It happens twice a year – we change the clocks either forward or backward as part of daylight saving time. Neither is optimal in my opinion. No matter what, everyone is always off for at least a week and it’s rough going. I am a proponent of just changing them by 30 minutes and leaving it. No more changing it twice a year. Just deal with the daylight as it comes. But, that’s just me.
Warm fall days have been the rule these past few months in Central New York, bringing outdoor fun to our weekends.
Catch up with my typical fall schedule, which includes working out, more school/extracurricular activities and my teaching schedule.
It’s #WineWednesday again and the last official day of summer. In the Central New York area, we’ve had a spectacular summer with hot, sunny weather. Even today, there is not a cloud in the blue sky and temperatures are soaring to 82. It’s hard to believe it’s the last day of summer but tomorrow, fallContinue reading “#WineWednesday: Last Day of Summer…Looking to Fall”
This afternoon we took our annual journey to Behlings Apple Orchard to pick apples. It’s a fall tradition only this year, it was about 82 degrees and sunny! This year’s apple crop wasn’t as good as previous years, probably because of the lack of rain in Central New York this past summer. Still, we managedContinue reading “Grapeless Wines”
Last week, it was 80 and sunny. The family all went to pick apples at Behling Orchard. Today is a rainy, fall day in Syracuse, N.Y. So I did what any crazy mom would do with bushels of apples…I am making homemade applesauce for my baby! He’s just starting to eat solid food but doesn’tContinue reading “Baby Food”