Transforming Stale Bagels Into Kid-Sized Pizzas

I have been at it again; taking old food and transforming it into something new and unusual. Of course, since hubby is home today I got a long lecture on food safety. While the bagels were clearly outside of the sell-by dates and way past their prime, they were no mould to be found. IContinue reading “Transforming Stale Bagels Into Kid-Sized Pizzas”

The Six-Dollar Fun Day

One of the unfortunate victims of the current depression is our children. Even if we have more time for them because of reduction in our work hours or lay-offs, we often don’t do things with them because o f finances. Our outing on Monday with my best friend though illustrates that fun does not haveContinue reading “The Six-Dollar Fun Day”

Book Worms…on a Budget

This morning, I am doing one of my favourite things: reading to the children at my daughter’s nursery. Reading is a large part of our family. I and each of my children are book worms with huge collections of books that are at times divested and then re-built. Actually, I have fewer books now thanContinue reading “Book Worms…on a Budget”