It's been 4 months since I dropped a note. Dropped a blog? No matter. It's been awhile. Life with 3 boys under 5 has proven to be busy with a side of busy topped with a dollup of busy. But wow, it's also making my heart explode. My oldest is such a great care-taker, helping with the baby. And my second just talks more and more. I mean he talked a lot before but now he's mostly understandable. And holy cow are these little guys funny. Even the baby. He has been cracking himself up lately. I love it!
In other news, I've been dealing with kidney stones. Whatthe? Yea boo. Some combination of needing to do the cleanse of all cleanses and the crazy things that physiologically happen to us while pregnant is what I suspect. My debut stone was 6mm! I had to have it blasted, doh! The runner-up is 3-4mm and just not cooperating so far. Might have to go in to get them all (Oh yea, word on the street is that there's like 3 more in each kidney. Good times.) scoped out in a couple days. Send me good juju that I pass this one and don't have to go in! Then I can go see my MD homeopath and he can do his thing! In the mean time I am using some Nikken products that my wonderful friend Cindi has lent me to try and help pass it. I want everything Nikken. Just sayin'.
On the Gardenuity front, there are EXCITING things coming up! The transaction is complete and new products and materials are being finished. I will post about all that in a couple weeks when it's all live! I.am.so.excited.about.it.all!
In the mean time I'm just going to look outside. Right now I see blue sky! I'm not sure it's possible to be in a bad mood when I see blue sky after all that grey. And no more snow. Nevermind that we still might get some here and there until May (is over?) but whatevs. We are ready to run free over here after being cooped up most of the winter. I still can't believe we won't be seeing our neighbor outside this year or any ever again. Honestly, it still doesn't seem real. I have a feeling just being out in the back yard this year will be a reminder to us about the fragility of life, and an honor in his memory.
Which brings me back to the start. I'm so thankful for spring and new life and well, LIFE.
I hope you are thawing out and will continue to check back with me for new recipes, new thoughts and new information. Mostly crunch, of course, with a side of mush!