In a bid to get more healthy we recently invested in a juicer. I now start every day with a healthy mean green as featured in the film ‘Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead’. It looks pretty grim but I assure you it’s delicious. It contains
4 celery sticks
A small amount of ginger
A small bunch of kale
Half a lemon
I sometimes add a carrot for good measure.
The kids are not so keen on this one but they love the fruity ones.
For Hungry Caterpillar Day we tried an experimental Hungry Caterpillar Juice. No Caterpillar’s were harmed I assure you. Head across to Really Kid Friendly to see my Guest Post on how we made it.
Try some, it’s delicious and would be great for a Hungry Caterpillar themed party.
On Saturday we are hosting a Farewell Party before we head off to pastures new and the theme is everything that is British. This could be a grand affair and the kids see it as the event of the year. However, I am pushed for time and organising it on my own, so could use a little help.
Everyone will be turning up dressed in red,white and blue and my 8 year old has been practising face painting Union Jacks all week. Beyond photocopying Union Jacks for the kids to colour I haven’t yet got any activities planned. The party is for children of all ages and adults.
I’m sure lots of you have been attending Jubilee parties this weekend and have loads of ideas. The only criteria is that they are low cost and easy to prepare. I’d love it if you would share activity ideas, simple recipes (or even better ready prepared British food) and cocktail recipes (I’m using up all my alcohol as we can’t take it with us). In return each comment will be entered into a prize draw to win a bundle of beach goodies, consisting of a snorkel, goggles, arm bands, crab line, sun hat, beach ball and frisbee.
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