Sadly, I don’t know if I’ll get to finish this post before it goes up. If I do, great; if I don’t, we don’t love our boy any less!
Summer Days, D-rifting Away… July 21, 2010
What do we do with Mustard Greens? July 20, 2010
Side dishes are a lot more interesting since we joined a CSA. Husband put a leaf of mustard green on Anja’s sandwich one day, and she took it out, fanning her mouth and proclaiming it “hot.”
So we found a different way to use them, which was much more palatable.
Sunday Sunshine 07.18.10 July 18, 2010
Can we talk about how much I need something like this myself? Grown-ups are not immune to the need for a retreat, and we are wise to do this for our kids.
And in case you ever wondered who lives in the picture-perfect rooms you find in Pottery Barn or Ballard, now you know. It’s Gary and Elaine.
I Heart Summer Food! July 17, 2010
Look at your blog July 16, 2010
Never mind that she’s not supposed to be playing on that bookcase…
Also, I had a very involved dream about Sherman recently. He got thrown (by Anja) off a very large waterfall and we went to all sorts of lengths to rescue him, including talking to some people about filtering all the water out of the river until we could find him.
Cherry Pie July 15, 2010
We got some sour cherries in our CSA box, so I made this pie. I think it was my first cherry pie. The crust seemed sticky and the filling took forever to thicken on the stove (I even drained off a little juice and added a couple more teaspoons cornstarch), but the finished product was quite delicious! As you can see, I don’t really take time to make fussy edges or beautiful lattice on my pie. Husband called it the “melting ghost” pie.
We don’t really understand… July 14, 2010
why her drawing came home from Sunday School this way. Maybe if the lesson had had something to do with the crucifixion. But it didn’t. Wouldn’t it be interesting to take a walk inside their minds?