Category: in my home

AhmoCoco – Almond & Coconut Milk

After my successful attempt at making a latte from homemade almond milk I knew that I wanted to try and thicken it with natural ingredients. I considered using oat milk and that would certainly raise the protein amount per cup but it would also add a few more carbs – not what I want. And so my AhmoCoco was born!

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My Weird Book Reading Quirk

I love being a part of that world, I love the characters, the setting, the story. And I don’t want it to end. Once I’ve read the last page, it is over. I can never again go back and be in that world in the same way and so I don’t want to leave.

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My Book Reading Term One

I used to devour books. But I spend more time reading articles and blogs now. I want to get back to reading more real books so with that end in mind I have decided to record the books I read each term.

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My Kindle Touch

I already have 35 ebooks loaded… and adding new ones each day. I can’t believe how many great ebooks that Amazon gives away for free! I haven’t even begin to fully explore my Kindle but that’s all part of it, isn’t it?

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Advent Reading

Jotham’s Journey, Tabitha’s Travels, and Bartholomew’s Passage are written for ages 9years and upwards. It all begins with Jotham and it continues in Bartholemew’s Passage culminating in a wondrous story called Tabitha’s Travels.

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The Think Principle

Our home is noisy! Our home is loud! And is filled with constant talk! But, this is a good thing- discussion is a cord that helps to bind the family together. Nevertheless, constant talk can be a drain upon others and it isn’t necessarily beneficial for the talker either. We have discussed a few slogans that have been able to help us to control our tongue- I’ll share them here. THINK…

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Random Quote

Have your children write something every day. Letters to Grandma, a grocery list, a recipe, letters to daddy, etc. In the early years, it isn’t important what – just write a little every day.

— Susan Priolo
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