A few things

Just popping in to say hello and give a quick rundown of what’s going on around here lately. We’ve finally settled into a comfortable routine regarding what we eat. After many trials of being grain-free, gluten-free, and dairy-free, our experiments have led us to our (hopefully) final destination in healthy eating. I will try to… More A few things

My Green Thumb Girl

  I was using old magazines and newspapers to pack up glassware. My girl slipped a seed catalog out of the mix and settled in for a good read. The gardening bug hits early around here! 🙂  

Liebster Award

One of my new favorite blogs, Country Road Abode, recently nominated me for a Liebster Award! It is an informal way for bloggers to learn more about each other, discover new blogs, and perhaps gain a few new readers in the process. I have always been a fan of those silly personality surveys on social… More Liebster Award

Buckwheat Pancakes

If you are still here and don’t follow my Facebook page, then you may have been wondering where I’ve been for the past few months.    My husband and I are, of course, over the moon!! I am currently 17 weeks, nearly halfway there already! I started a separate blog called On the Nest to… More Buckwheat Pancakes

Ice Storm

Just a few images of the ice storm aftermath. It didn’t seem as bad as anticipated, and we didn’t even lose power, thankfully. Wishing everyone a very merry Christmas! Enjoy this wonderful time of joy and love as we celebrate the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ. My mother and her husband are on their… More Ice Storm

Easy Homemade Yogurt

There are a gazillion recipes, methods, and rules out there for making yogurt. Specific temperatures, proper insulation, expensive equipment- it’s enough to make a girl buy a tub of Stonyfield and call it a day. I have found, though, that it is really quite simple. Milk + yogurt + warmish temperatures for a longish amount of… More Easy Homemade Yogurt

A quick hello

Well folks, tomorrow is Thanksgiving. I don’t personally care much for the holiday itself; I see it as a great excuse to get together with family, make good food, and enjoy a long weekend. It’s not often that I get to cook for crowds, and I really love it. Creating nourshing food from scratch and… More A quick hello