A Peek into Fungi, Moss and Lichen!

We didn’t waste any time digging into our fungi unit! Mainly because we were excited to hunt for them. The girls became instant detectives. We took tons of pictures and then printed them. Afterwards we got to work on our identifying skills. “The poetry of earth is never dead.” -John Keats Crafts and Projects Moss…

Collard Green & Potato Hash Wraps

Whether you are starting the New Year with weight loss goals or healthier meal choices  this is the recipe for you and your family. These wraps are a healthy kid friendly meal! The hash is adapted from Nourishing Meals and the black bean salsa from my sister-in-law! Together they make for a powerful palette 🙂…

Wordless Wednesday…kinda not really

My slacking on posting is due to holiday preparation. This year is a year of “Firsts” without dad, and a year of “Firsts” with McKinley. 1. McKinley and I made Santa letters! 2. We did get around to putting up and decorating the trees. McKinley was very helpful. She likes the lights 🙂 3. And…

Tasty Tues: Easy Baked/Stuffed Chicken

The other night I had company over (not a normal occurrence) and I looked in my fridge and let out a sigh. Ugh there is nothing to eat. At this point it was to late for grocery trips. So, I had to make do. I ended up making chicken stuffed with a tomato/basil goat cheese…

Kale Chips…So hot right now.

Everyone has been asking for this delicious snack recipe. Quick & easy! Great for lunches! Late night cravings for salt? Ingredients:  Kale Olive oil Salt Curry powder (optional) Directions:  1) Preheat Oven to 425. 2) Chop up kale 3) Dip kale in Olive oil (put into bowl) and lay out on baking sheet. 4) Bake…