Baking up a Storm

Hey Everyone!

The past few days I have been doing a lot of cooking and baking. 

Over the weekend I made homemade pineapple curry šŸ› which turned out delicious. I also helped my mom make Father’s Day dinner, as well as having helped make gingerbread.

Monday, I baked up some gluten free popovers for myself as well as more gingerbread for the parents. Not to mention having mixed up more of the gluten free brown rice flour mix I use for baking. 


Yesterday (Wednesday) I made a batch of gluten free almond tea cookies, I liked them so well I made more today. 


I have also spent a bit of time on Pinterest getting ideas for decorating and other Homemaking ideas. 

I am definitely yearning to have a job and a home of my own, as there is so much I want to do and try when it comes to Homemaking. I want to try different kinds of cooked jams and jellies as well as candle making. 

This is the time of year when I would love to be living on some acreage, so I could have a nice garden and be raising chickens, a couple goats, maybe some pigs. I definitely want to be able to do more homesteading and Homemaking like what women did in my grandmother’s generation and before. 

It’s great that women have more of a choice of what they do with their lives. At the same time being a homemaker has become stigmatized and taboo. Being a homemaker is a totally valid choice for women, and shouldn’t be stigmatized, when a woman chooses to be a stay at home wife and mother. 

Interior Design InspirationĀ 

Hey Everyone!

Today I had gone to the Old Spaghetti Factory with some of my mom’s side of the family. This one was definitely more decorated than the one we normally go to. It has way more antiques, especially in the way of lamps and chandeliers. They looked like they were all from the 1920’s and 1930’s.

I am fascinated by old decorations, particularly those of the 1920’s, 1930’s and 1950’s. So this was right up my alley.


I thought these lamps and chandeliers were beautiful.