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Archive for the month “March, 2010”

Cooking with the co-op…

I have mentioned before and I will say it again.  I love our dinner co-op.  Don’t get me wrong, I love to cook.  But there is something so nice about having awesome vegan meals delivered to your door.  I wish everyone could participate in a vegan dinner co-op.  Our meals so far this week have rocked as usual.  Monday we were delivered a giant chipotle white bean dish.  It’s a layered dish of beans, kale, chipotle and tomatoes.  It is baked with breadcrumbs on top and then drizzled with cilantro pesto.  Delicious!  It had a side of red bell pepper tomato salad and bread. 

Tuesday night we were delivered a mushroom, kale, tofu dish served with quinoa and sweet potato fries.  It was great.  And what was even better was the fact that the boys enjoyed it as well.  Little bear Adam ate everything, including the mushrooms.  Arthur ate the quinoa and tofu.  This made us very happy because he usually wants bread.  He loves bread.

Monday I created a recipe for Apricot Date Granola.  It is so tasty.  As I mentioned before, I make granola for us because the cost at the store is ridiculous.  The boys loved it too.

Today I am making a roasted coconut carrot soup for the dinner co-op.  The weather is turning warm, so this will most likely be one of the last soups until Fall.  I am serving the soup with a salad.  Some of the greens are from our garden.  Yippee!  And bread.  It is Passover this week, so we will not be eating the bread. 

Well I am off to knead some dough.  Hope you each have a lovely day.

peas and love….
Krys and the boys


Weekend update…..

Hello.  How was your weekend?  Ours was great.  Friday was our usual pizza night.  I made a cheeze pizza for the boys and a sundried tomato pizza with fresh basil and garlic.  The basil came from our garden.  Yippee! 

Speaking of the garden, it is looking great.  I have already had two heads of lettuce from our redleaf lettuce plant.  We have a ton of fresh herbs.  Which saves a lot of money.  They are quite expensive here.  And I very pleased with the basil.  Our mustard and kale will be ready to pick and eat soon.  And I planted some veggies to container garden.  I planted three tomato plants. one cucumber plant, three types of pepper:  jalapeno, serrano, and habanero.  I also planted seeds for the Summer and Fall garden in mini pots.  Hopefully they will sprout.  I am trying my hand at mini baking pumpkins, spaghetti squash, butternut squash and I planted some date seeds.  Hopefully they will grow. 

Saturday the boys had a playdate in the morning, then a birthday party and then we hit the grocery store.  It was fun.  We did all of our errands on foot that day.  We choose to be a one car family.  The weather was nice, so I pushed the boys in the double jogger. 

Sunday we went to a nearby State park.  It was beautiful.  The boys played, we had a picnic and then went for a hike.  The weather was 72F.  Perfect for a hike and we brought Zeke.  He really seemed to enjoy himself.

Before we left for the park and our hike.  Josh made a wonderful breakfast for us.  Blueberry waffles.  Yum!

Over the weekend I created a recipe for peanut butter rice crispy treats.  Wowza!  These were phenomenal.  I will be sending the recipe out to my testers.  Josh and the boys loved them.  Such goodness.

I am off to have a cup of tea.  Hope everyone has a lovely afternoon and evening.

peas and love….

Krys and the boys

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The humble kitchen….

As I mentioned in yesterday’s post, my dear friend Penny has asked what our kitchen looks like.  I call it the humble kitchen.  It is small but gets the job done.  We rent, so I cannot paint the cabinets, I would love to do that.  Instead, the cabinets have art made by Arthur and Adam, which is even better.  I would love to see a  picture of your kitchen too.

This is our dining room.  Our table is small, but nice and cozy for our family meals.  I have my cookbook shelf in it as well as a mini deep freeze which is great.  I love our deep freezer.  There are also plants in the dining room.  We love plants.  And for some reason I am able to grow orchids, so the orchids live in the dining room as well.  Pretty soon, the high chair will be gone and little bear Adam will be joining us at the dinner table.  The door you see leads to our utility room.

This is the kitchen.   On one side is the sink.  The other side is the fridge and the stove.  I love the bakers rack.  It is great.  The panty is on the back wall next to the bakers rack.  I have my apron hanging next to it that my two sweet little guys gave me and the knives up high so little hands won’t think they are toys. 

