Friday, March 20, 2009

good day

today I taught Malachai that rule about never, never licking scissors.
I guess I can check that off of the "what responsible mothers teach their tots" checklist.
nice.

and I helped Rachel make a whole lot of deliciousness for lunch .
to get a look at it go here:
http://www.kayotickitchen.com/
and then look for the roti chicken recipe. (do it!)
the roti chicken was pretty good.
the roti pancakes, however, were amazing. I will, from this day forth, incorporate roti pancakes into my weekly menu. I'm serious.

we also ate out on the porch. this blesses my soul. I love porch dining

p.s. I can't sign into my blogger account in Firefox. I can only access it through Explorer. this is bad news for me since the spell check on Blogger in Explorer does not seem to work. I neeeeed spellcheck. Although . . . it is kind of fun that I can write "deliciousness" without the bother of a red underline, don't you think?

9 comments:

Megan said...

I think I'll be trying both of those recipes. Looks delicious!

Anonymous said...

way to go on the spelling, Naomi

Priscilla

Gabrielle said...

Mercy and I both agree that YOU "bless our souls"...

darcie said...

so, I found the roti chicken but would really like to find the pancakes--how do you get to that recipe?

Matt Stromberg said...

If you still want the safety of spell check, try typing everything out as a word document first. You can use the spell check from the word document to check spelling and then you can copy and paste the text onto your blog. Or, you can just go for it and rely on your own spelling ability.

uncle bretty said...

I remember the day my mom taught me never to lick scissors. That was the same day I learned not to run with scissors. And to never leave them laying on the floor. So many rules for scissors!

Naomi Smith said...

mom, the roti pancakes are on the same blog entry as the roti chicken - - you just have to scroll down a bit; let me know if you try them!

thanks, Matt, for the tip (since I certainly can't rely on my own spelling abilty-ness)
(see?)

Caroline said...

I took a look at that blog and OH MY WORD! Thank you for sharing! I am pretty sure that I am going to make the Chocolate apple pie next month for my birthday. Your porch dining set up is so inviting...maybe one day...

Heather Pelczar said...

I struggle with the type/spell thing too. Nice to know I am not alone. I love seeing your clothes drying rack on the porch. I have one just like it. And we have a nice porch for dining, too. :) These things are nice to share with you. :)
As far as the scissors rule, happy the Malachai took to it so quickly. I am still at, "Do not eat rocks." with May. We'll get there one day....