I am literally writing this a second time because the airport wifi just knocked me out of the system and my entire blogpost did not save! As I teach my students in "The Gratitude Project" we must focus on what is working, not on what is not working. So, I will focus on the fact that I have a laptop, I have wifi (sorta) and I am sipping my favorite coffee. I am also waiting to fly to Florida where I will be able to help out other family members, something not everyone can just pick up and go do. Today, I am thankful for a work from home career that is mobile!
Activities, Planning and Positive Thinking
The National Archive in Washington DC was the highlight of the week. We attended a military promotion ceremony that was conducted right in front of the Constitution and The Declaration of Independence. This was an easy one to mix into the homeschool academic curriculum, especially when you throw in checking out The Magna Carta and a wonderful display educating people on America's...
Alright Florida friends, do you remember the ice cream cones that were mixed with some sort of amazing orange slushy deal at a particular theme park when you were a kid? I'm not sure what it was called, but it was right outside of the singing bird thing! You know what I mean. Anyhow, I have still not gotten over the occasion craving for that treat! I have also been working with kids lately and have been playing around with some fun ideas for them. So when I opened up my fridge tonight and saw that one lonely orange, well....you know what I had to do.
1 large orange
1/2 cup coconut cream
1 T honey
1 t vanilla extract
6-8 pcs of ice
Throw all ingredients into the blender until smooth.