11 years with Annie!Today, I had the opportunity to speak to Early Intervention parents and professionals about "Having That First Conversation with Families" - families of children with special needs. Having been on both sides of the fence - a parent and a professional - I offered my perspective. In preparation for my presentation, I read about a training for … Continue reading Top Ten Things To Know About a Child with Special Needs
When my friend, Kay Fields, posted this recipe on her Facebook page, I couldn't wait to try it! In fact, I didn't - not yet anyway - I know it's good!Best chicken salad EVER is how she describes it! Here is the recipe for Kay's Chicken Salad in her words: 1) I boil ONLY white large chicken breasts … Continue reading Best Chicken Salad EVER
I have no idea! That is my usual response to the question "What's for Supper?" that I hear frequently. Unless I have done any amount of planning, I really don't know. It's not that there is not food in the freezer, it's just that I don't always plan ahead to have something thawed or ready … Continue reading What’s for Supper?
The sweet spot is a place where a combination of factors results in a maximum response for a given amount of effort. In baseball, a given swing will result in a more powerful hit if the ball strikes the bat on the latter's sweet spot. OK, I' ve been watching too much baseball this weekend! It's … Continue reading The Sweet Spot – S’mores Bars
If you want a super simple breakfast recipe, this it. There is no need to cook the sausage for this recipe. Just buy Jimmy Dean fully cooked sausage crumbles. One package is just the amount you need. Just mix the ingredients and bake. You can serve warm, reheat later or even freeze and heat one … Continue reading What’s for Breakfast? Sausage Swiss Muffins