I love vegetables. My family loves most vegetables. But I find that I am getting in a rut when it comes to preparation of said vegetables. Added to the fact that our life has been crazy busy and it is a struggle for me to get dinner on the table in a timely manner when I am trying to feed the kids and hubby a healthy dinner. (Especially hard when I get home at 6:05 from work each night and am trying to get dinner on the table by 6:30 at the latest!)
Enter new Green Giant Seasoned Steamers!
Available in six different varieties, Green Giant Seasoned Steamers™ are one of
the first sauce-free seasoned vegetables to bring unique chef-inspired
seasonings and premium cut vegetable blends to your dining room table. These tasty Seasoned Steamers are bound to spice up any meal with six
varieties including: Mediterranean Blend, Tuscan Seasoned Broccoli, Brussel
Sprouts with Sea Salt and Cracked Pepper, Honey Roasted Sweet Corn, Honey Dijon
Carrots and Backyard Grilled Potatoes.
I was so …
5 years ago today I went in to the hospital to have a scheduled C-section for my last child! We knew going in that we were done have children and we chose to have my tubes tied after my C-section. When I laid my eyes on Benjamin for the first time I knew without a shadow of a doubt that our family was complete. Not a day goes by that I don't thank God for Benjamin!
I thought it would be fun to ask him some questions and record his answers about his life as a 5 year old!
1. Who is your favorite person in the whole world? Sissy 2. What is your favorite color? Red 3. What is your favorite television show? Choo-choo trains 4. What's your favorite outfit? Choo-choo outfit 5. What sport do you like the best? basketball 6. What song is your favorite? Lion Guard 7. What is your favorite cereal? Lucky Charms 8. Who is your best friend? Mommy 9. What do you want to be when you grow up? Choo choo train and Darth Vader 10. What is your favorite book? Star Wars book 11. What are you really good at? playing w…
On Monday, I had the privilege to meet a fellow blogger. I got to meet "Sluggy" from DON'T READ THIS; IT'S BORING!. She and her hubby were gracious enough to come visit me, Bill and the kids in our town as they were heading back toward their home at the end of their month long, cross country road trip.
She is as genuine and wonderful in person as she is on her blog. My kids loved her and Ben told me that he missed her when she left!
We had a lovely visit and I got to hear several funny stories from their road trip and from her life. We treated Sluggy and Dan to a home-cooked lunch--- pasta bake, garlic bread and green beans.
After lunch, Sluggy gave us some treats....including shampoo from her toiletry stash and her homemade relish for my hubby. She also gave us a lightbulb from one of her stops in Idaho! She also gave me 2 books that I look forward to reading.
She also blessed the kids with some fun treats that she had picked up for them on her travels! They were so…