Once again, we had a nice and busy weekend. Kinda tired the poor baby Olive out, though. We went mushrooming for the first time on Saturday. I had a great time! I was worried it was going to be like berry picking, which I’m not a huge fan of, but it wasn’t. It felt much more like a treasure hunt. Can’t go wrong with that.
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What a perfect recipe to have on hand as summer comes quickly upon us! Strawberry Freezer Jam by Domestic Bliss Squared.
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