Saturday, February 20, 2010

You tell me, I'll tell you...

Do you know of anyone in the Tri Cities that does cooking classes? I have a little more time on my hands these days not living in hospitals. I want to take some cooking classes, but am having a hard time finding some. If you know where a good place to start might be...tell me about it.

I had a great conversation about life, kids, and good books last night was a good friend. We were talking about books about Down Syndrome & it turns out that there is a VERY popular book out there, that I own, but have only made it into the first few chapters, that she loved. I have had so many people (mostly people without children with Down Syndrome) tell me they read the book and loved it. So here it is, if you have time check it out and let me know what you think!

Expecting Adam by Martha Beck

I am in the process of reading:
Gifts by Kathryn Lynard Soper
Gifts 2 by Kathryn Lynard Soper

Oh ya...I added a little more to Jake's story!!


Josette said...

Try Kennewick Community Education for cooking classes. I took a tamale class once and it was really good.

Bestie:) said...

Jules I'm the wrong one to comment on cooking classes, but I so have to get that book! I think u mentioned it to me before and one of my friends at work did too!

Our life...special with needs! said...

I have it, you can borrow it if you would like. I'm still reading the Gifts books.

Krista Schei said...

Jules, I've been looking into GNAWFGLINS eCourse and its supposed to be a wonderful course for cooking healthfully -- I've been more interested in this type of lifestyle. Just an idea -- it'll take up time and create nutritional habits for the fam... just an idea!!