I read the internets too, you know.
When intelligent and discerning writers put the wisdom out there, I used to just read, file away in my brain, and move on. That’s not fair, now is it? To keep it all to myself like that?
While I would love to meal-plan, it doesn’t really work with the way I buy my groceries. During the summer months, we get our CSA surprises every week and I buy almost everything I need at the farmer’s market. During winter, I work out of my farmer’s market freezes and fill in the gaps at [...]
By a swift stroke of the “Register” button, I did one of two things: I either
(A) Signed myself up for a turbo-learning weekend of new and exciting approaches and ideas, or
(B) Set myself up to think I should be doing more, more, SO MUCH MORE.
I mentioned before that I resisted the idea of meditation. I’m a logical, practical-minded person, so when the new-ageys start talking about projecting energies and connecting with the inner self, I’m gone. Tuned out, be back after these outlandish messages.
However, I started coming [...]
It was like this. Some time ago, I was pregnant, third trimester-ish, and on a mission to find the perfect gluten free mug cake.
Mission may not be the right word. It was more of an obsession.
I searched recipe sites and Pinterest. I combed through comments to triage recipes. I mixed, I microwaved, I [...]
The scene: Mister and I are watching a movie. Over the course of 15 minutes…
“We need to leave by 8:30 or 9:00 on Saturday.”
“Lady A knows all of her numbers, except she flips 9 and 6 sometimes.”
“The pharmacy said our insurance covers Frodo’s skin cream but they don’t stock it, so I [...]
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I’ve said before that I’m a boring homeschool mom. No matter how fancy my worksheets are, [...]
Comfort food just isn’t the same as it used to be.
What was once flour, butter and sugar is now just an empty space where my beloved pastas and scones and brownies once were.
I may have mentioned before that since Mister discovered his gluten issues, we haven’t [...]
I’ve been a boring homeschool mom up until now. We read books, we work through reading lessons, we practice writing letters, and we do math workbooks.
Other than that, we play, which I think is the most important thing we can do for this life stage.
But I can do better.
We have the [...]
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