I love blogging in the month of October. It’s the month that, for the past 2 years, I’ve joined The Nester (and about 1000 other bloggers) in blogging for 31 days straight. The first year, I blogged about getting ready for a Christmas craft fair and documented the projects I was working on.
Last year, I wrote a series on making a home that is uniquely you.
I’ve been feeling a little sad that I don’t have time to “join the party” this year. Months ago, I had decided to do another craft fair again this year, and was planning 31 days of Christmas ornaments for ya’ all…
But, life changed recently when I needed to head to the camp kitchen.
Making Christmas ornaments is the farthest thing possible from my mind right now!!
But, just this evening, I decided I wasn’t going to skip out on the party after all. Instead, I’m going to document a bit of this crazy camp cooking journey I’m on.
Want to come along?
Honestly, I have no idea what the posts will look like.
I’m thinking perhaps some recipes, pictures of the kitchen space and supplies, and realistically, probably a few crazy mis-hap stories as well. I have nothing pre-written, nor do I have a schedule laid out.
It’s going to be really close to “real” time. (Yikes!!)
The posts will probably be short.
And I can’t even promise pictures every day.
This cooking gig is really quite all-consuming.
Blogging about it is going to be one of my daily treats and luxuries.
I’ll warn you from the outset, though.
If the 31 days in a row of blogging starts to add stress instead of being fun, I may miss a day or two.
Could you live with that?
See you soon.
And put those aprons on. We’re going to be cooking up a storm!!
DON’T MISS A THING!
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No, Rita. I’m sorry. Missing a day will be totally unacceptable. We expect perfection around here!!
Honestly, it will be fun to hear about the Camp Kitchen Adventures. I’ve been wondering how it’s going!!
I loved both your first two series and this one will be different! I have a friend with seven boys…I’ll direct her to your blog for ideas 🙂 And YES, I think you’re a little crazy – but crazy good!
YEAH! I can’t wait! I am glad you decided to try it at least.
Been praying for you.
ps. I’ve always wanted to be a camp cook after I cooked for a small Bible school many years ago. =) Maybe someday it will happen! For now, I will live vicariously through you.
Good luck to you! I’m writing on 31 Days of Freezer Cooking this time around. I’ll look forward to hearing what you have to share from your camp kitchen!