Thursday, November 14, 2013

Chocolate chip Banana Muffins

Baking is one of the things my kids enjoy more than anything I started baking with Lily when she was really little and she's getting to the point that she can practically do it all on her own! Charlie has fun with it as well and I so enjoy the time that we all spend baking together. Also, baking teaches them a skill that will be necessary for them to have as they get older (being able to cook and read and follow recipes). Yes, even my boys will learn to cook and bake - they will make FABULOUS husbands someday. ;)

While, of course, we love to bake cookies and pies and desserts around here, one of our favorite things to bake are muffins. I have a ton of muffin recipes and we really like making them all - plus there are so many great seasonal ones like pumpkin or berry muffins. However, one if our favorites are the chocolate chip banana muffins. The kids have a blast smooshing the bananas and, of course, licking the bowl - yum! The thing I like best about this recipe is that I usually have all of the ingredients in my pantry. Just add bananas!

Chocolate chip banana muffins

2 cups all purpose flour
1 tsp. baking soda
1 tsp. baking powder
1 tsp. Salt
1 /2 tsp. cinnamon
1 stick (1/2 c.) butter, softened
1 c. Sugar
2 eggs
2-3 very ripe bananas, mashed
1 tsp. milk
1/2 c. Chocolate chips 

Preheat oven to 325 degrees and line 18 muffin cups. Mix flour, baking soda, baking powder salt and cinnamon in a small bowl and set aside. In a large bowl, cream butter and sugar. Add eggs one at a time, blending well. Mix in bananas and milk. Finally fold in chocolate chips. Fill muffin cups 2/3 full and sprinkle with sugar. Bake for 25 minutes or into a toothpick inserted in the middle comes out clean. Enjoy!

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Saturday, November 9, 2013

Easy-peasy apple dumplings

I'm a total foodie. I love to cook, I love to eat and I love to try new recipes. I'm not sure if ANYTHING I have tried has ever been as yummy and as good as this amazing dessert. Don't believe me? Think it sounds a little strange? We'll so did I! But you just wait and you'll see! You'll take a bite and have that moment where you swear the heavens open up and the harps are playing just for you....that's right, it's heavenly!! ;)

My mom gave me this recipe...I'm not sure where she for it from, but she made it a couple of weeks ago and was telling me how she and everyone else who tried it pretty much thought it was the best thing they ever put in their mouth. So NATURALLY I had to try it myself. When I tried hers, it was reheated and STILL to die for! :) So can't wait for you to try it out. Here goes.... 

Easy-Peasy Apple Dumplings

2 (8ct. Pkgs) crescent rolls
2 apples of your choice (I used Fuji) peeled, cored and sliced into 8 pieces. 
2 sticks (1c.) butter
1 c. Sugar
2 tsp. cinnamon (or to taste)
6 oz. clear soda (7up, sprite, etc) 

Place one slice of apple at one end of a crescent roll and roll up. Tuck in the ends and place in a greased 9x13 pan. Repeat with all 16 crescent rolls and apple slices.  Line in a single layer in your pan.

In a small saucepan melt butter.  Add in sugar and cinnamon until completely dissolved and pour over dumplings. Pour soda over the top.

Bake at 350 degrees for 30-45 minutes until liquid is cooked off completely. Serve warm.  Store in the refrigerator and reheat for an awesome dessert tomorrow (or for breakfast!)

Frugal Facts: This dessert only cost me about $6 + a few pantry items to make and can make dessert for several nights depending on how big your family is :) Check online for crescent roll coupons, they have them available everywhere (sometimes right on the tube!)

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Friday, November 8, 2013

Playing Catch-Up - AGAIN!

One of these days I'll get better about this whole blogging thing ;) Gosh it's been forever since I've written! Time flies by so quickly and this blog always seems to get put on the back burner.  So let's catch up.....

My sweet Henry is almost ten months old!  He is standing on his own and getting ready to WALK. I just can't believe how quickly he is growing.  He has such a beautiful, sweet spirit and I adore him so very much.  Although he was such a surprise, He has been such a blessing to our family!

