Okay actually four.
1. A while ago when I posted my Crockpot Salsa Chicken recipe I also shared a recipe for homemade tortillas. These tortillas are so, so good –and I had wondered if I could freeze them to use at a later time. I just wanted to share that I have since tried freezing them two ways: first, I made all the balls and froze them that way and then pulled them out of the freezer, thawed them, rolled them out and cooked them when I needed them. They turned out fine but it was a lot of extra work.
Now I make a big batch, cook them all, then wrap the extras in plastic wrap, then foil, then put in a freezer bag. Thaw before you need them and they come out great! Still chewy and everything. I love this because now I only need to make a mess of rolling them out and getting out the griddle once. Just wanted to pass that along.
2. We made it to January 19th without any serious snow. We now have about 8-10 inches. I still can’t believe we made it to mid-January in Connecticut without snow. It’s unreal! I feel like I got a taste of a Southern winter this year and I’m not gonna lie….I’m kinda jealous of what it must be like down there every year! It was so nice to have such a mild winter. But the snow is pretty, I will admit – so I’m trying to be content that it’s here now and I really have absolutely no choice but to live with it. lol
3. I’m still pressing on in the weight loss and exercise department! I will post an update next week. If you’re working hard at this, too, KEEP GOING! You can totally do it! :)
4. My son Luke had a big eval this week for his feeding and sensory issues. The reason I didn’t post at all this week was because we learned that he is going to need more therapies than we originally thought. It has been a really hard and emotional week for both of us as we’ve processed this info. I will share more at a later time but for now we could both totally use prayer for wisdom for us and the specialists who will be working with him in the future.
Thanks all! I hope you are enjoying your Saturday – whatever it may look like outside your window. :)