This is the window over the kitchen sink.  It looks out into the backyard.  It also holds little art pieces that Arthur has made for me and a vase Josh bought for me while we were in Scotland.

Last night I made a tofu Indian curry dish.  I served it over brown rice and made curried chickpea patties to accompany it.  The curry was awesome.  My testers gave it great reviews and one suggested using tofu instead of seitan.  Thanks Crystal!  I tried it with tofu.  Wow!  We loved it.  The curried chickpea patty recipe came from vegweb.  It had more of a falafel feel to it.  Which I was not going for, but they were tasty and the boys loved them.

What are your plans for the weekend?  Josh has to work tomorrow, so the boys and I are solo.  We are having a playdate with friends in the morning and then headed to a birthday party in the afternoon.  Sunday I think we are going for  a hike and a picnic at one of the State parks nearby.  It should be fun.

Well, I am off to make some pizza dough and then we are headed to the botanical gardens.  Once a week I try to take the boys on a field trip.  It is fun, educational and they love it.  We are meeting one of Arthur’s little friends today.  The gardens are beautiful.

Before I close, it is funny picture time.  The first is Arthur playing with some wiggly eyes that was in the craft box.  His face is crazy.  He had fun and we couldn’t stop laughing.  The second is little bear Adam wearing Arthur’s spiderman mask.  He loved it.  We kept laughing because he would pick up his cup and try to sip the straw through the mask.  My boys are the best!

peas and love….
Krys and the boys


Earlier this week I made granola.  We love granola around here.  I just really do not like buying it at the store.  It costs $7 a pound and more.  It is so much easier to make your own and tastier.   Plus there are no preservatives in it.  Just goodness.  I made cranberry orange granola.  It is so good over vanilla soygurt.  Arthur likes his over soy milk.  And it makes a ton, 8 cups worth. 

Cranberry Orange Granola

4c oats

1 1/3c slivered almonds

1/3c ground flax seeds

1/3c coconut

1/2c pecans, chopped

1/2c maple syrup

4tbs orange juice

1tbs orange zest

1/4c vegetable oil

1tsp almond extract

1/4tsp allspice

1 1/4c dried cranberries

Preheat oven to 325F. Combine oats, almonds, flax seeds and pecans in a large bowl. In a smaller bowl mix together syrup, orange juice, zest, oil, extract and allspice. Stir well. Pour into large bowl and stir gently until it is all coated. Pour mix into two large glass casserole pans. Bake for 23 minutes. Stirring every 10 minutes to prevent from burning. Once they are done baking, remove from oven and let cool completely. Once they are cooled, pour the mix in a very dry large mixing bowl. Stir in the cranberries. Pour the mix into an airtight container. Store in the refrigerator. This mix will last in the fridge for 7 days. If left in the pantry it is only good for about 3 days. Enjoy.

Tuesday we were delivered an Italian soup and a salad for our co-op dinner.  The soup is called Ribollita.  Which means reboiled.  It was so hearty and filling.  So good that we inhaled it before taking a picture.  Earlier that day I had made a calzones.  Roasted eggplant and a spinach tofu ricotta.  The calzones were great.  I think next time I will add a little cheeze in the spinach one. 

Fresh from the oven.

Roasted eggplant

Last night for our co-op dinner we were served tangerine baked tofu, steamed kale and a black bean mango quinoa salad.  It was great.  The boys loved the tofu.

Tonite I am serving a Indian tofu curry dish to the co-op with brown rice and chickpea curry patties.  The curry dish got some really good reviews from my testers, so we shall see what the co-op thinks.  It smelled so good simmering last night.  The chickpea patties were enjoyed by the boys.  I think they had more of a falafel feel to them. 

Tomorrow I will be posting pictures of my kitchen.  My dear friend Penny has requested pictures of where I do all my cooking.  We call it the humble kitchen.  It is small, but produces tasty food.  Our dining room is small too, but is comfortable and we enjoy each others company in it.  Will you post pictures of your kitchen? I would love to see it.

Well I am off to deliver my co-op meal. I hope you each have a wonderful day.

peas and love….
Krys and the boys

Weekend update…..

