If anyone is unaware of it by now, our motto is "Doing Good Rebounds"-to me, Karma! If you do something good in life, it will come back to you. Maybe not in a material way, but certainly in a way that will enrich your life. Christmas is a time for giving and thinking of others. Many people have needs that we can help meet-material needs are often evident in those lacking in funds to provide life's necessities. In addition, there are many people who are lonely, hurting or just in need of someone to lend a friendly ear or hand from time to time. Let us all do what we can, not only now, but all year. In doing so, we will make our lives richer and it will come back to us tenfold. I don't care what anyone says-we can never begin Christmas to early!! I am starting to look for ways to enrich my life this season and challenge you to do the same. Let's be the givers of kindness in every way we can. Hugs, Lorna
It is time to recognize all those people who have worked so hard to keep our country safe and free. Words that hit home to me from our National Anthem are: "home of the brave" and "land of the free". We are so blessed to have our military men and women, past and present. Please stop and take time to let all these fine people know how much they mean to us and appreciate their sacrifices to keep us safe. We at Karma will be doing something special for our veterans and current service people. It will be posted on face book (I am having trouble with this blog posting).
Cider simmering, cocoa along the way (yes, it was cold back home in NY in October), bags filled with candy and homemade goodies (safe, in our small community back in the 1960's), laughing with friends, hearing the crunch of leaves under our feet (and, at times, the falling of snow on our faces)-my memories of Halloween. Checking out everyone's costume, (those we had not seen at the school parade) and wishing I had a homemade one instead of a plastic mask and outfit (my mother was never creative, nor did she sew) and being happy, but a little envious of those who had wonderfully designed by mom costumes. Going home dead tired, to face another day of school in the morning; yet excited to pour all my candy from my bag and trade with my younger (and unsuspecting) sister for the "better candy". Great memories, and I hope my children and grandchildren will look back at Halloween and feel the same way (minus the plastic costumes-they have stories of their own of their mother's strange costume designs, lol). This is a day to feel young and enjoy the spirit of Halloween-have a wonderful day!!
These are the words from one of my favorite songs we sang in choir when my children were younger. It is how I feel about the last week at Karma. We are so grateful for all the patience, as we are growing busier; the kind words complimenting our food; and the friendship of so many Karma Friends. I love cooking for people who appreciate our kind of food. I am so pleased that we have grown so busy and made so many new Karma Friends! I will keep cooking, sharing and enjoying each day at Karma. Thank you to all who make me want to come and cook for you at Karma (and talk, you know I love to visit with you!). Hugs, Lorna
We at Karma have more than just sandwiches! We are expanding all the time with specials for everyone! This week our specials included Quiches, Vegetable Lasagna, Macaroni and Cheese and an assortment of soups. Gluten Free items are always available. We are so much more than a sandwich shop and will continue to add new specials and other items often. Don't forget our wonderful salads with home made dressings. Let us know what you want to eat-we will make it happen!!!