Emerson yelping. He got a shot today and had a reaction. Turns out he's more dramatic than Oliver is.......go figure.
The air conditioning. Mid-90's all week with full-on humidity. Yuck!
The sprinkler. My poor garden is getting watered once to twice a day. I convinced Oliver & Emerson to follow me into the sprinkler yesterday. This made Oliver go crazy - running all around like a madman. Emerson fell for it one more time before they both refused to follow me anymore. I'll try it again tomorrow.....I bet they'll fall for it again!
3 Things I'm Posting This Week:
Real Food on a Real Budget
Recipe for Whipped Butter Cream Body Butter
Introducing New Chickens To The Flock
3 Things I've Found On The Web:
This recycled & re-purposed men's sweater. Love it!
I must make this Pear Jam this year. It includes honey AND vanilla.....yum! I actually just saw his new book at the bookstore the other day. Maybe just maybe I need it.
50 ideas for using up fabric remnants. Great ideas, just need to find the time.....
If you’re just tuning in, this is an ongoing series in which I share our weekly meal plan as I (attempt) to convert us to a Whole/Real Food lifestyle. Our grocery budget is $100.00/week for 2 adults. Often I make 2 different meals because I am primarily plant-based and my husband is not. Most of what we eat is made from scratch and any boxed, canned and/or frozen products follow the Real Food...
1. Maximize Less Expensive Foods Part of this tip is getting into the habit of eating in season because in season veggies are typically much cheaper than out of season. The other thing to consider is thinking about ingredients you and your family enjoy that are (either seasonally or year-round) cheaper and incorporating them more into your meals. For instance, carrots are a pretty inexpensive...
If you’re just joining in, the “Change Your Life In 2018” series is my quest to make some small changes this year. Rather than setting easily forgotten resolutions I wanted to focus on 12 changes that would help me learn and grow as a person. I’ve chosen to focus on one change per month so that it could not only become a more manageable goal, but I have a better chance at making these new habits...
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