Well hello there.  How are you?  It is Tuesday and a lovely Spring day.  We had a great weekend as well.  Friday was the big SXSW Worldwide Vegan Bakesale for Haiti.  After Arthur’s Campfire Kids meeting we headed downtown to the music and club district to check out all the fun.  We saw the wonderful Smurfette running the table.  I met a fellow vegan from California who recognized the boys.  I can’t remember her name (sorry), but she was really nice.  I also met some vegans who live here and got to meet some people in person who we know one another through the internet.  For the bakesale I had made almond joy brownies and peanut butter fudge.  I was kind of bummed that the fudge was soft and turning to mush due to the hot Spring day we were having.  But later I was informed by my new friend Becca that the fudge firmed up once the freakish cold front came in that evening.  The boys had a blast and loved the goodies.  We got to meet some of the local Action for Animals vegans as well.  While we were downtown we walked over to a pizza joint called Hoboken Pie with our friends and ordered some pizza.  They use Teese.  I ordered a plain cheeze pizza for me and the boys.  It was okay.  I wasn’t blown away by it.  I will have to give them another try and order a pizza with some veggies.  It might taste better that way. 

Vegan and proud.

Bakesale table full of goodness.

Now for a brownie recipe.  I made these brownies for the bakesale and they were phenomenal.  I wish I could take full credit for them, but I can’t.  The original recipe was created by River.  She is a genius.  Here are my additions to the recipe.  I call them almond joy brownies.  Delicious!

Almond Joy Brownies

3/4c sugar

3/4c flour

1/2c cocoa powder

1/2t baking powder

1/4t salt

1/4c vegetable oil

1/2c coconut milk

1/2t almond extract

1/2c chocolate chips

1/3c slivered almonds

1/3c coconut flakes

Preheat oven to 350F.  In a large mixing bowl combine the first 5 ingredients.  Stir.  Creating a well in the center of the dry mix, add the oil, coconut milk and extract.  Stir.  Now add the chocolate chips, almonds and flakes. The batter will be thick.  In a 8X8 lightly greased baking dish, evenly spread the brownie batter into the pan. Bake 18-24 minutes or until a toothepick inserted comes out with crumbs.  Enjoy!

Saturday was the first day of Spring, but you would never know by the weather.  The temperature dropped down to 45F during the day and was freezing that night.  Ugh.  We covered our garden with sheets for fear of losing all of our veggies.  Thankfully they survived.  We also had dinner at  a friend’s Saturday night.  They served a tofu vegetable stirfry.  What was really awesome is a majority of the veggies came from her garden.  Yippee!  It was so good.  They have two children ages 5 and 2.  Arthur had a blast playing with their 5 year old daughter and Adam enjoyed running around the house.  I love dinner with friends.

As with every weekend, it is pizza night around here.  This time we had a roasted red peppper pizza with oyster mushrooms and fresh basil.  All I can say is “wowza!”  This pizza was awesome.  I also made a homemade marinara for it. I love how light the marinara is in color.  It is almost orange.  Fresh tomatoes are the best.  The red pepper had a hot  kick to it which added to the pizza.  This was by far a favorite.  I made  a cheeze pizza for the boys which they devoured. 

Cheeze pizza.

Roasted red pepper pizza with oyster mushrooms and fresh basil.

The start of a new week begins a new round of co-op meals.  Last night we were delivered popcorn tofu sandwiches with a white bean salad and mini organic chocolate bars.  Our Monday night hostess had out of town guest and was not able to cook.  So, she went to our local co-op grocery store and bought the meal.  She could not have picked a better meal to buy.  The popcorn tofu is the best tofu creation ever.  Anyone who has tried it loves it and always comes back for more.  The white bean salad was delicious and who doesn’t love chocolate?!?

Well I am off to make some calzones.  I am making roasted eggplant calzones and a spinach tofu ricotta calzone.  Hope you each have a wonderful day.

peas and love….

Krys and the boys


Good morning.  It’s Friday.  Yippee!  We have a busy day planned. Arthur has Campfire Kids this morning and then we are headed to the Worldwide Vegan Bakesale for Haiti.  I made brownies and my famous peanut butter fudge.  The brownie recipe came from River.  I gave it a little twist.  I added shredded coconut, chocolate  chips, slivered almonds and some almond extract.  Wow!  They taste like Almond Joy brownies.  Holy tofu were they good.  Josh had to sample one before I dropped them off with Lazy Smurf.  Which by the way, she is heading up the whole bakesale.  She is a rockstar.  I met her dogs Dinger and Willow last night too.  They are so cute.  I wanted to take them home.  And she lives barely a mile and half from us.  Awesome, I am so inviting her and her partner over for a vegan potluck.  Needless to say, in regards to the brownies, I will be making some for us this weekend.  Are you participating in the Worldwide Bakesale in your home city, state or country?

