I guess you can say that I've been an artist my whole life. But honestly, everyone can say that. There is talent everywhere you look, it's just a matter of being able to see it, and appreciate it.
For 2018, I have decided that I’m going to focus all of my attention to expanding my field of travel with my family.
The weekend before the 4th of July holiday was the date for our 2017 summer challenge. We decided to hike Mt.
Because I can't technically "unschool" in NY, what Elon proposes, which is how I approach learning with my kids, can't be all that bad.
We entered into the winter season with ambitious goals of knocking of as many winter peaks as possible for the Catskills 3500 club.
My middle son has never asked for much and when it comes to birthdays, he's more reserved than most, wanting only to have cake (no singing) and to pick out a "big" gift at the local toy store.
It's been a few months since I've lasted posted.
I found myself with a small head of cauliflower, and wasn't sure what to do with it.
We started out on our Catskills hike this past Saturday with the goal of reaching the summit of Balsam Lake Mountain.
This is a blog post that has been a year in the making. When we decided to homeschool our kids two months into the 2015 - 2016 school year, I had contemplated blogging all about my experience.
We went apple picking the other day - such a glorious day to go, and yet today somehow, I decide to perfect candied bacon!
We decided to take it easy today. I've been pushing hard to establish a routine with the kids, but even I can't stand that for too long.
It's been a full two weeks since we started up with homeschooling for the year. It's been stressful, exhausting and mostly frustrating - but all worth it.
I'm spent! Today was the first day of school for my kids for the 2016 - 2017 school year. This will mark the first full year we homeschool the kids.
This weekend I had my very first lobster / clam bake. I've been wanting to have one because fresh lobster and clams are simply to die for.
We set off this past Saturday to hike 4 peaks in one day - an aggressive challenge, but one we were all eager to accept.
When any food goes on sale, that provides many opportunities to try out new recipes and ideas in the kitchen.
Today, I found myself wanting chicken, cheese, tomatoes, cilantro and avocados - yes, very specific desires, but begging for a fresh approach.
This year, for Cinco de Mayo, I decided to make pork carnitas, in addition to other Mexican themed cuisines for dinner with friends.
When a recipe comes out even better the second time around, you know you have a winner. This is such a yummy recipe for zucchini bre