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I know it’s not quite Fall yet but the cooler mornings and seeing advertisements for Fall festivals and events has gotten me in the spirit!  I LOVE this time of year. I have already hung up my Fall front door wreath.  I made it a couple years ago w/ a wire frame and burlap ribbon. …
You know those days when you NEED chocolate and in particular chocolate pudding?! Whelp that is me today.  This week was the one in my antibiotic cycle (for Lyme treatment) where I take the most antibiotics.  Needless to say this gives my body a blow and some chocolate pudding will help.  Just because.  I can’t …
Have fun plans scheduled for the 4th?  People in our community do love their fireworks.  I can tell due to their having started letting them off a couple weeks ago.  One was so loud that it made our neighbor’s car alarm go off-craziness! I always enjoy implementing some of the old school games in our …
I had not given much thought, until recently, to my lymphatic system.  With my working hard to improve my health, heightened since being diagnosed w/ an autoimmune disease and lyme disease, I’ve learned of this system’s importance. From Cleveland Clinic’s website: “Lymph is a clear or slightly yellowish watery fluid whose job is to remove …
Okay, so Alaena Haber over at the blog Grazed and Enthused is brilliant!  I’ve tried some of her AIP friendly recipes and am always pleased w/ the results but her Prosciutto Strombolli is AMAZING good!  My husband loves them.  I mean, singing praises loves them.  Instead of the Prosciutto, for his I add sliced turkey meat. …
May is Lyme Disease Awareness month.  Since May is almost over, felt pulled to talk a wee bit about Lyme.  A couple weeks ago I was notified by my doctor that I have Lyme.  Even though this stinks BIG time and I’ve had quite a few break downs (you know, poor me stuff), I am …
It’s time for bringing out those garden gloves and shovels and get planting those pretty flowers!  I have a developed a fondness for bees ever since realizing they are a tad bit (actually A LOT) important.  Since we aren’t becoming beekeepers anytime soon, thought we could still help the bees by planting flowers that they …
As I was skimming through a book (which is how I seem to read books now) I came across a section highlighting the importance of establishing a written set of values and rules for your family.  Meaning the parents need to be in agreement w/ what they (values and rules) are and then make sure …
What a ride it is!  Anyone else at the point in their lives where they are ready to put their hands in the air to enjoy the ups and downs (& flips!)?  Isn’t it interesting how right when you feel like things are starting to become calm, that is when another “what?!” moment occurs. Looking …
Though I don’t have much of a “green thumb”, I am super excited about getting my hands dirty and maintaing a garden this summer!  It is still chilly out in the a.m. hours so I decided to start some of my veggie seeds inside.  Rather then go out and buy containers for this, I came …
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