Tag: Bread

Number 9

We woke up late this morning. Well, it’s not all that late since these days I am often still up at midnight, or 1 a.m., or 2 a.m. I’m actually more of a morning person, but we often can’t sleep. Sometimes I wonder if… Continue Reading “Number 9”

(Un)Summoned!

This morning I made EJ one of his favorite breakfasts of scrambled eggs (with some of my garden herbs), homemade toast, a banana, and coffee. Afterwards, I prepared two homemade chicken pot pies. It is my favorite meal–and EJ and JJ love it too.… Continue Reading “(Un)Summoned!”

Errands, Stories, and Shabbat

All this talk about herbs and spices makes me think of a landscape supply company that we drive by whenever we go to the City. It has dozens of huge mountains of different types and colors of mulch and dirt. The different colors always… Continue Reading “Errands, Stories, and Shabbat”

Hebrew & Herbs

JJ has been trying very hard to adjust his sleep cycle so he isn’t staying awake most of the night and sleeping most of the day. He has forced himself to stay awake as long as he can. He’s been very tired, but he… Continue Reading “Hebrew & Herbs”

Rainy Days

Today was a rainy day. Shortly after EJ and I woke up this morning, we had a downpour of rain. Of course, I went out to the front porch and took a video. I like rain. Heavy rain brings back memories of when I… Continue Reading “Rainy Days”

Bread, Soap, and a Mouse

Once again, like we’ve done every day this week, I woke my guys up at 8 a.m. They were a bit resistant to getting out of bed this morning…but resistance was futile. Despite my thankless job, I was able to get them out the… Continue Reading “Bread, Soap, and a Mouse”

My Honey

Today was Friday, the day I make Challah Bread and we have a nice meal. Today was also the day of the Farmer’s Market. EJ and I needed to get to the Farmer’s Market because we are almost out of honey. If we didn’t… Continue Reading “My Honey”

Changing Seasons

The day has been one of those perfect days that occasionally arrive to refresh the spirit. The weather was absolutely beautiful. The sun was shining and the sky was blue with only a few white clouds. The temperature was warmish, but with a coolish breeze. Although the day… Continue Reading “Changing Seasons”

Waiting Up

My husband works second shift at work, which is nice,  because we get to spend the mornings together when he first wakes up and before a long day at work tires him. When our son was young and throughout our years of homeschooling, I’d… Continue Reading “Waiting Up”

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