Monday, December 10, 2018

Colorado Murder


Back in August 2018 there was a horrific murder. Husband and father, Chris Watts, murdered his pregnant wife and two daughters. This has been something that has hit the feelers for me. While wife, Shanann Watts, was very active on social media, we got the picture that life was perfect. If you think about it most of the time that is how anyone tries to paint life on social media. While we may never know if there was any type of domestic violence that occurred before this, we do know it ended this story. It is scary to think even the first time someone is violet that it could or would lead to death. I am so thankful that my story did not end that way. The horror continues as you think about him killing her because of differences they may have had, or afraid of that would happen after a seperation. He then proceeded to kill his children. His two beautiful little girls that held him as the light in their eyes. I watched video after video of him being such a great dad. I’m stumped on what could ever make him hurt them. Some still believe he didn’t kill them, and if he didn’t, he still stuffed them into oil tanks for their final resting place. 

While I am a member of several groups that are talking about this case, they bring many memories up. The other day it was mentioned about why Shanann didn’t fight back? There were no marks or evidence that she fought him back. This could go two ways. Maybe she seen he already killed the babies, she just gave up and didn’t care. However my reality when I was choked was I didn’t have the strength to fight back. When you can’t move otherwise they start squeezing harder, you stop in shock. All I ever could do was look him in the eye and mouth please stop. It didn’t take long before things would go blank and me limp. Luckily that is when my abuser would let go so I didn’t die. 

This post has no meaning, just rambling thoughts from me on a hot topic. Remember if anyone reading this need someone to talk to, I am here. Open ears and heart with no judgement. 

Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Hen in a Hurry Review



Hen in a Hurry is a Chef Prepared Meal Subscription service. All food is made with clean, sustainably sourced, responsibly raised ingredients from trusted farmers and purveyors. There is no waste, prep, or preservatives. Instructions are simple heat and serve.  You can either do microwave or oven. All subscriptions are no commitment, you can cancel at any time.

My opinion: My box arrived on schedule. I worried as it was pretty warm out and didn't anything to be thawing out.  The box it arrived in was a very sturdy Styrofoam box, which I re-purposed into a foot stool. Everything was packed in nice and neat with plenty of dry ice. All food was frozen solid still. I would have nothing to worry about even if it had to sit on my porch until I had gotten home that evening.




Each food item was labeled and had the cooking instructions as well as the ingredients listed. Which you can see that each item is very simple and no added junk. 







I tried to do both cooking methods so I could see how well they did. I am normally someone who doesn't use the microwave often, as I fear things won't come out as well.  I cooked the Taco Bake in the microwave and it was delish.  This was one of those meals I picked out that I normally wouldn't eat.  This is made with quinoa, which I had never tried before. The kids and I were both in love.  It actually makes us want to eat more things made with it, 



The enchilada bake was just as yummy. Once again cooked in the microwave.  I did find that maybe my microwave wasn't as strong as the directions were aimed for.  I had to cook it about a minute or so longer in order to get it cooked all the way to the center. 



The kids insisted that the Approved Mac and Cheese was actually eggs.  It did not taste like mac and cheese, however it did taste like eggs.  My kids insisted that it was eggs, however they all ate it and enjoyed it.  


Our favorite meal, by far, was the Bourbon Braised Pork Belly and Asparagus. This too was another meal we had never eaten before.  I did this one in the oven.  I put both the meat and the asparagus in a cast iron skillet and baked it all together.  There was not one drop left after dinner.  Everyone had full bellies and big smiles. 




Overall I think this is one of my favorite subscription food services. Not only does it have healthier foods, it is cost friendly.  There is no prep with this either so it is quicker to cook and go for a busy day. The foods are kid friendly as there wasn't anything my kids didn't eat!  That is a huge win at my house. I loved that they sent a list of ways to re-purpose the shipping box, that's how I came up with my foot stool idea. We also made smoke with the left over dry ice in the box too. You know since it was Halloween time :). I do believe if you or your family needs a quick meal to go this is right for you. Maybe even a great idea to get some of your elderly family as a Christmas gift! They would love the ease of cooking and still have some great tasting food.




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*I received these meals in exchange for my honest opinion.  These are my real feelings of the food*

Sunday, October 14, 2018

Free Kindergarten Curriculum

If you are looking for some fun Kindergarten printables and curriculum, you have come to the right place. I hope you enjoy these and kind some that works for your needs. 

Thursday, October 11, 2018

Hen in a Hurry




We pride ourselves in being responsible both, locally and globally, and proudly bring these offerings to you from our 10,000 square foot commissary kitchen located in Downtown Greensboro's Morehead Foundry.

All subscriptions are no commitment - pause or cancel any time. All orders placed by 12 Noon EST on Thursday will be shipped the following Monday afternoon. If ship date falls on a holiday then orders will be shipped the following day.


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Sunday, October 7, 2018

Free Pre-School Curriculum


Homeschooling a Pre-Schooler? Here are some great links with lots of freebies. 

Sunday, September 30, 2018

Free Science Curriculum Links

Looking for some FREE Science? Here is a list of some neat lesson sites from Pre-School to 12th grade.


Sunday, September 23, 2018

Lazarus Naturals CBD discount


Lazarus Naturals already has some of the lowest prices in the CBD oil industry. Their assistance program offers an additional 40% discount to military veterans, those on long-term disability and low income individuals.
To start getting the 40% discount from Lazarus Naturals, you need to create an account with them and upload proof of your qualification. To qualify as a military veteran, they need an image of your DD214, military ID or VA card. To qualify as someone on long-term disability, you need to send them a certification letter from a doctor or your Social Security Disability income acceptance letter. To qualify as low income, you need to send them a copy of your tax return for the previous year that shows your income is below the federal poverty level.
After they have approved you for the assistance program, the prices on their website will automatically show the 40% discount as long as you are signed into your account.