In this post, I am participating in Making Your Home a Haven, and Marriage Mondays. I am so excited to get to this week’s challenge I want to breeze through last week, but I wont. 😛 So last week was about tenderness, and the suggestion was a serious pillow fight in the living room. We… Continue reading Making Your Home a Haven, Part #5
For what it’s worth (and because I’ve been asked), this is my basic schedule since we moved about 6 weeks ago. I’ve included the other stuff too, just to give you an idea of how I work around everything else. Our mornings are prepped the night before, (because as I’m sure you know, chopping celery… Continue reading A Typical Day….because you asked.
In the spirit of new blog friends, and good friends starting new blogs, I’m posting a rando ’50 Things’ list of stuff about me that isn’t too obvious. Consider it the intro I never wrote. I’d love to read your 50 things! 1. I got married when I was 19 and my husband was 21,… Continue reading 50 Things!
When I was a kid, I wouldn’t eat anything green – unless it was some form of candy or ice cream. This horrified my then strictly vegan father, a hippie powerhouse of health, which very likely amused my mother, who was a Kraft Dinner loving, late night ice cream eating kinda gal (I say ‘was’… Continue reading Eat Your Fruits and Veggies (and Check Your Oil)
As you know, I have three wee ones underfoot, and besides pancakes, I’ve made more batches of play doh than anything else in the last 10 years. I just came across this recipe that sounded good, so I gave it a shot. I really like the way it came together in the pot! It… Continue reading Play Doh, Blueberry Friands and Yam Chips
Alanna Kellogg has managed to cook up vegetables in a new way – every day for a year! That was almost four years ago and she’s still going with ideas on her blog, A Veggie Venture and her food column, Kitchen Parade. Her Leek and Root Vegetable Gratin is an amazing meal for nights when… Continue reading Alanna Kellogg of A Veggie Venture