Last Day of The Year

I woke up first this morning and eagerly got to work on Tate and I’s favorite breakfast: scrambled eggs with lots of vegetables.  The veggies were picked, washed, and chopped before I realized that we only had one egg in the fridge. Bummer.  Our other options were oats with fruit or pancakes but my heart was set on veggies.  So I got creative.

Arrowhead Mills buckwheat pancake mix turned into savory crapes filled with sauteed veggies and topped with spicy yogurt!  I added fresh thyme, dill, parsley, feta cheese, and red pepper flakes to the batter and a little extra water to thin it out.  I loved this breakfast and will definitely repeat it!

Now it’s time to crack down on my “to do” list…

It’s a little late to plant bulbs but it’s gorgeous today and I read that it’s better to put them in the earth and hope for the best because they won’t last until next fall.

I am on the fence about resolutions for the coming year.  Reading over last years resolutions I am happy and proud to say that I have accomplished them!  They are all things that are a lifelong practice but I’ve improved on all of them over the last year.

If you are looking for some inspiration to start off the new year Marc and Angel Hack Life’s 30 Challenges for 30 Days is one of the better posts I’ve read lately-I especially like number 7 and the statement in number 10 that says “our whole lives have been leading up to every moment”.

If you are celebrating New Years Eve today, have a glorious last day of 2011 and I look forward to “seeing” you next year!

xo

Faith

 

3 Comments

  1. Yum. Cai and I made p0ecan cornmeal buckwheat waffles topped with blueberry sauce, maple syrup and butter. Cedar and Megan joined us for a sunny brunch. Thai cooking for tonight, Amy and jim coming, then up the hill to the New Year bonfire. Best to all, papa

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