Fall is here!
How do you measure happiness?
First, you have to know what is happy when it is staring you in the face. Because, as a mother of a busy family, happiness can look a lot like chaos. Sometimes it is disguised as dust balls coating a nicked wood floor. Or a pile of laundry that mystically grows LARGER every time you begin folding it. It can be a toddler screaming at the top of their lungs in the middle of the produce aisle or a nearly-tween daughter putting her hand on her hip and declaring that you, in fact, know nothing.
One place I can always count on finding and measuring happiness is in the kitchen.
I grew up in central Wisconsin on a dairy farm. Our only spices were salt and pepper and the common ingredient of potato was in nearly every meal. This did not stop me from dreaming big. After picking black caps—more commonly known as blackberries—in the woods (and escaping a raging bull named Harvey with an impressive vertical over a barbed wire fence at the tender age of 8,) I decided to make a stellar dessert that would propel my status of average middle child to master chef...
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Alice in Wonderland Party : create.
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Dr. Seuss Party with Thing 1 and Thing 2, the fish and the Cat! : creativity.
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Welcome to the kingdom of the Bluegrass Princesses.
I am Julie Napier, mommy to four gorgeous princesses, wife to their hot daddy; a runner, a writer, an artist, a baker, and enjoyer of life. Follow our adventures in creativity in the Bluegrass!
This Magic Moment
"Choose Kindess & Laugh Often."