There are kale chips in the oven: kale, olive oil, coconut oil, ground sesame seeds, salt and a bit of nutritional yeast. We like to bake them at low temperatures (200 degrees) even though they take longer – they are much less likely to burn.
There is laundry in the machine ready to be hung: diapers, and diaper covers.
There are slab ends in the driveway ready to be cut. Soon.
The list of things to do is long. On it is also walking, doing yoga and playing marimba.
I am liking “Farmacology: What Innovative Family Farming Can Teach Us About Health and Healing” by Daphne Miller, MD that I get to read while nursing and while the little one is napping. I just finished, “The No Impact Man” by Colin Beavan. And both lead me to feel that we are on the right track with our lifestyle and could be doing more.
So I called the local farmer for goat milk today which is good on both accounts of being a more sustainable choice and being good for the bacteria in my intestines.
Speaking of which, I need to also put on more water kefir.
And now I shall go tend to this life instead of just writing about it. And you?