In the world of food this week, we had two additions to E.A.T. World.  Both times in Ireland.  For our co-op dinner Tuesday, we were delivered a vegan version of cornbeef and cabbage, some colcannon puffs and Irish soda bread.  This meal rocked.  It was terrific.  The boys liked it too.  Little bear Adam will eat anything.  It was nice to see my pickypants Arthur eat this meal.  Such goodness.

The other Irish meal was a Irish stout stew I made for our co-op this week.  It was a recipe I found on  I veganized it and served it with mashed potatoes.  It was quite tasty and definitely had an Irish feel to it.

Our two other co-op meals were great as well.  Monday night we were served a curry with rice.  It had tofu and cauliflower in it.  I love cauliflower.  And Wednesday we were served a V-con inspired dish, chile cornmeal crusted tofu with Southwest corn pudding and pumpkin seed mole.   So tasty.  The boys loved the tofu.  Adam liked the pumpkin seed mole as well.  Yum!

Cauliflower curry

A V-con meal.

Tonite is pizza night.  Friday night pizza night is the best.  Tonite we are having a roasted red pepper pizza with oyster mushrooms and fresh basil.  And the basil is from our garden.  Yay!

Hope everyone has a lovely weekend.

peas and love….

Krys and the boys

Arthur showing us his rock n’ roll sign.

My silly bear Adam.


Well hello there.  How are you?  We are great and have been cooking up some goodness as usual.  In the theme of E.A.T. World.  I cooked some Moroccan food.  It was so good.  I made Moroccan spiced tofu, a rice salad from Vegan Fire and Spice and some sauteed collard greens.  I also cooked this meal for my dinner co-op.  The boys loved the rice salad.

Over the weekend, Joshua and I celebrated our 7 year  anniversary.  Seven years ago, we were married in Scoland, in the Kingdom of Fife, overlooking the Firth of Forth in the little village of Crail. I am so blessed and we are even more blessed with our beautiful little guys.  Happiness!

Saturday Josh had to work, so the boys and I went to a birds of prey exhibit.  A conservation society in a city near ours rescues birds of prey who have been injured, or raised by humans and cannot go back into the wild.  They brought several types of birds out for people to see and learn about.  We saw hawks, an eagle, owls and a vulture.  Arthur loved it.  It was interesting to hear about each bird and how they live in the wild.  It makes me sad to see that people would intentionally injure these beautiful creatures.  The eagle had been shot by a person.

Arthur sitting on the grass listening and watching the birds.

As I said in my last post, Spring has definitely hit here.  I love it.  Sunday there was  a kite festival in the park.  We packed a picnic and the two kites DJ sent us.  Thanks DJ!  There were kites everywhere.  We found a nice spot under a shade tree.  We enjoyed our lunch.  Little bear Adam walked around and Arthur and his Daddy flew a kite.  Afterwards we walked to a local coffee shop, had an ice coffee and some vegan cupcakes. 

Arthur flying his kite.

Kites everywhere.  There were kites all over the sky.  All shapes and sizes.  It was great.

Our little bear Adam enjoying the kites.

Sunday evening we grilled.  Arthur has been asking his Daddy to bbq.  So we roasted some portabello caps, tofu pups and potatoes on the grill.  It was terrific.  I served the meal with a salad.

I am posting a picture of this salad for a reason.  It may not look like an exciting salad, but it is.  You see, the greens in this salad came from our garden.   It has three types of lettuce greens in it.  The lettuce was perfect.  Cut fresh, washed and placed in the salad bowl.  There was no long truck ride, being handled by several people, sitting in the grocery store under artificial light, and living in a plastic bag on the car ride home.  Nope, this lettuce came straight from our organic backyard garden to our dinner table.  Perfect!

