I didn't think it was possible but I now have my dryer next to my washer. Out is not totally set up yet - the guy wants to redo a lot of the plumbing still. Amazing I tell you. Amazing. Plus there are now no light bulbs hanging down to hit your head on. He put in recessed lights in places I didn't think it was possible. Next week the dry wall should be going in.
Well it is like ice cream. It is frozen banana blended with frozen spinach and a bit of cocoa powder. Oh and peppermint extract to give it the minty flavor. All on top of whole wheat oat pancakes. I call it a delicious breakfast.
That last post didn't turn out as cute as it was in person. Sorry. So here's something new. Wish I had a good photo to go with it. Instead, I pulled an old photoshopped photo of myself as a Pioneer Woman. It kind of goes with the quote. I think this may be my new mantra.
God is a God who uses broken things: broken soil to produce a crop,
broken clouds to give rain, broken grain to give bread, broken bread to
give strength." -Vance Havner~
I used my fancy dehydrator and then crushed it in my cuisinart mini-prep. I hear it is ready to add to smoothies and muffins and soups and sauces without compromising flavor. We shall see. Now I want more kale! I hope the community garden grows more than it can distribute.
I can't resist sharing the haul I just brought home. By price matching I spent $25 on 54 pounds of food. I got 8 avocados, 6 mangoes, 10 grapefruit, 2 asparagus, 2 red leaf lettuce, pineapple, mushrooms, broccoli, 2 cauliflower, 2 celery, cabbage, book Choy, and tons of apples. I wish I had added it up first to know how much I saved. My sister says I am the lucky one to have a Walmart so close but also so many ads for affordable produce oriented stores. I couldn't agree more. You should see hire many apples we go through in a week more that we don't eat meat.