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IMG_2754 IMG_2755 IMG_2756 IMG_2758 IMG_2759 IMG_2760They are only little for a little while. I love the monkey-like expression on Owen's face in this last one!


Terrarium Love

terrarium23 terrarium24 terrarium10 terrarium22I love terrariums and succulents. I especially love air plants. My frien Jen Moore of Jem Raw Chocolates gave me one for my birthday two years ago and it's thriving, despite the fact that it sits on top of my cookbooks most days and I frequently forget it's weekly bath most weeks. I found this post on the lovely blog,; perhaps I will devote a day to terrarium creation. When I do, I will share it with you. Until then, enjoy.

Thank you Rebecca from a daily something blog!

Morning Routine

IMG_2158Good Morning!

IMG_2159Make bed later.

IMG_2160Brendan's been up for a while.

IMG_2166IMG_2163Chicken, Piggy, and Frog want to shower too.

IMG_2168Light a candle.

IMG_2169Hi Owen!

IMG_2170 Hi Brendan!




Heat some water. Slice up a lemon and add it to a big glass of warm water. Sip until its gone.

IMG_2180 IMG_2181Meanwhile Make oatmeal. 2/3 cups, let soak for at least 10 minutes. You can also do this the night before, but who as the foresight, really?

IMG_2184Feed the LOVE jar.

IMG_2185 IMG_2186While the oatmeal is soaking, make eggs. Heat butter over medium-high heat - use a lot. Crack two eggs. Let cook for 2 minutes, then turn down the heat. After about 5 minutes, flip. This technique takes about 7-8 minutes for the eggs to be ready, but they taste like eggs from heaven. Slow cooking seems to have that effect, yes?

IMG_2192 [wpvideo 3sqtdMgU] Add seed mix, ghee and/or coconut oil, and turmeric. Bring to a boil. Cover. Turn the heat to low and let cook for 20-30 minutes.

IMG_2198 IMG_2199Love on the boys.

IMG_2201 IMG_2206IMG_2209Honor the sacred in your home.

IMG_2208Make the bed. Ah, better.


Oh Kinfolk

Kinfolk_In-Search-Of-Home_v5-10-02-12_01-300x421Oh, how I love you oh so much! Things that I love so much about Kinfolk:

Wool. Simple. Togetherness. Candle light and Lightbulbs. Wood. Animal. Vegetable. Mineral. Canoe. Earth. Burlap. Leather. Food. Table. Fire. Friends. Thread. Outdoors - Open Air. Ceramic. Glass Jar. Rustic, but ... Canvas - Sailcloth. Scarves. Twine. Cloth. Paper.

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