One thing that I was a little worried about with starting low carb was breakfast. On weekends, bacon and eggs or sausage are fine, but through the week I barely have time to fill up my water bottle before I head out the door, let alone make myself breakfast. Our school mornings are usually a … More Sausage Bites for the win!
How have you been? I have a funny story to share. My parents stayed with us for a few days to help out with the girls during my husband’s surgery. A good laugh is long overdue on the blog and I apologize to my friends that have already heard it. The day before surgery, I … More Veggie Pizza and coffee mishaps!
I’m making a couple batches of this yummy treat tomorrow for a youth game night at our church. It’s a perfect fall treat, but I’m going to make it a little more festive this time by adding some candy corns to it. I may even go all crazy and drizzle some white chocolate on top. … More More Please! Repost of Brown Bag Caramel Popcorn
A few weeks ago, our girls got a little Lego bug and decided to bring out all the Legos and play together at the dining room table. They played happily together and got along for hours all day and into the night, I was afraid to even walk into the room and spoil the great … More Bruschetta makes it all betta
This is our first full week back to school. YAY! So far, this year has started off great for our girls. All three really like their teachers and were ready to be back in school. Yesterday it really started to feel like fall for the first time. I worked in the yard and wasn’t drenched … More Baked Zucchini Bites with Mom’s Dill Dip
Our youngest daughter is quite the character. Her strong spunky personality, quick wit, and ability to constantly keep us laughing (sometimes secretly) makes her extra special in our eyes. I’ve shared a few of her Dennis the Menace antics, but there are new ones on a weekly basis. I admit, I do get frustrated at … More Sugar Baked Smokies and ornery kids!
If you’ve read my blog before, you know I have a little love for goats. My dad helped raise goats and show them when he lived with his aunt Bee. They made their own goat milk and cheese and sold it. Along with helping to provide food, those goats were friendly little clowns that kept … More Goat Cheese Croutons