Charlie is 2 1/2 now and Lily is going to be FIVE in a couple of weeks.  I just can't believe how fast they grow up and become little adults.  Lily is LOVING preschool, which is a huge change from last year and she's so smart!  Charlie is singing his ABC's and counting, and talking up a STORM.  They just make me so happy and I'm so thankful to be their Mommy :)

Matt and I celebrated our 7th anniversary in October by attending a Matthew West Concert that was phenomenal!  We had such a wonderful time and have both been affected by it so much. It was an awesome night that won't be forgotten anytime soon.  If you ever get the chance to check him out live, please do!  It is definitely worth your time! 

While I'm playing catch up I thought it would be a good time to talk about where I want to go with this blog.  Matt and I have been working on simplifying our lives, cutting back on the money we spend on unimportant things (like cable and expensive cell phone bills!) and trying to make it possible for me to continue staying home with our sweet babes. So I'll be sharing some things that I'm learning on living frugally and still having everything we want and need in life.  In a world that seems to be so chaotic and ever changing, we are getting back to the basics.  If you have any tips you want to share, I'd love to hear them!  I know we're all suffering through some hard times economically so I'm sure everyone has some great ideas!

Thanks so much for coming to read and see what we have going on :)  I've got some great new recipes to share soon too, so please keep checking back! 

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Monday, May 13, 2013

A path to enlightenment....

It's been a long time since I have written.  Why?  Honestly, it was because I wasn't sure what to write about.  Since birthing my sweet baby number three, Henry, I have been soul searching. Searching for spiritual comfort, a place for my heart to rest.  Not necessarily was I searching for religion, although I do feel like I am now closer to God than ever, but for new spirit in my life.  I know I was put here on Earth to be a wife and a mom, and I honestly love every moment of it. But I felt like my own womanhood was slipping away. I needed to find out who I am, and what I want out of life.

When I started this blog I dreamed of a beautiful blog filled with homemade, easy recipes and a look at a little glimpse of what life is like for a young Mom.  But in looking at my blog title "A Sweet and Simple Life" I realize that that is my ultimate goal in life.  Simplicity. Sweetness. Beauty. Inspiration. Peace. Love. Although I thought these were always goals in my life, I wasn't quite living them.  Especially the simplicity part.

In looking at my life I realized how much clutter is in it. How many things I have in this little house that I do not need. How much junk I have in my life that I do not want. As a Mom, when I was getting a few spare minutes to myself, I couldn't decide what I wanted to do with it!  Should I read? Write? Crochet? Bake? Scrapbook? Listen to music? Read some blogs? Check out pinterest? Look at a magazine? Clean? Organize something?  Usually what I ended up doing was just cleaning up messes that I had already cleaned a million times.  I didn't know what to do with myself because I had too much going on.  Not enough simplicity.

So I've begun with my home, cleaning out, decluttering, getting rid of the junk that I don't need. Cleaning out closets, going through bookshelves, through my kitchen cabinets and simplifying.  My kitchen has been the worst so far....I had two crock pots jammed into a tiny cupboard that were stacked on top of each other and usually at risk of falling on my head. I sold one.  I had a blender that I've used about four times since I was given it for my wedding, because I always use my food processor   I sold that too.  An entire bin of kitchen utensils that I never touch because I have all the ones I need in a crock by the stove.  I got rid of those too. It's amazing how much easier it is to keep my kitchen neat when I don't have so much STUFF.  Because of this, I spend less time cleaning, jamming things into cupboards and drawers and I have more time for ME, more time for my family, for my children.

More than anything, the biggest reason I have started this is because of my children.  One morning, not so long ago, we were spending the day inside because we were having one of those great all-day rainy days.  My children, with shelves crammed full of toys and books in their rooms were "bored." I said well lets get out some toys to play with!  And my four year old daughter said to me "But I don't have ANYTHING to play with!  I don't have anything do DO!" That was when it hit me.  She has SO MUCH stuff that she can't even see what she has to play with.  So I dove in and cleared an entire toy shelf out of her room.  I gave up bags of broken toys, stuffed animals, toys that never got played with or had been outgrown, or things that we just never liked. I removed the extra, empty bookcase to avoid having it be filled up again, and organized what was left.  Since then, my daughter has rediscovered her toys and enjoyed them all the more because it was so much less overwhelming.  She has not complained once about having less toys and instead, is enjoying having less.

