inverted rainbow... he was watching a plane as he often is. Even though we all went out to admire it, I felt like it was a personal signpost of the bright future ahead of him with the universe providing rainbows to smile down upon his journey. What mama wouldn't want that for their child... and what little sister wouldn't want a rainbow of her very own. So, I did the best I could and pulled one out of the art cabinet in the form of wool.
She had been wet felting all week at school with one of her favorite teachers so she was thrilled with her rainbow roving in a bowl. I'll post more on that as we head into sharing easy and enticing summer activities. That very same lovely teacher also came up with our new fun breakfast: smoothie popsicles! So obvious, but it had never occurred to me. I made an extra large batch of a yogurt, juice, banana, berry, and chia seed smoothie. We each had a glass and the leftovers went into our popsicle mold. All week I've loved announcing "breakfast is ready", as I grab popsicles from the freezer. Easy! Bonus... they can carry them out back to eat in the flower garden. What's your favorite smoothie recipe? Maybe I'll freeze it!