We really didn’t have anything planned for today, and just needed to pick a few things up here and there.
We decided to head out to Anita’s Organic Grain & Flour Mill to see what their store was like, and to get a feel for what they had, and what we could get.
We have been buying our Kamut and Spelt flour at the Ladybug Organic store, and I knew that they got it from this Anita’s Place, and I even knew that it was out in Chilliwack.Â I hadn’t found their website, but Jon took a look, and found it for me.Â YAH!Â We e-mailed them for a price list, and discovered that we really liked their prices, and as far as distance, it works out to about the same to head in to Langley or out to Chilliwack, and so we decided to check them out one day.
Today just happened to be that day.
I have also tried a loaf of Spelt/Kamut breaf made with oil, flour, salt, and baking powder.Â We’ll try it out tomorow morning, and see how it tastes.Â It’s the quick and lazy way to make bread.Â I still haven’t tried out the long and difficult way.Â I’m a bit scared that after all the effort I have to go through, that it would still taste lousy, and then I’d be annoyed.Â Well, I will probably just go for it this week.Â It’s basically a sourdough starter bread, so it takes a week to just get the starter ready, but again the only ingredients are water, flour and sea salt.Â If I can make it for cheaper than $6.00Â a loaf, then I’m doing fabulous.
A friend is lending me her baby bath, and a swing, and so that’s very exciting.Â Jon and I were talking today, and we want to get all the “Big” stuff done before July 1st.Â The kids are done school at the end of June, and I really don’t want them involved in all the painting and set up of the baby’s room.Â The little finishing things, sure – no problem, but not the painting and puttying and sanding and crib set up and other stuff.
That means, that not only do we have to do the walls in the baby’s room, but we also have to get a crib and a change table and a dresser.Â We are hoping ot be able to get stuff that matches.Â Knowing that this might be our last baby, and that it’s kind of a special event, we just want to do it extra special.Â I might have found the bedding that I want.Â I like this pattern.Â I’m just struggling over the price.Â It’s a much better price than what I saw it for in the store today, but still………GULP!
Oh well!Â It’ll all come together eventually, and I don’t need to worry!Â I know that!Â
I’m off to bed now, but I just wanted to say one more thing.Â
To all the Mother’s with living children, and especially those who haveÂ children that are not living…..I hope you have a peaceful day tomorrow and that it would be filled with hope and love and very special thoughts and memories.
And to everyone else, may you be thankful that you had a mother who brought you into this world, and that you are alive and well, regardless ofÂ your life’sÂ circumstances.
May tomorrow be a special day for you all!