Although I only had a four day work week since my parents were in town, as soon as I got back to work on Tuesday, there was so much to be done!
Finally!!! It is grilling weather! Is it just me, or does everything taste better grilled? This week John and I had grilled chicken two nights and grilled brats another... They were fabulous!
Please tell me that someone else is equally excited about this!! I meant to take a picture of our yummy grilled chicken but we ate it too fast!
Need a veggie to go with your grilled meat? Try this recipe for cauliflower cheese sticks... So good!
DIY: Etched Glass Monogram!
I began by printing the monogram out on an 8x11.5 sticky label. I then used an x-acto knife to cut out the monogram (in our case, JPL) and stuck the label to the piece of glass that I wanted to etch.
Then I used an etching cream over the exposed areas to etch the monogram. Leave the etching cream on for 30 minutes and then rinse.
I decided to put some faux eggs in the vase. It is hard to see the etched monogram in the picture, but it in person it is the perfect amount of noticeable (not gaudy, but definitely visible!).
On Pinterest (where else, right?), I came across Greek yogurt covered blueberries, and it seemed like the perfect grab-and-go breakfast!
Begin by covering your blueberries (I also used raspberries!) in Greek Yogurt and place on wax paper. After you cover all of your berries, put in the freezer for an hour.
Once your berries are frozen, put them in a ziplock baggy and leave them frozen until you're ready to eat. They take a few minutes to soften up, but are great to just grab a few here and there when you're looking for something to hold you over!
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