Day to Day Life: Week Fifteen

A glimpse at the last week:

Spring time means lots of greens and blues…
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Empanadas one night (and lunch the next day!).
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Crazy-face.
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Panko crusted eggplant burgers with roasted piquillo peppers, fontina, garlic basil parmesan mayo, fresh spinach and onions…!
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Blues and greens, blues and greens…
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Necessary.
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Silas stayed home from school one day. For lunch, he said, “Can I have mac and cheese… the box kind… and maybe some tofurky dogs?”
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Veiny.
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An almondy, buttery treat one morning.
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Color, texture, and ivy!
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Silas Henry Nugget.
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Our friend Gary built me a fence out of recycled lumber and chicken wire. Now onto planning my garden…
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It had been quite some time since I last made pizza crust with my now three year old started… Happy dough ball.
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And happy pizzas!
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Silas had a mid-week baseball game, which meant we weren’t home until nearly 8PM. Ahh, spring-kid-scheduled-life. He got to pitch and had five strike-outs in less than two innings!
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Brought to you by National Siblings Day… My older sister, two younger brothers and I, circa the late 80’s and early 90’s.
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Silas’s second baseball game got rained out after they’d batted one inning. This photo is precisely what the game looked like.
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After “the game” we asked what he wanted for lunch? “Cheesy tater tots (which was brilliant, BTW!) and… a salad?” Salad while the ‘tots baked.
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What to do when both kids have a sleepover at your house? WAFFLE SUNDAY.
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Ashland hills in the spring are beautiful…
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Hope you’ve all had a wonderful week!

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