Summer should get a speeding ticket.
~ Every Teacher
I go back to work tomorrow. And I’ll let you in on a little secret: I don’t want to go back to work tomorrow.
Not that I don’t love my students, because I do. I teach great kids. It’s just that I really, really like being at home. If you look up “homebody” in the dictionary, you will find a big ole picture of me (right next to gullible and klutzy). I like being home with my dog. I like being home in my kitchen. What can I say?
When I broke the news to Summer (the dog), this is how the conversation went:
Me: Summer, I go back to school tomorrow.
Summer the Dog: But why?
Me: Because someone’s gotta pay for all this dog food.
Summer the Dog: You’re kiddin’ me, right?
Me: I’m not kidding Summer..
Summer the Dog: ~phooey~
Last week I had a teacher friend over for lunch so we could
commiserate catch up. My brother had given me a box of his gorgeous home grown peaches, so I knew I wanted to make some kind of a dessert. This Peach Galette had caught my eye on Instagram a few weeks ago. What’s a galette you ask? I have no idea but I assume it’s French for “lazy-man’s pie”.
It starts with a bowl full of peaches:
And with some almond & coconut flours and a few simple ingredients, voila:
I love the simplicity of it:
I served it topped with So Delicious Dairy Free Coconut Whipped Topping and it was delicious, and gluten free of course!
Here’s to a beautiful summer and the start of another school year.