In hind sight I should have posted this on Valentine's Day, but oh well! A few weeks ago, the kids and I went to the Michigan Science Center to attend their homeschool class. This month it was a heart dissection and I only paid $3 per kid and received free admission as an educator. I … Continue reading Heart Dissection
Here we are again on another culinary adventure. I've always considered myself pretty good at lasagna, but a recent trip to Wisconsin proved I had more to learn. I've always seasoned my ricotta mixture with italian seasoning and I even used eggs once upon a time (no more) and pepperoni on top. My bestie opened … Continue reading La-La-Lasagna
Oh My Gosh! I'm pretty excited over here! My interest has been growing in photography, especially ever since I took a photojournalism class in college. I've always been an artist, a painter, a drawer, and now here I am learning the camera. Well, what better way to learn a new skill and do a little … Continue reading Snow Storm Maternity Pictures
"Know Thyself", in Greek letters, was the first tattoo I ever received. It is by far my favorite tattoo because it always seems to become relevant in my daily life. I remember sitting in my Ancient Greek history class in college and listening to the teacher talk about the Oracle at Delphi. In Greek letters … Continue reading “Know Thyself”
Homeschooling is like a box of chocolates, you never know what your going to get. Except at least some boxes of chocolates have a guide on the lid. Learning opportunities are everywhere and often present themselves when you least expect it and engineering a snowman is no exception. This winter has been cold and full … Continue reading Snowman Innovation
I love my life! It sure does have a way of exhausting me though and a little vacation to see my best friend was just what I needed. Michigan doesn't have anything on Wisconsin sunshine in the winter and the country air was so fresh compared to city air. Green Bay is a skip and … Continue reading Cheese Curd Country
Macaroni...er...Penne and Cheese. Who doesn't love macaroni and cheese? I am lactose intolerant and I will still throw back 2, 3, 4 lactaids to enjoy the beautiful and savory flavor of macaroni and cheese, even if it is Kraft. I am a "whole foodie" and by that I mean that I try to stay away … Continue reading Macaroni…er…Penne and Cheese
Have you ever heard of Archimedes? He was a Greek scientist born in Syracuse, Sicily in a Greek empire and made so many advances in science. He reminds me of my second child in that he was so preoccupied with his studies that when the city he was living in was taken over, he didn't … Continue reading What is an Archimedes Screw?
Often at night, while up for the umpteenth time to use the bathroom, I will check my phone or peruse facebook. One night I saw a sponsored video where a woman was making different themed diaper tricycles for a baby shower. The idea was too cute to pass up and I thought it would be … Continue reading Dinosaur Diaper Trike
(Make sure you click to see the beautiful photo Jacob took of me as my budding photographer) I honest to God can not believe that I only have TEN WEEKS LEFT until this baby comes! I spent the first 26 weeks or so in disbelief about even being pregnant before I committed to Hypnobirthing which … Continue reading I Have How Many Weeks Left???