First things first: the baby chicks are growing!
There are both black and white spotty ones and brown ones.
For most of this week, I was in Atlanta for Habitat for Humanity’s Affiliate Conference. I learned a TON and had a really great time. This is the atrium of the Hyatt Regency where we stayed and the conference was held.
There were more than 2,000 people there, all of whom work for Habitat affiliates. TWO THOUSAND!
The food at the conference was actually really great–plus the breakfast foods were served in Le Creuset pots!
The best thing? There was coffee and tea available all the time, along with these tiny honey jars (You better believe I brought some of these home.)
I got home on Thursday and was able to get a few pictures of this week’s Collegiate Challenge group putting up the roof trusses. Last week, we raised the first walls on this house, and this week, they put up all the roof trusses. We had a crane scheduled to come in next week to put them up, and we were able to cancel it!
I made some museli with chia seeds, yogurt, almond milk, and rolled oats with different fruits in each. They stay in the refrigerator all week and make really good/healthy breakfast.
This is the raspberry vanilla flavor.
The color of turmeric against this blue top always makes me want to buy it at the grocery store.
Have I shown you a picture of my desk? I spent all day Saturday there, so it felt appropriate.