This granola is hearty and delicious! It is also easily adaptable to what you have on hand or what your family likes. My friend Allison originally gave it to me, and I’ve tweaked it to our taste (and the size of our storage container). Enjoy!
Our generation, the social media generation, longs for connection, for community and for interdependence. However, we often don’t seem to know how to go about building connections in real life. We buzz to and from work without knowing our neighbors. Lonely, we seek out friends on Facebook and live there instead.
Let’s meet our neighbors! They’re delightful, quirky people just like us.
Why is it so hard to be a beginner? Somehow I expect myself to automatically be good at whatever I do, and I feel awkward learning new things. But here I am in a season of change, jumping into new adventures.
I’m still on a quest for more picture book authors (see the original post HERE), and would love to hear from you! Parents with similar values are such a good resource for this, and recently I had a fun texting conversation with my brother-in-law about some favorites of theirs too.
I’m finding the key to successful library visits is familiarity with authors. So I’ve been creating a list of writers and illustrators that I love, and then I try to grab just one book from each author.