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Thursday, November 8, 2012

Full Days and Simple Lives

Despite the fact that the daylight hours are getting shorter and shorter, we have been filling them with more and more.  (Side note: toddlers totally don't understand daylight savings time.)
I've been baking granola and cookies.  
We have been making pork fried rice with eggs and broccoli. It's a fast weeknight dinner and a good way to get in lots of veggies. 
More pancakes.
It's addicting.
Remember when I told you about pan fried apples?  Have you tried pan fried bananas? So good. The little ones love them.
This little one in particular.
If you have a moment, please check out my dear friend Maggie's latest work, her 2013 cyanotype letterpress calendars.  There is so much love and meaning in each piece. Can you think of a better gift for that person on your list who can be so hard to buy for?

Finally it's Thursday and time for Simple Lives.  Please grab this badge and link up your posts.  **Be sure to link back to this blog or one of the other two host blogs so we can choose your post for our featured posts next week!**

Wardeh from GNOWFGLINS
Diana from Spain in Iowa





1. Festive Pumpkin Stew by Always Learning. "This is a 'one of a kind' dish."
2. Re-purposed Clothes to Artwork by Practical Stewardship. "This clothes artwork might be a great Christmas gift. This is a really quick and easy craft that you could do with kids."
3. How to turn any Recipe into a Real Food Recipe by Homemade Mommy. "This is the question I get most often. How do I turn my old favorite recipes into Real Food recipes."




1 comment:

Maggie said...

Well, aren't you a sweetie, as always? Thanks for that! I'm so excited to have these calendars out in the world!

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