I made my first youtube video the other day. It was a spur of the moment thing, but hey, you gotta start somewhere, right?
I can’t remember who first showed me how to do this a few years ago, but it is now pretty much the only way I cut watermelon. I love how I don’t have to eat up to the rind. In fact, I like to eat from the outside in, because I think it is sweeter in the middle.
Hope everyone is enjoying their summer, so far. I know that after the long, cold winter we had, I am enjoying every minute of it!!!
Potato chips were something I really enjoyed in the past and I really liked the spicy ones, so it I have been having some fun playing around with a bunch of kale I recently purchased. These are so easy to … Continue reading →
This smoothie blend idea was sparked by Chris Kendall from The Raw Advantage. I would never have thought to combine citrus and melon, but it is really tasty. And I agree that it does remind me of creamsicles! Creamsicle Smoothie … Continue reading →
We have been having the most wonderful weather here. The high today was PLUS 11C! I struck it big at the grocery store on Tuesday with a plethora of oranges, bananas and pineapple, as well as some nice celery. Nice … Continue reading →
A new year has arrived and with that comes a reflection of the previous year and where to head in the new year. This year our family has decided to kick it up a notch and try to focus on … Continue reading →
Sundays are my favourite day of the week. We make a habit of getting together for lunch every Sunday, so no matter how busy any of us have been, it gives us a chance to catch up on the happening’s … Continue reading →
I am not a huge fan of breakfast. I prefer not to eat too soon after I wake up. So I usually go about my morning routine and then try to wrangled something up to break the previous evenings fast. … Continue reading →
I had a hard time this year saying good-bye to summer. It did come rather late this year, but it ran on into September and made me appreciate that we homeschool even more. We were even able to sneak in … Continue reading →