Curry for dinner (and a side story).
A few weeks ago I had the chance to visit Your Dekalb Farmers Market with Amy and Alison. It was amazing. I pretty much lost my mind. I felt like I was walking around in an episode of No Reservations or something. Everyone was speaking a different language. There were fruits and vegetables I had never seen before, and the selection of spices was insane. I picked up a container of every Indian spice available (each was under $0.75 a piece!!!).
Anyway, we now have any spice you can think of and we have Indian on the menu every week. Next on my list is making naan.
Catching bubbles with a net.
Our garden is growing!
My dad is helping us grow a garden. Here you see broccoli.
We also have tomotoes, squash, asparagus, potatoes, peppers, and cabbage.
I am excited to see what the [vegetables] of our labor :)
Old man Charlie.
He requested a "sun" hat and some water.
Sigh. My barefoot children. I guess sometimes it's just nice to feel the grass between your toes.
And the mud too.
Mr. Jack is getting big, and he enjoys taking pictures of himself.
Apparently my son is a superhero.
It's been a while.
I picked up my paint brush yesterday. After all, my shop is pen AND paint.
These are going to be little cameras for the shop.
Last but not least.
These boys are buddies. They fight. They wrestle. They are normal brothers.
I am often am surprised at how they treat one another. Yesterday they surprised me in the car.
I looked back and they were holding hands. They continued the entire trip home.
When we pulled into the driveway I was able to snap these.
A lot of people make comments about how close in age my boys are. It was unplanned on our part.
I am thankful nonetheless. They are definitely close, and not just in age.
PS. Today is the last day to enter to win a $25 shop credit over at Dot in the City.