Day to Day Life: Week Nineteen

The last week has been absolutely nuts… but it looked a little like this:
daytoday19IMG_8257_zpsbc61b828I actually made these almond butter dark chocolate fudge brownies to welcome our new neighbors… but they apparently went back to California before I could deliver them next door. Solution? Eat a whole 9×13 inch pan of brownies in two days… Duh.
IMG_8489_zps82ca47e7The makings of a white sangria with fresh strawberries, mangoes, meyer lemon, and lemon balm… So good.
IMG_8434_zpseaa02f2eRadish babies sprouting in the garden!

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Pogo bounce!

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Homemade crab cakes one night surely meant open face crab cake sammiches the next night… with arugula from the garden!

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Early in the week we had rain… splash!

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Manwich breakfast: local eggs, local bread, homegrown basil, veggie sausage. 

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Roasted broccoli to go on homemade pizza… SO DAMN GOOD. Off pizza and on pizza.

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I’ve got tomato babies.

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We are cleaning the house from top to bottom, rearranging rooms and all sorts of ridiculous business. I found this literary journal I had some poetry published in, in Australia. I remember being STOKED about the fact that it  arrived by sea mail. And was covered in kangaroo stamps as postage. I had forgotten about this entirely. I love when that happens.

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Brunch for a hungry lady.

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Country/Cowpoke Themed Spring Sing Assembly at Silas Henry’s school..

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A sad mustard failing.

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My mother-in-law loves fried shrimp… For Mother’s Day, I made her a fried shrimp debaucherous feast.

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Cheesecake was also necessary.

 

 

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