A few weeks ago, Macie found our first egg in the backyard....good job Macie!
These were found this morning:
This was one of the most memorable "date nights" throughout our marriage....lol
(dancing lessons comes in second place.)
We had such a great time working on the nursery last week with a few of the children, I wanted to share some pics so you can catch the vision that we're a part of:
We had an excess of cabbages, so our friend researched how to dehydrate them into "cabbage chips." She used a combination of the following recipes (click pdf document below):
The yummy cabbage chips were wonderful!
(BTW, this recipe can also be used for kale, spinach, chard, collard greens, beet greens, sorrell and arugula.
I REALLY ENJOYED THIS LITTLE CLIP:
Here's a link with more info:
On Friday, we were approaching the last day to enjoy a substantial homeschool discount at our local water park. I could not recruit a last minute energetic adult to assist with managing all children in a potentially risky environment, nor did I have a budget to purchase tickets for our entire family. So, I had pretty much resolved that I'd only take a few of our older children, and arrange a separate outing for the "littles" (6 and younger.) As much as I wanted to spare the disappointment of the younger children, it is part of life to experience this unfavorable emotion at times.
My resolution was for our children 6 and younger (with the exception of MaYah), to enjoy visiting our friend and watch movies, bake brownies and make scrapbooks. This allowed for me to relax and take our oldest 4 children out for a waterpark excursion (see pics below.)
Our friend makes this simple, and delicious, salad with just a few ingredients. Aside from a limited investment to begin, it can also be made in bulk and it will store well in the fridge...YEAH!
This was just a small sampling of the leftovers from our Agriculture Co-Op....The majority was grown or gathered locally (all but the oranges)
As I've mentioned before, try to Support Local & Eat Healthy :)