When I first started this blog a little over a year ago, I did it with the intention of it being a kind of online scrapbook. A way to remember the fun little memories that happen in our daily lives. Sure, sometimes I go a little deeper and write about my lofty ponderings (hah!), but really, I just want to come back one day, years down the road, and read these posts and smile about the silly things the kids said and did, enjoy old family photos, and just be able to remember what life was like as a young wife and mother, raising her children - the good, the bad, and the ugly =) So, I thought I would try something new today. Quite honestly, I'm not really a "writer"...I'm a math nerd. Want to know a secret? I LOVE calculus (and geometry, algebra, and trig, too)! So, if you're looking for good, solid literature, or deep, theological discussions then move along folks, because you won't find that here =) What you will find (in this post in particular) are little snippets of what goes on in my day...so, let's get right to it...here is what a typical day in the life of me is like....I'm journaling freestyle today, y'all!
8:00 a.m looking forward to the day when the only person's pancake I have to cut is my own!
after-breakfast: I literally just locked the kids outside, because their only form of communication seems to be shouting or shrieking this morning O_o...
4:45 p.m.: Naps are over, kids are outside waiting for Dad to get home, and I didn't get near as much work done as I'd hoped, but that's ok! It'll be waiting for me tomorrow...on to dinner prep, now! Tonight, I am making spinach quiche with homemade pie crust! I'm using the pie crust recipe from here, and the filling recipe from here. I'm adjusting the filling to things I have on hand (like fresh spinach and mushrooms as opposed to frozen and canned, and Monterrey cheese). Hope it comes out good!!!
Ok, this post turned out a lot longer than I'd thought it would, so I'm ending it here! It was also supposed to be posted yesterday...oops! Oh, and the quiche was really good!