How are my friends today? We are trying to get over colds in our house plus we went to the dr today for pink eye….yuck!! So, trying to get things done around the house has been especially hard this week. Our 2 year old turns 3 this Saturday and we are having a small party to celebrate the 3 wonderful years the Lord has given us with our spunky little man, AND I HAVEN’T DONE A THING FOR THE PARTY!!!! It’s Tuesday people!! I had a long list of party to do’s while the boys were in school today and when pink eye visited us last night I knew that I wasn’t going to get much done with them with me. However, I still felt optimistic that I wanted to try to get some things done that weren’t birthday related to make my Thursday a little less hectic but just getting the boys in and out of the car at two stops was exhausting and we quickly called it a day. Why is it so difficult carting little kids around town?!?!? God bless them! If I only had a recorder for the conversations that we have in the car while running errands. Why is that car green? Why did God make bad people? Why are there spots on my window??? Why???? Why??? I don’t know?!?!?! It makes me laugh !! Like I said before I am really going to miss these days. They are flying by so fast. My baby is going to be in Kinder next year and it just breaks my heart. Here is a picture of him catching a fish this weekend.
He is getting so big! Also, this weekend I made a delicious Spaghetti Sauce that I want to share with you. It’s so easy to make and worth every effort to make this instead of a jarred sauce. So worth it!!
Have blessed rest of your week. 🙂
- 1/2 cup olive oil
- 10-12 minced garlic cloves
- 3 (15oz) cans of tomato sauce
- 1/2 teaspoon cumin
- 1/4 teaspoon oregano
- 1/2 tablespoon Parsley flakes
- 2 lbs of Italian sausage
- Brown your sausage and set aside.
- Heat you olive oil on medium heat.
- Add garlic to olive oil and let simmer until the turn a light brown. Do not burn.
- Add the tomato sauce to the garlic and oil.
- Add the sausage and seasonings (cumin, oregano, and parsley).
- Let the sauce simmer on a low heat for about 20 minutes.