Yesterday we dug up the ground for our tomato and basil garden. We planted the tomatoes and I plan to get the basil this weekend from the organic garden store.  There are 2 beefsteak tomato plants, 2 roma tomato plants and 2 yellow tomatoes plants.  We started the garden with perfect timing because today it is raining.  Since we were in the backyard gardening and the boys were playing, I made us chili cheeze hot dogs for lunch.  I poured a nooch sauce on top.  It was awesome.  A perfect Spring lunch.

Well I am off to do a bit of cleaning around here.  Hope you have a lovely day.

peas and love….

Krys and the boys

Spring has Sprung….

Spring has officially hit the Southern United States.  Yippee!  That means shorts and t-shirts from now until December.  Today it is going to be 78F.  I love it.  And this weekend we hit daylight savings time which means it will not get dark out until around 8:30pm.  Even better.  The boys are loving it.   We play outside everyday now.  They run around in the backyard, play in the sandbox, help me tend to the garden.  Arthur even told his Daddy yesterday that we needed to bbq.  Sounds good to me. 

Our co-op meals have been tasty this week.  Monday we were delivered some roasted vegetable burritos with beans, rice, homemade salsa and guacamole.  Delicious.  Sorry, but there is no picture.  I think it got erased.  Tuesday we were served a black bean quinoa loaf with homemade bread, and apples and pineapple for dessert.  The loaf was tasty.  And the best part, my Mr. Pickypants Arthur love it.  I will definitely be making this again.  I served it with some roasted broccoli.

Last night we didn’t receive a co-op meal because our Wednesday person was sick.  When I found this out, I made a pot of cholent Tuesday and took some over to her.   It is rough when you are sick and have kids.  Plus her husband was out of town so she was doing it all solo.  We had some of the cholent for dinner.  It is from V-con.  Such goodness.

I don’t know if I mentioned this, but in less than a month, we will go camping.  It will be the boys first camping trip.  I can’t wait.  We are going to camp at a national seashore and check out the Sandfest.  The Sandfest is where artists create awesome sculptures out of sand.  It is amazing.  I think the boys will love it.  We are going with our friend and her two sons.  Can you say vegan smores?!?!

Well I am off to eat some breakfast and tidy up a bit before the two little guys start their day.  Hope you have a lovely Thursday.

My silly baby.

My cutiepie Arthur.  And yes, his shirt says “My mom is hot.”  Love it!

peas and love….
Krys and the boys

Weekend update…..

How was your weekend?  Ours was nice.  We went to the zoo on Friday which for those of you who do not know, it is actually an animal sanctuary for wild and domestic animals.  We went with our friend and her two sweet little girls.  We were excited because the lioness had cubs.  The zoo does not have the animals there to breed, apparently the lioness was already pregnant when she arrived.  The pair, a male and female came from a person who had them as pets.  The zoo was having a viewing of the cubs and a q&a.  Oh my, they were so freakin’ cute.  They were playing and looked so sweet and cuddly.  The good thing about the birth of these cubs is the fact that their particular species is thought to be extinct in the wild and there are only a few alive in captivity.  This is a chance for the species to come back strong.   The boys love the zoo, especially the petting zoo.  There was a very friendly goat who kept coming over to us to be petted.  He would come and lean on me.  Adam enjoyed walking around in the pen and Arthur would pet the goat and ask questions. 

lion cubs

The super friendly goat.  Arthur just loved him.

Friday night is our usual pizza night, but after 4 days of sleep deprivation, I opted for a simple meal.  I made tofu pigs in a blanket with tater tots.   Homemade biscuits are so easy to make.  I love pigs in a blanket.  And yes, that is a mustard smile in the ketchup.

Saturday we went to the local garden center.   We picked up some veggies and herbs to plant.  We got all organic seedling veggies and herbs as well as organic soil and mulch.  We started and completed one of the gardens.  I thought it was going to be small, but it measures 6feet by 12feet.  It has swiss chard, mustard greens, kale, cilantro, artichokes, beets, broccoli, garlic, garlic chives, dill and three types of lettuce.  We are starting our second garden on Wednesday after the rain.   It will be for the tomatoes and basil.  We are planting three different types of tomatoes:   roma, beefsteak and yellow tomatoes.  We decided to give the tomatoes their own space due to the fact that last Fall they took over the garden.  I also planted skyscraper sunflowers along the back of the garden.  I can’t wait to taste the bounty our garden produces.

