I'm thinking 1)beef heart kaboobs with bell peppers, onions, squash, etc., 2)maybe some sort of beef liver? I dunno, haven't decided on that one 3)some grilled fresh fish for sure...I don't want to invest too much of my off-work time to cooking though, I need lots of time for movies that i can't watch while the kids and around and the like.
If I just said LOL, I lied. Do or do not. There is no try.
“You have your way. I have my way. As for the right way, the correct way, and the only way, it does not exist.”
And that's why I'm here eating HFLC Primal/Paleo.
good looking kid urban forager! and a CORGI!!
which movies are you planning to watch? beef heart's yummy. i might have some sardines, but no anchovies.
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Thanks, it was the Corgi I wanted to photograph, he just had a bath and that pretty look of his will not last long! Soon as I take him for walk he will jump in the creek and then lie down in the dirt.
Summer = BBQ or crock pot on the back deck for me too. Costs to frickin much for the AC!
hehehe...i wish i had a dog! i love watching them swim. *sigh*
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Your kitchen floor looks much better than ours. And on the violin front, we have got a couple of kiddy ukelele's that our two littles can play when there's some serious violin happenings going down.
On the touchy guy thing, I'm a little torn. Because I love kids too (I've been in childrens ministry at my church for about 18 years now, working particularly with quite kinesthetic boys). Not having seen what you are describing I don't know if you should be alarmed or not with your neighbours behaviour. I think that a general rule of thumb is that anything that is happening with other kids/adults around is almost certainly nothing to worry about. So if you keep your kids (or him) in sight then there shouldn't be a problem.
On the tickling thing, well, I play 'rough games' with my kids every night when I get home from work, which usually degenerates into tickling and/or tears at the end. The key things I try to emphasise with the kids is using your words to let people know when something is bad for you (i.e. everyone stops when someone wants it to stop), as well as the zones which are off limits (eyes, throat and groin) for wrestling.
Were your kids enjoying the games with him?
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