I set out for this week with one intention and many goals. Amazed by what was accomplished and the progress made by my attempt at homeschooling.
Yes, today marks the first finished week of homeschool kindergarten for T. I was taken off guard by how much he already knew but especially by how quickly he’s learning.
I’m tired no doubt and nervous as to weather I can maintain. So many full time jobs for one person.
Grateful for the freedom we have to pursue what our hearts desire. I’m just not quite ready to ship these precious littles separately to be taught by someone who doesn’t know them like I do. We’ll see what time tells.
Aside from that I’ve been doing a detox on our belongings. I’ve turned every drawer and box over and weeded out everything I could. I feel like I can breathe again and so ready for a simple and colder season.
The kitchen has turned out a few gems itself. Cherry tart to roasted salsa. I didn’t follow a recipe per usual but promised I’d attempt to share the method.
Roasted salsa (to taste):
Hot peppers cut in chunks
Garlic cloves peeled and halved
Salt / pepper / lime juice /cilantro
Line a baking pan with parchment. Lay veggies cut side up in single layer. Roast at 400 degrees till onions are translucent and tomatoes just barely charred. I removed the tomato skins after they roasted but that’s not necessary. Blend and add seasoning to taste.