June 21, 2013
Matt Maher is one of my favorite artists. He's intelligent, brave, smart, and sensitive. When it comes to fatherhood, he glows. In fact, he's the first father that has ever opted to pull up a video, not a picture, when I asked to see a photo of his small son, Conner. Matt pulls out his iPhone, and shows me a video of a sweet little 22-month-old jumping on the counch. The next time I saw Matt, he showed me how good Conner is at kicking a soccer ball. Really, after seeing this, I desperately need to borrow someone's toddler just so I can play with them. This was an such an endearing way to show off his son. Might be a good way to show off something fun at your next apearence or opportunity to show off your family.
Never let children near the grill. Remember, it can remain very hot even after it is no longer being used.
Be sure to check the internal temperature of foods on the grill, to be sure everything has been cooked appropriately.
If picnicking outdoors, avoid leaving out foods that require refrigeration and/or foods that can quickly spoil.
"Empty milk cartons should be recycled, not put back in the refrigerator!"
Right now she could be
Realizing she's got a bowl full of dry cereal and she's out of milk
Cleaning her grill
Scrubbing the bathroom
Steaming her window treatments
Hosing off her porch
Besides purchasing a product with DEET to keep bugs away, here are some more-natural repellents:
She Easy Grill Recipe
4 skinless, boneless chicken breast halves
1 cup fat free Italian-style dressing
1 green bell pepper
1 red bell pepper
Place washed chicken breasts in large sealable bag. Add 1 cup fat-free Italian dressing and close. Let marinate for 5 to 10 minutes.
Cut up peppers into big chunks, and zucchini into big slices. Put into another sealable bag. Coat with leftover dressing.
Grill chicken and veggies over medium heat.
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