I felt better about feeding my kids (and husband, who ate 3 yesterday) these granola bars, instead of the supermarket ones. They do not take long to make--in fact, they were ridiculously quick, and I was surprised. I don't think they are cheaper than the store brand, though. I looked at her cost analysis at the end of the recipe, and I disagree. Butter is now $3.00 a pound here, so using half cost $1.50 already. Plus the honey, which is not cheap, and the other ingredients would definitely make these more than $2.00 a batch. BUT, they are homemade, and I know what's in them, so I feel better about them. So I think that's reason enough.
The sun did come out yesterday, so I did get something done. Say hello to list item #8--raised beds for the geese.
Not particularly exciting, I know, but when are raised beds ever exciting? They're done, and I'm happy. I am still using the leftover lumber from this, so that's why the wood is old. It's cedar, though, so it'll last, and hey, it was free!
Also did try to get some sewing done. I was going to make this:
Ok, onward and upward. If it stops raining, I will try to get another list item done. If not, I will actually sew. Wouldn't that be something new?
I'll keep you posted!