I'm not saying you should throw away all of your kitchen necessities or your childrens' toys.  But as the quote says:

If you want a golden rule that will fit everything, this is it: 
Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful 
or believe to be beautiful.” 
~William Morris

If it makes you happy, keep it.  If it doesn't, get rid of it.  You'll be amazed at how it changes your life.  I know it's changing mine. Getting rid of the things that you don't need gives you more time to enjoy the things that are important in your life.  To have more time to yourself while your kids are napping or away at practice, to sit down and read a book that stirs your soul, or to sit outside and feel the breeze across your face while you're drinking your morning coffee or tea.  

The best way to start?  Find that drawer that you have to stuff before you can close it, or the cupboard that something falls out of every time you open it.  Clean it out!  You'll feel better, I promise! :) 

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Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Best. Pot Roast. EVER!!

Being a busy Mom to two, I absolutely love any recipe that I can throw in the crock pot in the morning, and have a delicious dinner ready 8 hours later.  There is NOTHING better than coming home after a busy day of running errands and having dinner cooked, smelling great, and ready to eat!

I discovered this recipe when my husband and I were very first married.  It was in one of my many Gooseberry Patch cookbooks ( I couldn't tell you which one now!) but I've never tried another pot roast recipe again.  This one is just too GOOD and too EASY to try anything else!! ;)

So here we go, my recipe for the Best. Pot Roast. EVER!!

Sunday Slow Cooker Pot Roast

2-4 pound pot roast (English Cut!) *
2 c. water
1 packet Ranch Dressing mix
1 packet Italian Dressing mix
1 packed brown gravy mix
3 cans whole potatoes or 4-5 potatoes peeled and cubed **
baby carrots

*I like to buy a 4 pound roast. It feeds my family of four easily, and leaves enough leftovers for lunch for my hubby the next day and a Sheperds Pie or two!  If you're not into leftovers, a 2 pound pot roast should feed a family of four easily. I recommend English cut because it shreds the easiest.  If you prefer sliced roast, you can use whatever you like! 

**CANNED potatoes you say?  I always use the canned ones because it's what my parents used when I was growing up, so I like them the best ;)  The real thing is probably better for you, but you may want to add them after the roast has cooked for 2 hours so they don't get mushy :) 

Pop your roast in your slow cooker and pour water over the top. In a small bowl, combine Ranch, Italian and Brown Gravy Mixes and mix well. Pour over roast. Add in potatoes and carrots, cover and cook on LOW for 7-8 hours. Transfer to a serving platter and let sit for 5-10 minutes before shredding!  Top with homemade gravy!  **See recipe below**  ENJOY!!!!  

If you'd like to make your own gravy and haven't done it before, it's SUPER easy!!  Plus it only takes about 2 minutes and it's better (and cheaper!) than the stuff in the jar. 

1 c. juices from your slow cooker
1 Tbsp. Flour

In a small bowl, combine flour with enough water to make a paste.  Use a fork to stir to the right consistency.  In a small saucepan, add juices and gradually stir in flour paste with a fork.  Allow to bubble and simmer until gravy thickens. It usually only takes a minute or two! 

I hope your family enjoys this recipe as much as mine does!  It's so simple and quick to throw together, but tastes like you spent the whole day cooking (and those are always the BEST recipes!).  I hope you all have a fabulous evening!!!

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Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Happy New Year!!

I can't believe how quickly this past year flew by!  It seems like it was just yesterday that Charlie was born, now he's 19 months old and my daughter, Lily, is four! This year I started school, my husband started a new job, we became pregnant with baby number three, and dealt with a lot of health issues in my family.  There were a lot of great things in 2012, but a lot of not-so-great things, and I'm looking forward to a fresh start in 2013!!

I always love a new year, a new beginning.  It seems like the start of the year is a chance to change whatever it was you were unhappy with in the past and start all over again!  I'm not usually one to make New Years Resolutions....every year we all do the same: lose weight, get in shape, be healthy, read more, cook more, whatever it is, I don't think most of us keep them. *sigh*

This year I'm setting goals for myself instead.  Things I hope to accomplish this year...a goal sounds a little more serious than a resolution....Right?  I'll keep telling myself that..... ;)

So what are my goals for this year?

