His and Mine. Pasta is about the only meal my husband will eat without meat. In the beginning, when I was vegetarian, this was an easy meal for me to make for both of us. It would even be easy now--but I'm not so in to pasta lately. Don't get me wrong--it tastes great! And… Continue reading Meatless Monday with Classic Pasta Night. Married Up.
While my little one sleeps, I'm blogging and making wool dryer balls this morning. What are dryer balls and what do they have to do with your health? Read on. Our skin is the largest organ we have. What we put on it winds up in our bloodstream and effects our cells. I believe what… Continue reading Those Balls Smell Like Heaven.
I, primarily plant-based eater/sometimes vegan, take you steak & bacon eater to love--in sickness and in health, till death do us part. True story. By now, I'm sure the whole world knows about Oh She Glows and also knows of many other blogs aspiring to be like it. When I started two blogs before this… Continue reading Marry the Meal. One.
Happy New Year everyone! I hope that you all had a beautiful Christmas and that you are enjoying the excitement that the new beginnings of the fresh start the New Year brings. We spent a late Christmas in the Black Hills of South Dakota. It was beautiful, fun, and I had some time to reflect… Continue reading Please Excuse the Mess & PSA
On Friday night, I started to feel a little run down. Extra tired. And I know there's a nasty bug heading around, so I went to work giving my body everything I could to help it fight off the virus. So far, I'm still not sick. Here's what's doing the trick (knock on wood and… Continue reading Restorative Soup Sunday.
This was from a few weekends ago at Garden of the Gods. My husband snapped it from his phone and just showed me this week. It was the last really nice day before the cold and snow set in. It was a day that we woke up together as a family. It was a day… Continue reading Joyful, Joyful
One sure-fire way to love morning is to bake before bed. Last night I finally put the little pie pumpkin we bought Easton to good use (we never got around to carving it anyway). I love pumpkin recipes all fall (September-November!), and this was a hit this morning with coffee around here. Since it was… Continue reading What’s for Breakfast:
Sunday was one of those days. We woke up, got ready for church, and Easton fell asleep right about the time we were supposed to head out the door. We were on our last diaper and out of laundry detergent anyway, so I knew after church we'd be making a quick Target trip on our… Continue reading Thank Goodness. Thank God.
Dinner this week was on point. And since my sweet baby's arrival, I've been off my kitchen game. It's hard. Not just now, it's always been hard in our house. Here's why: My husband eats: Meat (including: steak, pot roast, chicken anyway but baked, bacon, and pepperoni), bell peppers, potatoes, bread. Maybe some lettuce. Maybe… Continue reading A House Divided.
Roasted Butternut Squash and Green Chili Bisque Prep time 50 minutes, cooking time 15 minutes Ingredients: *1 Small or Medium Butternut Squash * 1/3 cup of green chiles * 1 small vidalia onion * 2 carrots * 1 celery stalk * 2 garlic cloves * 1-2 cups vegetable broth * olive oil * 1 tsp.… Continue reading Happy Autumn!