September 26, 2008

Today

I am still sleepy :) But I have an agenda today- Leiah, who goes to school, is getting out early today, so I need to bust it this morning to get the important things done. So far I've done my cleaning, which was just touching up from Monday.

1. clean sinks and toilets and change trash

2. vacuum living room


Next on the list is:

finish folding and put away the laundry

unload dishwasher and reload,

then, start the cooking, which will be :

Raspberry bars

Pumpkin muffins- I have a recipe in my Taste of Home cookbook

Cultured veggies- I am using this recipe with some changes based on what I have on hand. Lacto-fermented vegetables are so very healthy for the body because the nutrients are made more available to you and the natural probiotics populate the gut thereby boosting immunity and keeping the gut clean. I haven't made any in a long time and this time I am using whey from the kefir, which is already full of healthy bacteria thus ensuring the success of my veggies. More about that later. I will try to change the batteries in the camera and take some pictures of what I am doing and explain better.

Then, I may go back up to the library and get new videos for the babysitters tonight. Then I want to work on the quilt, but we'll see :)

Oh, and to Liz, Leiah is 5, will be 6 in January, Alexa is 4, will be 5 in December, and Sarah is 2 and will be 3 in March. Leiah is more like a 3 year old because of delayed speech and development. I am looking forward to the day when all are potty trained :) Alexa has been for almost two years, Sarah is working on it and Leiah is working on it...Time to get with it here.

2 comments:

jesnicole said...

I'M GLAD YOU'RE FEELING BETTER. :) AND THAT DIP YOU MENTIONED IN THE EARLIER POST WAS SERVED AT A PARTY I WENT TO A COUPLE OF WEEKS AGO, AND IT WAS DELICIOUS! HAVE A GOOD WEEKEND.

liz said...

oh boy, you DO have a handful, one baby right after another, plus the developemental delay...i hope there are good special ed programs where you live, as they are great for them, especially in the early years. im trying to train my 21/2 y.o. son now, not working out so well, he refuses to do his poops on the toilet, so im stuck with the diapers too!but dont worry, they wont go to college in diapers.. my 23 y.o. daughter dosent(lol)!