It's not important that you know how or what to eat when you decide to use food to find health. It's different for every person. I can't tell you what foods heal and what foods harm you. I can only tell you what myself and my children need to eat and I'm still learning. Today… Continue reading The Sugar Free Grain Free Life
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I'm starting to finally feel capable. After years of chronic fatigue I've finally found a way of eating that works well with my body and am in need of a life overhaul. I'm still working to get to that place of efficiency with food and all the stuff that goes with health in general, but… Continue reading So Here’s The Deal
If you happen upon my driveway and turn off the road you will find yourself surrounded by nothing but woods. If you keep going, soon you won't see the road from which you turned or the house at the end sitting in a small clearing. Every time I make this drive I savor those few magical moments… Continue reading Not All Driveways are Created Equal
And so it came to pass... Another year in the life of my tiny little baby who magically turned 5 when I blinked. Each year I think, time can't possibly go any faster and yet, it does. "Children age you." I always thought that meant physically,with the stress, worry lines and gray hairs, but that's not it. It's… Continue reading I Will Not Risk the Economy of My Country
At 7:30 this morning I was jolted awake by my sweet Rosie barking her little, more like extremely large, head off. She's a bit more of a barker than I'd like and we are doing our best to help her distinguish between what we need to know about and what she can keep to… Continue reading The Mafia of Utah
Who am I supposed to be? Who do I want to be? Who SHOULD I be? My mind is a world unto itself. When I relay my dreams to my husband he is most always incredulous. They are full stories, with characters, odd scenarios and they have a clear beginning and end. When I give myself… Continue reading Suburban Housewife or Earth Mother Hippie?
So I decided on Grey or Gray, depending on which continent you live. Winter's Day by Olympic Icon to be more specific. Although it was meant to be my neutral, you can see after all the pink and blue things were added to the room it changed colors right before my eyes. Both of the "new"… Continue reading Little Girl’s Room Makeover, Sugar and Spice for Two
I have been cleaning, decluttering, painting and all around beautifying. And then...IT happened. First came the news that our Annabelle (bovine) is pregnant. One of the bull calves we put on her to nurse, grew up and took over the role of paramour. She is almost 7 months along which means we will need to stop milking her… Continue reading A Cow, A Goat, 4 Chickens and Chest Pains
All this woman is asking for is equality within the community she loves. This is where I live. This is where I'm raising my daughters. ordainwomen.org Update: "Today, Kelly’s former ecclesiastical leader in Virginia, Bishop Mark Harrison, contacted Kelly by email to inform her that the all-male panel of judges who tried her in… Continue reading She Wants Equality, The Church Wants Her Back in the Kitchen
As a parent we get to enjoy the education of life that takes place in the world of our children. Sometimes it's joyous, sometimes it's heartbreaking and sometimes it's both. This is one of those "both" moments. I watch tv on my Ipad in bed. No, it's really not healthy to watch tv before falling… Continue reading Toddler Life Lessons From Jacques Pepin