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Due to workload and some health issues I've been failing to keep up with the "Blog Everyday in May" challenge issued by Jenni over at Story of My Life, but I'm sorta back and gonna share days 5-9 in this post.
Campbell's has come out with a new line of soups called Go™ Soup. Housed in microwaveable plastic pouches, these soups are geared for those that are on the go and need a quick, simple meal that they can quickly toss into a bag.
The soups come in 6 bold flavors:
Golden Lentil with Madras Curry
Moroccan Style Chicken with Chickpeas
Creamy Red Pepper with Smoked Gouda
Coconut Curry with Chicken & Shiitake Mushrooms
Chicken & Quinoa with Poblano Chiles
Spicy Chorizo & Pulled Chicken with Black Beans
I was able to try out the Coconut Curry with Chicken & Shiitake Mushroom recently and my review is ONLY for this particular flavor.
Favorite Quote and Why You Love It
My absolute favorite quote has to be from Ed Asner. It's a parenting quote that resonates with me ~
Raising kids is part joy and part guerilla warfare.
For me this is sooooo true! For the most part when things are going fine and dandy it is a joy raising my girls. But, when those 2 start on each other then all hell breaks loose and it's like a battlefield with them not only harassing or assaulting each other, but me as well. <sigh>
Do you have a favorite quote? If so, why is it your favorite?
If any of you're like me and sometimes have trouble blogging everyday, then this challenge might just be for you and me.
I just found this challenge via a comment on Facebook, and thought that this could at least get me to post something daily, even though it might not be grammatically correct or might quite possibly be incoherent, which isn't unusual for me.
Parents decide to use cloth diapers for a multitude of reasons. Some choose cloth diapers because it is kinder to the environment. Others choose cloth diapers because of the long term cost savings. Some families, though, are truly struggling: they are part of the one in three families in the United States and Canada who have to choose between buying disposable diapers and buying food or paying rent. Regardless of why these families choose cloth, the start up costs can often be intimidating. For that 33%, the start up costs can be crippling and seemingly insurmountable. That's where Cloth for a Cause, Cloth Diaper Addicts, Viva Veltoro, and Leettle Baby... and the Build Your Stash Bash comes into play.