A Bale of Turtles
We went for a stroll this morning and found a bunch of turtles sunning themselves. Of course, being the age my kids are we scared them back into the water. Luckily there was a small bench halfway around the pond we were strolling. Coming upon the bench I had the kids sit down as quietly… Continue reading A Bale of Turtles
Time to fold the clothes
A week before my birthday I decided to create a gluten-free cake using just coconut flour. Unfortunately, it turned out flat and salty. Below is the recipe. Chocolate Blueberry Cake 1/2 coconut flour1/4 monk fruit/erithrotol1/4 coco powder1tsp of baking powder, baking soda and sea salt1cup blueberries4eggs4oz cream cheese1 stick of butter11/2 tsp vanilla extract1/4 citrus… Continue reading Gluten-free Cake.
Time in Big Bend National Park
We spent the week of the twelfth to the seventeenth in the Big Bend National Park. On Monday the thirteenth we woke up had breakfast and were out the door by eight O’clock in the morning. We drove an hour to the Dino exhibit. Upon arrival, we met with Ranger Megan (this may not be… Continue reading Time in Big Bend National Park
The girls decided to make me a snack. I had to lie down for a bit my body is tired. So they decided to get selomi out with cream cheese and pickles.
Hearts for Valentine
We usually don’t celebrate Valentine’s day. This year Mother Nature decided to provide us with Love. In the last month and a half, we have noticed all these hearts shaped from rocks and prickly pear cacti. While we were exploring the Colossal cave we discovered a heart hole in the cavern wall. So from my… Continue reading Hearts for Valentine
Kartchner and Colossal Caverns
The past couple of weeks has been filled with so much adventure. We have done so much exploring and learning that I have not had time to write about it. We did go to a couple of caverns that need to be talked about. On moving day from Tombstone to Benson, Arizona the kids and… Continue reading Kartchner and Colossal Caverns
Stop Saying it’s OK
Imagine having a child on the spectrum. Now imagine a child on the spectrum who loves talking to everyone. This child loves to tell jokes and make people laugh. Now can you imagine being this child’s parent and asking him/her to stop telling jokes for the umpteenth time? In less than an hour only to… Continue reading Stop Saying it’s OK