The boys had star fruit for lunch yesterday. It cheered us up immensely from being stuck in the house while the cold rain beat down outside.
Month: February 2010
A friend of mine posted a Facebook status about homemade potato soup that she put in Panera bread bowls, and I made the comment that they wouldn’t be hard to make. A few days later, she flagged me on the Hallee the Homemaker fanpage and asked if I’d made bread bowls yet. So, here they are.Pin It
I am honored to have participated in a Real Food Face-Off hosted by Katie at kitchenstewardship.com which concludes on March 2. I had my turn last week and I must say I feel both humbled and honored to have been asked to participate. There have been some fantastic bloggers so far and there are more to come.
He’d said this to me for years – in fact, in an email I received from him a week after I met him, he extolled how much he loved the fact that I put an effort into looking nice. But this time, reading it, I took it as an accusation – as in, “I would appreciate it if you would put an effort into your appearance, but you don’t because you’re fat, ugly, frumpy, limp.”
Unlike the Chrstianbook.com and occasional Amazon links found here, we had no control over the content of the Google Ads, and they very often linked to sites that were in direct oppostion to my mission statement. We decided to remove the Google Ads from the main blog. We felt they had no place here.