Over the weekend my best friend of over a decade came to Florida to spend her birthday with us. On Sunday we had her over for dinner with this ice cream cake for dessert. I found the recipe on this food website that I just conveniently can't find now. But I remember what I did so let's get into it.
The Monday before Halloween, Aiden's school hosted their annual Harvest Festival. The kids got to dress up, do crafts, play, listen to stories and carved a pumpkin. The boys had fun but there were a few things that could have been improved if there was more parent involvement. I did my best Harley Quinn face and the boys dressed up as Transformers. The event lasted about 2hrs but they got alot packed into that time. Especially since we were planning on staying in on Halloween, I wanted to boys to enjoy themselves as much as possible in a safe environment.
I promised Fred that I would make him porridge for breakfast one day during the week, but I wanted to do t the way that my mom does it, so I kinda got her help on this one but with my own measurements.
Another Sunday has passed and we had some more people over for dinner.
We made steak and potatoes, which were amazing to say the least. But I decided that today was the day that I was finally going to use the can of carrot juice that was sitting int he fridge for months. This is definitely NOT for anyone under the legal drinking age in your country. You will taste less carrot and more alcohol lol but it's SO good. You can of course use carrots and puree them, but this is the Super easy cheat code version!
Curry goat is the one thing that Jamaicans HAVE to have at every major event or gathering. It is possible, that something might be inherently wrong with you, if you don't like curry goat. We're having company over for dinner tonight and curry goat is the one thing that is easy enough yet "special" enough to serve to our guests.
This seems simple enough to do, but apparently it isn't something that is well known. I HOPE that this post helps those of you who are in this predicament where folding a fitted sheet isn't your forte.
The school year is coming to an end and we decided to get a gift for Aiden's teacher. I read a couple of posts about what teachers ACTUALLY want to receive and the one that stood out most to me was school supplies. This is something that teachers more often than not go out of pocket to purchase year round for their students. And while this may not cover his needs for an entire year, it will help tremendously. In total, everything, costed around $40.00.