I usually food prep over the weekend or at least on Monday’s when I have the house to myself, but with the holiday weekend, the task of prepping my food for the week and meal planning was on my To-Do list for today. This simple, weekly routine has helped keep healthy eating on our radar … Continue reading Healthy Harvest – Food Prepping
Explosive scattering kindness happening right NOW! 💕I am part of a challenge called the #5dollardash! 💗💕Not just today on #worldkindnessday but everyday! I have to: 1. Wear sunglasses. 😎 2. Anonymously give an encouraging ✉️card and $5 💵to someone. 3. Leave it at their front 🚪 door. Knock and dash! 👟 4. Record 📽the whole … Continue reading DID YOU SCATTER KINDNESS ON 🌎 KINDNESS DAY?
This blog post was inspired by the new book by Karen Ehman titled, Listen, Love, Repeat which releases on November 15, 2016 you can purchase a copy at http://listenloverepeatbook.com. So often we hear the expression, no matter how much space I have in my home, they always gather in the kitchen. I'm sure everyone has … Continue reading Gathered In This Sacred Space
Today marks one week that I dropped my youngest child - my son - off at college. The week has been quiet, with lots of time for thinking. I've done my best to avoid the conversations that started "So, how'd he make out?" , "What's it feel like?" and "Are you done crying?". I know … Continue reading Wait…Just A Little Bit Longer
This morning I found one of the chicks in distress. As I removed the covering I had over the cage for the evening, I saw that one little gal had a string hanging from her mouth. I lifted her out of the crate and upon further inspection saw that her toungue was hanging out of … Continue reading Challenges Of A First Time “Chick-keeper”
The chicks are getting so big, so fast. Already outgrew the brooder. I think they like their new home.
Ingredients: 2 cloves garlic 2 cups packed, stemmed Italian parsley Course salt 1/4 cup walnuts 1/2 cup freshly grated Parmesan cheese, or to taste 2/3 cup olive oil Directions: In a food processor place the garlic, parsley, pinch salt, walnuts, and cheese. Process until they form a paste. Gradually blend in olive oil, taste adjust … Continue reading Healthy Harvest Recipe: Parsley Chicken Rub (or Parsley Pesto)
Parsley is known to eliminate that bad doggy breath that simply doesn't match that cute doggy face. Ingredients: 2 cups of parsley, chopped (stalk and leaves) 1 large carrot, grated 1/2 cup cheddar or other strong hard cheese, grated 3 T Extra Virgin Olive Oil 2 1/2 cups whole-wheat flour 3/4 cup hot chicken stock … Continue reading Parsley Dog Biscuits