“Freak the Mighty” got me dismissed

Jake's class is reading "Freak the Mighty" together and completing activities that go along with the quiz. I re-read with Jake the chapters covered each day in class, and we talk about the book. It's something we enjoy together every day, and it helps his reading comprehension. Now if you've read that book, you know … Continue reading “Freak the Mighty” got me dismissed

Raising our own meat chicks

We raise our own meat; we believe it's a life skill everyone should have because you simply never know what will happen (case in point: the current COVID19 pandemic). We've raised our own beef and our own pork most recently. We have raised our own chickens for meat before, but the last time was before … Continue reading Raising our own meat chicks

Cinnamon rolls recipe

I've been making homemade bread almost every single day since the lockdown started here in Ohio. Ted loves loves LOVES homemade bread. He says it's his Kryptonite. I think cooking good food is my love language to him. The last few times I've made my mother-in-law's rolls, I've eyed that dough, thinking it would make … Continue reading Cinnamon rolls recipe

Garden arches and no bake cookies

I hear so many people complaining about being with their spouses 24/7 during this shutdown. I don't get it! We are LOVING all the time we're getting to spend together! We're both still working from home, but we're spending so much more time together. We're sharing all the chores, doing nice little things for each … Continue reading Garden arches and no bake cookies

Homemade French fries

I see a lot of people complaining that they can't get bags of frozen french fries and other "convenience" foods right now. I can't help but notice that the produce section is pretty full of fresh fruits and vegetables...and then I realized that maybe some folks don't know you can make your own fries from … Continue reading Homemade French fries