The other day I sat myself down for a moment, just to think about how everything has been going on lately. I was super happy about many things and not happy about a couple of things as well. I thought even harder about the things I did not like (coz that’s what we always do, human nature). In the process I realized that these unhappy things are extremely hard for me. A good example would be dealing with a handsome cranky baby. Doesn’t sound that bad, does it? Well, for some reason my little one became easily irritable all of a sudden (not like him at all). Wouldn’t agree to be put down not even for a moment, which meant the only time I did not carry him is when he is sleeping on his bed. If you’ve babysat for a while you would understand how hard this can be. To cut the long story short by the end of the day I’d feel too exhausted. So I asked many questions trying to figure it out.
Hello food Thursday! We are ready for you. This week we are making some sweet crispy treats here on the blog. The major ingredients are oblivious from the title. The result was so yummy…I wanna do this again. Here’s the full recipe.
If you liked yesterday’s recipe, then you will love this one as well. I’ve often said that making good stuff is just about mixing up great ingredients. And so this is one of those mixup meals. Mixed meals are my favorites because I get to prepare a simple delicious meal at one go. I won’t have to worry about the time and energy in need for a complex meal.
Hello Lovely people. How have your cooking habits been? Mine have been slow-mo but we are slowly catching up. Guess what! our food Thursday came early today…yeeay!
I wanted to share with you a simple rice recipe to make when you are pressed for time or when you just want a simple healthy homemade meal. You can even make this for your visitors, especially if they do not have a problem about being vegan for that particular visit. It’s a win win coz the meal is so yummy regardless. Let’s get down to it shall we?
I am sitting here, seriously thinking about how far we have come through these past three months and I am absolutely thrilled. I mean, seriously. First, I put together a blog with a clear cut idea of how I am gonna sail through and everything. Next, I setup some kind of a routine to ensure that I have an easier time managing my home and blogging.
Quite a title, isn’t it. Yeah, well I have been doing this for too long that I don’t want to do this anymore, because it is derailing my progress. I want you to stop sabotaging your life as well. If you agree, stick around for the real life talk.
My attention is divided as I am holding him in my hands as I type, but I wouldn’t have it any other way. He has been, still is such a blessing to us. I thank God everyday for this wonderful bundle of joy, broad smiles and little cries here and there.
Being a mother is a nature, not a status you acquire when you have kids. Once you are born female, that nature is in you just awaiting activation. Some people activate mother nature as early as kindergarten by their motherly kindness taking care of other classmates, for other people it happens later on in life and that’s ok cause we are all different. Whether your mother nature is activated or not you are special enough to be called a mother. Happy Mothers Day in advance.
Instead of our usual setup of recipes, I decided I am gonna share with you a recent meetup we had with a couple of friends. The main aim was to fellowship and no fellowship is complete without swallowship right? I totally agree, do you?
Have you heard of the little fish that was given back its life by the prophet of Malachi 4? If you haven’t consider looking up for the quote. I got to thinking about it and realized how much we neglect the little things. The wonder of wonders is that, the mighty God greatly cares about the things we think little in a way that we can never comprehend. For instance, why would He care about the one little fish while there are trillions of fish, uncountable creatures that were still alive when the little fish died. What more is that He was able to recreate another fish with better adaptation, beauty and much more but He didn’t. Think of it.