Winter storm Q paid us a visit this morning. We were only supposed to catch the tail end and get about 2", maybe 4" in isolated areas. Well, they were wrong again and we ended up with a bit more here in mid-Michigan, considering we had green grass as of last night. Who is naming these storms anyways? They need a bit of creativity.
Speaking of creative, about a year ago I decided, due to some health issues, to go gluten free. I haven't gone 100%, but I have lost close to 40 pounds (yes, just by doing this) and feel much better. My sister sent me a gluten free cookie recipe to try. It has garbanzo beans in it. Yup beans. No flour, just beans. I was skeptical, but there was also peanut butter and chocolate chips. I am a huge peanut butter fan (Hubby almost had to buy stock in Jif during my first pregnancy) and chocolate speaks for itself to most of us. So I decided to try them this morning. OH MY. I am amazed that something like beans can be turned into something so sweet and yummy. Oh, and there is only honey for the sweeter so no bad sugar. The recipe can be found at Erin's blog Texanerin Baking (how cute and creative is her blog name?) Even if you don't have to eat gluten free and want a recipe that is really healthy, but hits that sweet craving on the head I highly recommend these!
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
It is what we in the midwest refer to as the dead of winter. Everyone has cabin fever and ready for some sunshine that doesn't come very often. We are not without things to do here though. There is a lot happening here at home and the farm. I have added one more title to my long list, which is Editor for a children's ministry website that I am really excited about. I will share more on that once the site is redone and finished. There are also some things happening with the fiber farm that I am excited about but those things are down the road just a bit so stay tuned! A couple of Saturday's ago I took my camera out with me during chore time and did get some beautiful pictures. There is just something about snow on the farm.
|It wouldn't be a farm blog without at least one animal picture.|
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
14 years ago today this sweet little face was born, and about 13 years ago this horse crazy, pickle eating, princess wanna be, came into our home and heart through foster care and eventually adoption. Sometimes I have to remind myself I didn't give birth to her. Happy Birthday Bekah!!!