It’s summer, so I’ve been terribly derelict in my blogging duties. That said, we’re rounding the corner, and I’m excited to get back into a routine (the whole family is). That’s just the way my family thrives.
So, to jump start that “routine” mindset, I’ve decided to present a recipe, along with its source, every Monday. I don’t know about you, but on Monday’s, I need all the nudges, hacks, and breaks I can get.
Sometimes it will be MY recipe, sometimes it will come from elsewhere, but always something I’ve tried.
Who doesn’t love PEAS? Especially when presented alongside this adorable, retro graphic from Good Housekeeping of yore (scroll past the Giant to get to the good one.)?!
Here’s a yummy side dish to serve with a very basic main dish–be it deli sandwiches, on top of a chicken salad, or with a veggie burger:
Side note: this recipe calls for Lemon Vitality oil–and that certainly provide the most flavor per drop–but you could certainly use 2-3 Tbsp. lemon juice concentrate from the store, which I have also done!
Romeo’s been on #SummerVacation for less than 5 hours, and he’s already turned our home into a #RecCenter, complete with posted directions. I had no idea our pool was an aquatic center 😆. Pardon me while I crank some Alice, y’all…
When you’re going on 8 years with a set of rings, and you can no longer wear Engagement and Wedding together–as you’ve reached the point of Angelus Maximus–it’s time to give up the ghost, and resize the set.
Oh, how I wish I had had a diffuser and lavender, (and maybe more to the point, cedarwood–even cheaper!–and marjoram) when I was waking up at 3 a.m. to work, and drugging myself at 7:30 p.m. so I got enough sleep to function!
If anybody gets it, it’s Robin Roberts. Well, and mamas of newborns. Naptime was sooo much better with Baby #2 over Baby #1…
I stole this one from Glennon Doyle Melton’s Instagram account. Having a time of tremendous time of blessing in our home currently, and trying to remember that we got here because we (almost) always tried to do the right thing.
And, now that we’re in the catbird seat, so to speak, we need to keep doing what’s right and kind–not what we’d like to do as a ‘fair’ return on the past treatment of others toward us.