I love using roasted peppers in recipes. Perfect for making so many things. You can layer them into sandwiches, make red pepper butter out of them, or store them in jars. You can also freeze them….
Archives for 2015
Mysteries, in my opinion, should not be dark or disturbing mentally. I didn’t want to develop a taste for horror or twisted themed books in our children’s hearts or in my own. I came up with a booklist that follows the biblical command to think on whatever is true, honorable, just, pure, commendable, and excellent. (Phil. 4:8). Still, parents may want to check out these books for content for themselves.
Wearing something feminine to the store may not the norm anymore, but I’ve had more doors held open for me and am given more respect than if I was wearing jeans and a tee. (PS, I do wear jeans, too).
Please be patient with me as I update this series… it is a work in progress!
Dear overwhelmed mother,
- Does your child have focusing, sensory, or behavioral issues?
- Do you have a child who appears to have to work very hard to stay focused on a task?
- Does he instantly stop working as soon as you leave the room?
- Does it take him a long time to complete his work?
- Does he seem lazy or unmotivated?
If these statements describe your child there is hope. Your child may be suffering from a low level of serotonin metabolism.
As the weather heads into fall, I’m collecting recipes that are perfect for cooler days with football/ultimate frisbee in the backyard or a gathering of friends and family for the Super Bowl. I plan to triple this recipe often and freeze these delectable pizza bites for impromptu use.
Samuel Alexander Armas (born December 2, 1999) is the child shown in a famous photograph above by Michael Clancy, dubbed the “Hand of Hope,” of his hand extending from an opening in his mother’s uterus and touching his surgeon’s finger during open fetal surgery for spina bifida. (source)