Since we didn’t have pizza Friday night, I made pizza Saturday.  I wanted eggplant, so I roasted some eggplant in balsamic vinegar and olive oil.  I made a cheeze pizza for the two little guys and a roasted eggplant and garlic pizza for me and Josh.  Such goodness.  I love eggplant. 

Sunday I created a new cookie recipe.  Wow!  They were freakin’ awesome.  I have decided to name the Coconut Almond Dream Cookies.  So good.  Josh said they were his favorite by far.

Sunday morning I also made pancakes.  I made the blueberry oat pancake recipe I created a week ago.  Delicious and nutritious.   The boys devoured them.

Blueberry Oat Pancakes

1 3/4c flour

1/4c oats

2T flax seeds, ground

3T sugar

1T baking powder

1/4t salt

2c +2T soy milk

1c blueberries


Combine all ingredients except the oil. Do not overmix. Warm up a griddle, put a little oil on griddle. Once griddle is hot (using medium heat). Pour 1/3 cup full of pancake batter on griddle. Cook till pancakes are golden on both sides. Yield: 8-10 pancakes

Well I am off to do my weekly breakfast baking.  I am making mocha chip muffins, coconut bread and blueberry coffee cake. 

Hope you have a lovely evening.

peas and love….
Krys and the boys

Yay for Friday!!!!

TGIF!  These past few days, I have been a walking zombie.  Little bear Adam has some serious allergies and it is making him feel like crap.  So, our nights have been pretty restless. 

On a good note, we do have some fun planned for today and the weekend.  I mentioned in a previous post that we have a zoo here. It is actually a sanctuary for wild animals that have been abused, raised by humans and can’t return to the wild, injured, etc.  My friend invited us to go to the zoo this afternoon because the lions had babies and they are having a viewing and doing a Q& A.  As well as educate the public.  The lions are a rare species, so the fact that they had babies is great because they were on the brink of extinction.  Arthur is super excited.

Tomorrow we are going to a natural organic garden center and the farmers market.  I am excited about the garden center.  We are beginning to prep our backyard for our Spring and Summer garden.  Nothing beats fresh veggies.  Yippee!

Sunday there is a kite festival here.  Beautiful, unique kites are exhibited and flown.  You can bring your own kite as well.  It is an all day affair.  We will pack a picnic.  It should be a blast.

Now for the food.  Tuesday’s co-op meal was jambalaya from V-con.  So tasty.  It was served with roasted sweet potatoes and broccoli.  Wednesday we were served vegetable and sunflower tofu tamales, Mexican rice, black beans and roasted garlic kale.  Delicious.  My co-op meal sucked to say the least.  I was sent a recommendation for  a soup recipe from a dear friend.  She loved it.  Mine was awful.  I was embarrassed that I sent it to the co-op.  I will definitely have to redeem myself next week.   This one goes down in the history books as the worst co-op meal ever.   The only redeeming quality in the whole meal was the homemade foccacia and mint chocolate chip cookies I made.   Other than that.  Terrible.  And I am not exaggerating.  



Fresh foccacia straight out of the oven.

Mint chocolate chip cookies

Having a vegan family with two little guys is easy.  I often get asked what I feed my boys.   They get a very diverse diet.  Little bear Adam will eat anything.  Arthur on the other hand, not so much.   He wants bread with every meal or some kind of carb dish.  When it comes to feeding him, I have become a bit sneaky.  I will give him rice with mixed veggies, mac and cheeze with chickpeas, fried eggrolls full of veggies, mini hand veggie pies.  He loves fruit.  So lately I have been sneaky with his smoothie.  I add green veggies.  If he knew he would throw out his favorite dinnertime line, “That’s not my favorite.”  But he is none the wiser to his sneaky mum and the smoothies she creates.  Yesterday he had a smoothie with fresh spinach, a banana, blueberries, a tablespoon of ground flaxseed, soy yogurt and apple juice.   He loved it, drinking two glasses worth.  This morning I made him a smoothie with spinach, a little broccoli, banana, ground flax, soy yogurt, blueberries and apple juice.  Once again, he was in heaven.   Sneaky yes.  But a mum has to sometimes be this way when it comes to a picky child.

Well I am off to make some bread for my carb-loving son.  Hope you each have a wonderful weekend.

peas and love….

Krys and the boys

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