I have been MIA. Between the craziness of the Christmas season and being sick for most of the month of December, I just didn’t post here. Hopefully now that we are back to school and attempting a normal schedule, I’ll be able to post more frequently. No promises though. 🙂 I just started my final two classes–one of which is a massive capstone project–and I may not have as much time as I’d like.
To Do list for January:
- Finish posting the pictures of the Alzheimer’s Advent calendar. The books turned out nicely and my big tough 20 yo made sure he took it with him when he left for a job several states away.
- Get the sugar back out of the house.
- Make another menu plan–and stick with it!
Bwwwwaaaahahaha. The irony. Start a diet blog one day and the next day buy this load of crap.
In my defense, I rarely (I almost said never….but…well…there’s the proof) buy this sort of junk. The last time I bought this stuff was probably 2 years ago for our last high school graduation. My youngest son graduates from high school on Saturday and we have my family coming in to help us celebrate (YAY!!). There are 20 of us and we will be crazy busy.
The change my diet so we’re healthier mantra is temporarily suspended. 😉
Let the partying begin!
Welcome! I started this blog as a way to keep accountable for cooking healthy…..I need all the help I can get.
My husband was diagnosed in October 2010 with early-onset Alzheimer’s at the age of 42. My motivation to cook healthy comes from my desire to do whatever I can to slow down the progression of the disease. It may be a losing battle, but it is one that I intend to fight with all that I am.