April 20, 2012 at 6:07 pm #

        Thank you MJ, Life is so much easier when on is married to their best friend. SO true.

  22. Joanne April 19, 2012 at 12:26 pm #

    I’m so sorry for your loss, chica!  But your grandmother sounds like a wonderful amazing person who lived such a full life, which is all you can really ask for!

    I am grateful that I am healthy and strong and that I am surrounded by people who care about me and support me.

    • beyondthepeel April 20, 2012 at 6:04 pm #

      When I’m down, remembering how much love and support I have in my life always makes me feel better. Thanks you for your condolences Joanne.

  23. inspirededibles April 19, 2012 at 12:40 pm #

    France, I am so sorry for your loss… what a beautiful dedication post you have written for your Grandmother.  I tell you, there is an unmatched zest for life and twinkle in the eye of a French Canadian woman – they are simply one of a kind.  Lighting up our lives and the world around them.  What a blessing.

    • beyondthepeel April 20, 2012 at 6:02 pm #

      Thank you Kelly. You do have such a magical way with words. French Canadian women are truly one of a kind.

  24. Melanie April 19, 2012 at 12:58 pm #

    So sorry for your loss.  It sounds like you have a treasure trove of good memories to keep close to your heart.  Today I’m sharing a recipe from my grandmother, swiss chard wrapped soutzoukakia.  They are a quick and healthy dinner, enjoy!

    • beyondthepeel April 20, 2012 at 6:01 pm #

      How fitting Melanie. Thank you for sharing a family recipe with us all. What a treat.

  25. Emily @Cleanliness April 19, 2012 at 4:28 pm #

    I am so sorry for your loss. Such a beautiful dedication. (And your handbag is gorgeous, too!)

    • beyondthepeel April 20, 2012 at 6:00 pm #

      Thank you Emily. She was perfection in my mind.

  26. Real_Food_Freaks April 20, 2012 at 3:54 pm #

    What a loser I am.  I think I posted this week without reading the rules or the post.  I am so very sorry for your loss France.  Those moments really do make us grateful for what we do have.

    I am grateful for the fact that we are able to afford quality food and resources.  And that I have the time and means to make food properly.  This is luxury for some and I do not take it for granted. 

    • beyondthepeel April 20, 2012 at 5:59 pm #

      Your gratitude is so true. We are so very fortunate to be able to enjoy the foods we do.

  27. Miz Helen April 21, 2012 at 9:54 pm #

     Hope you are having a great week end and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

  28. Sarah @ Real Food Outlaws April 22, 2012 at 12:51 am #

    France, I am so sorry for your loss. I lost my beautiful grandmother, who was my kindred spirit, 3 years ago. I understand what a void this kind of loss leaves in the soul. 

     I’m Sarah and my blog is Real Food Outlaws. I am posting today my simple yogurt how-to. 


  29. Chaya April 23, 2012 at 4:59 pm #

    Thanks for sharing  this.  It is inspiring and lovely.

  30. Adrienne @ Whole New Mom April 24, 2012 at 4:52 pm #

    Thanks for linking up to Allergy-Free Wednesdays. Hope to see you again tomorrow.

  31. Janyt Piercy April 25, 2012 at 5:21 am #

    What a huge loss for you.  So sorry


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