Hello! I hope all is well. It’s been a few days since I’ve said hello on here and so I thought I’d take the time to sit down and say hi – and share a little recipe too. This week I’ve helped some friends move, volunteered at the school, watched a few soccer games, and spent a little extra time with the family. We dug out all of our Halloween decorations and the kids carved pumpkins. We played some board games like Scrabble and baked bread together. After such a busy month in September I’m happy to have a slightly slower October.
Emma has already came up with her Halloween costume. She found an adorable black dress that works perfect for a witches dress and she’s going to wear it with boots and a hat. Noah is still indecive on what he will be, and Anika? Well, she’s so busy trying to figure out what to wear for the Halloween themed Homecoming dance this Friday that I doubt she’s even thought much about the actual holiday!
This next week we’ll begin filling our hundreds of trick or treat bags for all of the ghosts and goblins that will arrive on the 31st, and we’ll wrap up the soccer season. Next up: basketball and wrestling.
With the fall weather settling in I’m finding myself wanting to do more baking, so I thought I’d share a little recipe with you. I made these cheesy green onion scones for the first time back during the day of the solar eclipse in August (along with this red onion jam).