Good morning ladies, how are you today?
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Busy day here. DH took the girls to school this morning so I got a smooth start to the day. I have a bunch of projects I am working on currently. a meeting scheduled for 2:00, we'll see how lunch goes. Jordyn's last day of cheer camp is today, they just have a morning session, including All American final try outs this morning, wishing her lots of luck!! I am not sure what they are doing this afternoon as they are not heading home til tomorrow. Paperwork and cleaning planned for tonight at home. DH took the girls out to dinner last night, so we moved the zucchini pie from last night to tonight for dinner.
Have a great day!
Hi everyone. It's a beautiful day here. Work went smoothly this morning. After work, I met up with a friend for lunch. Then I went to the supermarket (*where I ran into same friend from lunch) and the library. NOw I'm home. I wish I could spend a gorgeous afternoon at the lake but I just have things that I need to take care of.
Kayleigh's been working on summer assignments, working on her senior autobiography, looking into jobs and vet office volunteer opportunities.
Not much else happening here.
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Most of my recent recipes have come from www.skinnytaste.com Its been an awesome site especially because it tends to highlight on the front page in-season dishes/ingredients.
This looks like a great link, thanks for sharing. Just curious, why is your dh trying to go meatless one day a week? We're longtime vegetarians, but in other families I often see the wife or teenage dds trying to push healthier and/or more meatless meals but oftentimes the dh balks. I even know several dhs who claim they can't eat fruits and veggies for one reason or another!
it is very much an all non-toxic, get rid of as much environmental things than can cause illness type practice and part of it is all about diet and exercise and going to a more natural plant based diet.
That's probably pretty beneficial no matter what; I always think that a lot of small changes can really add up. And, It's definitely nice when you're both (you and dh) on the same page. My dh and I were both vegetarians and "middle of the road" environmentalists when we met (we buy organic food and recycle, but we own two minivans and love our airconditioning! ) so we understood each other but neither of us felt pressured (okay, I did try to convert him to cloth diapers, which I had used with my two girls before I knew dh, but the boys ended up in disposables because dh was not willing to go that far, lol!)....
I hope it helps with your health!
We've been doing meat free Monday for a couple of years now, per Kayleigh's request.