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  1. Wanted was good! Thought another season was maybe coming?? 800 Words
  2. I've been searching for GF DF cookies for dil. Saving recipes from these sites to try: http://amyshealthybaking.com and http://theconsciousplantkitchen.com They both have wonderful looking goodies! I brought Amy's vegan breakfast cookies to work and they disappeared, and the second link has no bake cookie dough bars I think I'll take to the company potluck.
  3. The birthday person gets to pick what's for dinner for the family that night- or whatever night you can get together is what ours has evolved into. Or we eat out together as a family. Now that they're all adults the only gifts are at Christmas. Unless dd and I are shopping together. haha. Actually that's when I pick up some of her Christmas gifts! We did always have the kids' favorite cupcakes--the funfetti ones. I never got to learn to make cakes from scratch like I wanted to for this reason. 😞 But it's a family joke/tradition, especially with ds #2. I apparently went too fa
  4. Second Chance and Lethal Weapon, with dh Vera, Agatha Raisin, Midsommer Murders, Foyle's War. Looking online, looks like I need to check out Acceptable Rick, Jack Irish, Jericho of Scotland Yard and Above Suspicion. All Acorn. And more... Enjoyed Netflix's new movie The Lost Husband. a 'hallmark'.
  5. I'm thinking you would limit the number of classes. It's not like all of my kids can be in a Zoom class at the same time probably, like in a co-op setting. For a younger class for instance- literature, One could read the book to the kids via Zoom, but the mom would have to provide the artsy craft to go with the story. I think it would be harder/more work for the kids' moms! For older kids classes, I think it would be easier. I could see it working for the writing and photography classes I've taught, for instance.
  6. There was one about things you could make with one yard of fabric that had lots of projects...
  7. We played bingo via Zoom with my parents. My sister emailed everyone their bingo cards. We're thinking if everyone has dice, we could do yahtzee next time.
  8. Thank you for sharing this ! Very interesting!
  9. We were eating out all the time, and I'm really enjoying cooking again. I've been able to make and take cooked meals to my parents, too. I'm enjoying the break from working at the office, too, and am able to keep up with housework and laundry. Feels more like the homeschool days again. Feeling more relaxed. And finding more time for Bible reading and prayer here, too. I also discovered Youtube instead of Pandora for music, and for some online sermons!
  10. Is there anything they could build out of wood? Tree house, yard chairs made where one piece of wood slides into the other (my boys did those in Scouts), big Jenga pieces, other. If there's plenty of space, a potato launcher. Make marshmallow shooters from pvc pipe. PVC pieces for a DYI building set. Start a new hobby like wood carving. Read/nap in hammocks. Build an obstacle course.
  11. Kidney beans- chili, or we make a cold kidney bean salad, like potato salad but sub the beans for the potatoes. Black beans- soup (Iowagirleats.com) or cooked with some chili powder and cumin and served over rice, topped with raw onions, tomatoes, crushed taco chips and sour cream. Or in cowboy caviar salad. Navy or other white beans- soup or in calico beans or white chili or baked beans
  12. This. I like to let the mattress air a bit. Often I'll spray it with a lavender oil/tea tree oil/water mix to freshen the bed sometime before putting the sheets back on. Last night the sheets went back on just before bed.
  13. Yeah. We are offered this, but I, too, think of it as nosey. Will live without it.
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