-Blog More
-Finish School (after a break for Baby)
-Finish Unfinished projects
-Keep up with the housework better (I've already got my cleaning schedules ready to go!
-and of the best Mommy ever ;)

So the two that I think will be the toughest are my school (yikes!) and blogging goals.  Blogging? you say.  Yep!  I always start out so excited with my blogs, I write a lot at the beginning of the year and then life gets in the way and I lose interest (and time, and ideas...etc.)   This year I want to keep up with it much better!  If anything, it's a great way for me to keep a journal of my life with my kids and remember how quickly time flies by.

So how about you?  Will you be setting goals for yourself this year, or resolutions? Do you think you'll stick with them?  I'm going to try really hard to keep mine this year!! :)  The best of luck to each of you if you choose set them as well!

2013 is going to be a big year for us!  Baby Henry will be here any day now, and if not I'll be induced on the 14th!  So two weeks from now at the latest, I'll be able to snuggle my sweet little boy, kiss his cheeks and tell him how much I love him! I absolutely cannot wait!!  (Not to mention I cannot WAIT to not be pregnant anymore as well ;) )

So whatever you do in 2013, I hope you do what makes you happy!  We all focus so much on what we need to do or what we should do, but I hope we can all take the time to do things that pure and simply make us feel joy and happiness and love! Wishing you all the best and most beautiful New Year!!

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Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Catching up....

Oh my!  It has really been 4 months since I last wrote!  I can't believe how quickly time flies!  Things here have been super busy, but I got the urge to get on here and catch up...with Christmas coming and all the baking I've been doing, I know I have lots of fun recipe's to share with you all, plus some fun crafts and activities for the kiddos!

So let's see...where to start??

Baby Henry is due in 7 weeks!!  I can't believe how quickly this pregnancy has flown by!  My two little ones keep me so busy I haven't had much of a chance to think about it!  But I've been working like crazy getting the boys shared room put together, cleaning out the closet and the changing table, and trying to get organized and prepared for the arrival of Parks baby number 3!  I know it'll seem like he's here before we know it with the business of the holidays and him being due in mid-January!  I just can't wait to meet my little guy!!

Here I am at 7 months pregnant!

Halloween was an absolute BLAST this year, we took the kid's out for trick or treating and they both loved it!  I wasn't sure how interested Charlie would be at 18 months, but once he figured out that he was getting candy in his pumpkin bucket, he was pretty thrilled with it!  He would run up to the houses and say "TREAT!" Of course everyone thought he was adorable :) Lily did really great with trick or treating as well!  She usually lets her nerves get the best of her, but she was really into it this year! I was so proud of her, letting loose and not being so afraid.  She was great about her "thank you's" which made me really happy too :)  It was definitely a fun night and great memories made for all of us!

Lily as "Crumb SugarCookie" a Lalaloopsy doll

Charlie as "Jake" from Jake and the Neverland Pirates

In more big news here at the Parks household, Miss Lily just turned 4 over the past weekend!  I cannot believe that I have a four year old!  We celebrated her birthday a few different ways. Saturday my husband and I gave her gifts from us and Charlie and then we took the kids to "build a bear" as Lily was begging for their new Gingerbread Hello Kitty stuffed animal.  We also visited Santa while we were there, though Lily decided she wasn't interested in the Big Guy. *sigh* maybe next year ;)   

Saturday night my parents came to visit the Birthday Girl and we spent some fun family time together, opened gifts, had dinner and of course playing with new toys!  Sunday we had our first big birthday party at Chuck E. Cheese (Usually my Mom has the parties at her house). It worked out really well and the kids seemed to have a blast!  Lily wasn't too keen on all of the attention, but loved playing all of the games and spending time with her family (especially her little cousins who came to play with her!).  It was a fun and busy weekend, added in with Thanksgiving festivities....I'm looking forward to a quiet weekend at home this weekend, but I'm so glad she had so much fun!  What is it about planning birthdays that make you feel more like a Mom than ever? Is that just me? :) 

Miss Lily's birthday collage - the middle picture is this year's preschool photo!
 *sniff* she's grow up too fast!
SO that's the gist of what's been going on here with us!  I'm almost finished up with this semester at school before taking some time off for baby Henry to come and for us to adjust to being a family of Five! I'm hoping  to have more time to come here and both my kids are screaming, so I'm off to calm the craziness ;) Hope you all have a beautiful day!!

