Warning: This might be the most random post I’ve ever written. I’m wearing white jeans and sandals today…after Labor Day. Please don’t tell my dad. At least my sandals are not white, and I do have on a cardigan. (And it is in the 70’s today) At my 8:15am dentist appointment this morning, the hygienist… Read More Very Random Things
It’s a new season of family life around here. I realized that again over the holidays when I was trying to create our annual Christmas card and discovered I had not even ONE photo of our whole family together from the previous year. So, taking family photos was a top priority for the four weeks… Read More Said Goodbye Again, But Not Without A Pic This Time
So…October 8 came and went, and nothing out of the ordinary happened. Maybe the “good thing” that was supposed to happen is something we don’t know about yet, or maybe it was a call to count our current blessings ~ good things that we may be taking for granted. Admittedly, the “prophecy” sounded like it… Read More Cape Octobers & Good Things
Last Saturday was the perfect day for apple picking. It was even hot outside, which I always hope for in September. We went to an orchard we’ve never been to before called Cold Spring Orchard which is actually the one run by UMass. I remember having someone from the orchard come and speak at The… Read More Gluten Free/Paleo Friday: Chicken Tenders With Creamy Cider Sauce
Happy Friday! It’s beautiful here today, and as much as I dread the coming cold, it is nice to have a bit of a break from the humidity. Feels like you can breathe again. My fall wreath is now hung on the front door, which usually doesn’t happen until October, and I’m mentally planning a… Read More Gluten Free/Paleo Friday: Kale Avocado Salad (A brunch and providential produce, too)
It’s already happening. I couldn’t wear shorts on my run this morning and had to pull out the long-sleeved t-shirts as well Next thing you know ~ probably tomorrow morning by the looks of it ~ I’ll be wearing mittens on my morning runs. Mitten day is always a sad day, because it ominously marks… Read More A Poem and a Latte Help, I Guess.