Beyond Deweyville

Breeding, feeding, writing, reading, crafting, and photographing in Orange County, CA Where it has become a novelty to raise your own kids and mow your own grass (if you can afford some).

Summer, you get back here right now! September 9, 2008

Filed under: General — mothersandothers @ 9:46 pm

Is it possible to deny summer it’s exit? I’ll tie it to the tree in our backyard and make it stay. To remain in the spirit of things I’ve

1. Given the toes a coat of Wyatt’s Swim Trunks Blue

2. When Amaiah and I came into some achingly good peaches, if I’m figuring correctly, we ate about 5-10 lbs with about a quart of Agave drizzled on.

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5 Responses to “Summer, you get back here right now!”

  1. noelle Says:

    i love the colors in the toes picture…

  2. Auntie Vickie Says:

    What in the world is Agave Nectar?? I am soooo happy to see summer go for awhile…come on winter.

  3. mothersandothers Says:

    Auntie, Agave is just another natural sweetener that comes from a plant. It is slightly sweeter than honey and a tad thinner. It’s better than honey though because it won’t spike your blood sugar the way honey and refined sugar do. Look for it in the store right next to honey. šŸ™‚ Not sure if you can find it in large chain supermarkets yet, but definitely Henry’s, Wild Oats, Whole Foods, Mother’s, Trader Joe’s.

  4. Rob Says:

    all i think of when i hear agave is tequila. you sure that it does not make the kids at least a little tipsy?

  5. Auntie Vickie Says:

    I will be sure to put it on my list ! I love finding out about things like that…you clever girl you


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