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Friday, July 27, 2012

Christmas in July 2012 - Red Velvet Mini-Cupcakes!

A few years back, my family and I started Celebrating Christmas in July.  Christmas has always been my MOST favorite time of year! The reds and greens, sparkles and glitter, the coziness of it, the decorations, the music, wrapping gifts and drinking hot chocolate, the holiday movies, and of course the story of Christmas. I just LOVE the holiday season....and because we enjoy it so much - we celebrate it in the summer as well! :)

This year, it was a two day celebration for us :) One day for baking, and one day for Crafting.  Amy Grant and Kenny G's Christmas albums were playing on repeat in my Kitchen, it was rainy outside, but festive in my home! Lily was old enough this year to get the idea, and she had so much fun with it as well!  (Although she's STILL upset that I wouldn't put up the Christmas tree ;)

So for Part one of our Christmas in July I decided to bake Red Velvet mini-cupcakes.  Lily has always loved baking with me and Charlie's starting to take an interest as well (he knows that yummy things come out of baking with Mommy!).  Lily's old enough to do most of it herself, she loves to pour the ingredients in the bowl and do all the stirring.  We're still working on the egg cracking, but she does a great job for a three year old! :)

I've had this recipe for lots of years, I'm not sure where it came from originally, but I used to make this with an old friend of our family's when I was younger (Although we made it as a layer cake). It always comes out moist and delicious! Enjoy!!

Christmas in July Red Velvet Mini-Cupcakes

1/2 cup cocoa
2 oz. red food coloring
2 1/4 c. sifted all-purpose flour
1/2 tsp. salt
1/2 c. shortening
1 1/2 c. sugar
1 tsp. vanilla
2 eggs.
1 c. buttermilk
1 tsp. baking soda
1 tsp. vinegar

  • Preheat oven to 350* and prepare cupcake tin with liners. 
  • In a small bowl, combine cocoa and food coloring, set aside.
  • In another small bowl, combine flour and salt. 
  • In a large mixing bowl beat shortening with an electrix mixer for 30 seconds. add sugar and vanilla and beat until well combined. 
  • Add eggs one at a time, mixing well, then mix in the cocoa mixture (this is where it gets pretty!!) 
  • Alternately add flour mixture and buttermilk, beating on low  until just combined. 
  • In a small bowl, combine vinegar and baking soda (it'll bubble!!) Add to batter until well combined. 
  • Spoon into mini-cupcake tins, about 2/3 full. 
  • Bake at 350 for about 10 minutes. Remove from pan and cool on a wire cookie sheet before frosting - makes about 75 mini cupcakes!
Cream Cheese Frosting:

1 8 oz pkg. cream cheese, softened
1/2 c. butter, softened
2 tsp. vanilla
5 1/2-6 1/2 c. sifted powdered sugar

Beat cream cheese, butter and vanilla with an electric mixer until light and fluffy. gradually beat in one cup of powdered sugar at a time until it reaches a consistency you like.  Frost cupcakes and enjoy!!!

Here's my little sweet-pea helping bake!

The rest of our "Christmas in July" Tuesday was spent snuggling and watching Christmas movies.  Most of my favorite movies are Holiday ones - Christmas with the Kranks, Deck the Halls, Miracle on 34th Street, The Santa Clause, The Family Stone, any of the Christmas Carol's....ah I could go on and on!  It was such a great day!!

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Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Easy Baked Chicken Tenderloins and Christmas in July

It's a beautiful sunshiney morning here in Ohio...I love sitting here at my desk and looking out the window to see the bunnies (we have TONS of them in our neighborhood), birds, squirrels and even a couple kitties, enjoying the sun. My little ones are eating breakfast and watching cartoons, so I thought it was a good time to sneak away and write a quick post :)

Yesterday was one of those wonderful rainy days when you just stay home and relax!  We've been celebrating "Christmas in July" here at our home so the kids spent the day watching Christmas movies and we baked some YUMMY Red Velvet Cupcakes (recipe will be coming to you soon!). I had Christmas music playing in the kitchen and our little electric fireplace going all day!  It was such a nice, lazy day.  Lily's really getting into the Christmas in July fun...although she doesn't understand WHY we're not getting out the Christmas tree ;)

Today my Mom and Sister are coming over to celebrate with us - Mom made Chili, we're making Cinnamon-Applesauce ornaments (another recipe to come for you soon!), listening to christmas music, watching movies, and lots more fun.  A few years ago we got into celebrating "Christmas in July" and now it's becoming a bit of a tradition!  Christmas is always my most favorite time of year and it's fun to celebrate it in the summer too!  So that's our plan for the day (We'll pretend it's NOT 94 degrees outside today! ;) and enjoy spending the day together with my family.

