Unique School Lunches

My kids love the sack lunch.  They don’t love the same lunch week after week.  And I don’t love being in the kitchen which means . . . they have to come up with their own ideas.  The first couple of weeks, my son decided the most efficient means of making his lunch was . . . → Read More: Unique School Lunches

Taking Over the World

We’re dog sitting all this week. The biggest difference we’ve noticed? We now have 2 dogs staring at us opposed to just one.

“I think I know what they’re thinking,” Anabelle said. “They wish they could take over the world!”

We imagined what the world would be like if they did take over the . . . → Read More: Taking Over the World

How to Make Ice Cream on a Trampoline

It was a hot summer day and we didn’t have any ice cream in the house.  We did, however, have a carton of half & half.  Have you ever heard of ice cream in a bag?

The concept is simple. In a gallon size ziptop bag, you fill it half full with ice and . . . → Read More: How to Make Ice Cream on a Trampoline

What to Do with Tart Apples

Thanks to Bountiful Baskets, I came home Saturday with a bunch of lovely produce.  Yet, the apples were TART!  So I did something I haven’t done since I was a teen.  I took a room temperature block of cream cheese and mixed it with 1/2 c. of brown sugar and a half cap full . . . → Read More: What to Do with Tart Apples