Guess what?? It’s official…I have been blogging one whole year now! I can’t believe it’s been that long and went by so fast. I had no idea what I was doing when I started a blog, but I’ve had so much fun meeting all you wonderful readers out there, it has been a thrill for me to get to know you through your blogs as well. Another thing that I really want to say. My blog traffic has really increased the last few months! I’m so happy about that, but it’s getting incredibly difficult to visit all of you who stop by to see me. I try really hard to welcome all of you who come by for the first time and to visit you and leave a note. I usually save a link on my computer to anyone new coming by and now I have literally 100’s of bloglinks saved. So, please understand that if I don’t come and visit you often, it’s not because I don’t want to, it’s nothing personal…it’s simply a lack of time! I’m going to have to be more productive going forward and not spend all my days on the computer. There’s so much more I want to do and accomplish and I want my blog to continue to improve too. I so much appreciate all of you loyal readers out there. Here’s to another fun year!
Here’s a question for you….is there anything you’d like to see more or less of in the next year on my blog? More decorating/design topics? or do you like the cooking, gardening, travel ideas too? I try to mix things up now and cover several topics and I really want to make my blog as fun and interesting as it can be, so if you have any ideas on that, please feel free share with me!
Here’s a great spinach lasagna recipe that I have had for years that I wanted to share with you. It’s a good one. Very easy and tasty. We are not vegetarians, but we do love veggie pastas and pizza. This is a good way to get your kids to eat spinach. They won’t even know it’s there and it will taste so good, they’ll forget about the green stuff.
I think I got this out of the paper or a magazine several years ago and it was close to Super Bowl Sunday, so they call it Super Sunday Lasagna. So in honor of the Super Bowl, here’s something you can serve to your hungry men. I’ve been making this one for a long time! Hubby loves it too. Sorry for the blurry pics. These were taken with hubby’s old camera before I got the new one.
Mix Ricotta cheese, thawed & drained frozen 10-oz. spinach, 2 eggs.
Ready to bake.
Out of the oven.
We love simple salads of sliced Roma tomatoes, green peppers, cucumbers, salt & pepper drizzled with some balsamic vinegarette.