Because it was a cozy kind of day yesterday I was in the mood to cook up some "comfort food".  Mashed Potatoes, Corn and my FAVORITE "Easy Baked Chicken" was on the menu! You know it's a good recipe when the pickiest of kids (My daughter!) likes it as well!  By the way, this is a REALLY flexible recipe as far as how much chicken you make and how much seasoning you use.  This is just how I do it, change it up and make it your own if you'd like :) Hope you enjoy!!

Easy Baked Chicken Tenderloins

8-10 Chicken Tenderloins
1 c. Italian dressing
4 c. Corn Flakes cereal
2 tbs. Italian Seasonings
2 tsp. Garlic Powder
2 tbs. butter, melted

Marinate Chicken in Italian dressing for 2-3 hours. In a large ziplock bag, combine cornflakes, italian seasonings and garlic powder.  *this is the fun part!* give the bag to your kids and let them crush the cornflakes.  You can use a rolling pin or your hands and crush until you find a consistency you like.  Pour into a bowl.  Coat chicken in cornflake crumbs, it will stick well because of the italian dressings!  Place in a greased 9x13 pan.  If you like a heavier coating, you can sprinkle the remaining corn flake coating over the top.  Pour melted butter over the top and bake at 350 degrees for 30  minutes or until juices run clear. Enjoy!!

(excuse the date on my pictures, I just got a new camera and I haven't figured out out to remove the date yet!) ;) 

I'm off to go get ready for the day, but you can expect a couple of Christmas in July posts soon!  Hope you all have a wonderful day!!

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Thursday, July 19, 2012

Summer LOVE!

As a girl who loves fall and winter, summer is not usually my most favorite time of year.  This year though, I'm learning to enjoy it again - like I did when I was little!  I think what has changed my mind so much is seeing the joy in my children's faces when they play in the sunshine...running through the sprinkler, digging in the sandbox, outside dinners and picnic lunches, it's so much FUN for them. You can see how much they love the freedom of coats, hats or mittens, running free and being wild - who wouldn't love that!

Unfortunately, due to the extreme heat we've had this year, we haven't gotten to enjoy being outside as much as I would like's just been too much for the kids (and their pregnant Mommy!) but we have had a few fun days, and the first thing my little ones want to do is play in the pool! I thought I'd share a few pictures with you from one of our summer play days outside :) 

Charlie prefers to sit on the slide rather than go down it ;)

keeping cool!

my handsome boy!!

taking a juice break :)

....and a Popsicle break :) 

Even Daddy got in on the action!

It's so easy for us to complain about the seasons, winter is too cold, summer's too's easy to get wrapped up in the inconvenience of it all - I know I do!  But watching my children play makes me realize that we need to enjoy the seasons as our do - soak up every moment because time flies by so quickly!

If it's too hot outside, fix a nice glass of lemonade and go run through the sprinkers with your kids!  Maybe snow isn't fun to drive in - but it IS fun to build a snowman, then share some hot chocolate and cookies together with your family.  I always find myself wishing for the next season, wanting cold when it's hot or hot when it's cold, but slowly...slowly I'm learning to step back, and take life one day at a time.  Enjoy the summer when it's hot because you'll be dreaming of it in the cold of the winter.  Things could be so much worse for us all.  But a lot of us have homes, air conditioning, and people to enjoy it all with...there are so many out there who do not!

We had a big power outage here earlier this month and over the Fourth of July holiday.  We were SO lucky to have been able to keep ours (we'd lost power twice before in our home, once for 9 days and once for 6 days!) but there were people suffering through the hottest temperatures of the year with no power, no air conditioning, and no groceries.  Things can ALWAYS be worse. 

So go play outside with your little ones today, or read a book in the sunshine, or if you're lucky enough to get some, go dance in the rain!  Enjoy every minute of your day today!  That's my goal as well!!  Have a great one!!

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