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Educator, Ice Cream Maker, Blogger: curating and celebrating a life where colour and creativity collide.
Interests: Education Compliance (K - 6), Developing ice cream recipes to product, Research, watercolour everything, market trips, relaxing by the water-- especially on a warm saltwater beach, swimming, at-home movie nights, gymnastics, ballet, ice skating, inspirational book reads, modern jazz, and indulging in a hearty and grill-ful gluten-free cheeseburger-- hold the fries please! Photos by me unless otherwise stated.
Recent Activity
{the frozens!; saved me last year; in praise of the good fruit :)} So many conversations this week, from the possibility of climbing a pole (just when I thought tree-climbing... Continue reading
Posted yesterday at suzette roberts
When are we ladies most likely to baby-sip our a.m. coffee (or tea) all the way into that 5 pm hour (past our weekday 1 pm joy)??? On our later... Continue reading
Posted May 7, 2021 at suzette roberts
Hazelnut Strawberry Swirl 🍨 ~ hazelnut ice cream, market strawberries, and chocolate sauce. The cozies of winter during spring. #freshlychurned #springshenanigans #goodtogether #behindthescenes 🍓 🍫... ♫ ' Fun-things-May! Jjos -... Continue reading
Posted May 3, 2021 at suzette roberts
'Easily a month I can live with, on repeat, for the rest of my magical life. What a lovely step away and escape to regroup and refuel with our new... Continue reading
Posted Apr 30, 2021 at suzette roberts
{favourite film this month: Audrey, a biographical documentary of the life and loves of Audrey Hepburn; hard to resist with that sophisti-hairstyle as she reminds me of my mum's easy... Continue reading
Posted Mar 30, 2021 at suzette roberts
Tried it, loved it! A simple go-to classic, spruced up and tweaked just a teeny tiny bit for more cozy at-home dining. Variations on the tuna became a serious thing... Continue reading
Posted Mar 26, 2021 at suzette roberts
I am totally smitten with the design and style this long-haired sheepskin chair and it's well— very me, —very me indeed, especially with being fire-resistant! So much so I gave... Continue reading
Posted Mar 23, 2021 at suzette roberts
Spring came early this year, in January actually, as did Spring Break #1, where we gave ourselves full permission to enjoy two rounds of it because, because —and we wanted... Continue reading
Posted Mar 19, 2021 at suzette roberts
'Playing around with a new milk chocolate from Belgium. All I want to do is have more fun, "and I got a feeling I'm not the only one." No pressure. Continue reading
Posted Mar 16, 2021 at suzette roberts
Last week, I had the foggiest brain moment with the words 'baloney' (/bəˈlōnē/) and 'bologna' ( bə-ˈlō-nē) in the midst of a deep, trying-to-remain-focused conversation that went all over the... Continue reading
Posted Mar 9, 2021 at suzette roberts
It's really happening with the chicken this year and I'm head over heels with it. New recipes, and keeping it simple with one skillet, pot, pan, or in-the-oven casserole. Makes... Continue reading
Posted Mar 5, 2021 at suzette roberts
Currently loving these at-home/ work from home ideas to enjoy with our younger kids via Sweet Paul Magazine. Happiness is in the doing and we're stepping away from our studious... Continue reading
Posted Mar 3, 2021 at suzette roberts
Good morning, and hello March! 'Slowly getting all my cylinders up and going (hopefully), although still fast asleep at 6 a.m., and most likely travelling through my second dream of... Continue reading
Posted Mar 1, 2021 at suzette roberts
'Ode to February, our coldest month of the year, and staying the course. A fun (and refreshing) drink I could easily rename the Raspberry Vodka Limeade Cocktail for the love... Continue reading
Posted Feb 26, 2021 at suzette roberts
And all that jazz... Hello Tuesday! My family sends me the most hilarious 'instas' on the daily, many with our younger guys engaged in the most fashion forward lady things.... Continue reading
Posted Feb 23, 2021 at suzette roberts
Slow-walking our way through all the 'other' ways to enjoy a loved side, lunch or dinner carb. Calm and deeply restful winter nights are always in style. Slightly crisp on... Continue reading
Posted Feb 19, 2021 at suzette roberts
One of the many 'refreshing to the eye and mind' unusual vessels from Jonathan Adler's Porcelain Muse Collection: the Marcel Vase, giving a nod to artist, Marcel Duchamp: "I have... Continue reading
Posted Feb 16, 2021 at suzette roberts
2021 is already becoming the year of the chicken in my kitchen with experimenting and enjoying a variety of spicy flavours on alternating weekends, —although our mystics have already tagged... Continue reading
Posted Feb 12, 2021 at suzette roberts
As classroom-based learning continues online, and from home for most, especially our kindergarten through elementary grade level children, a few notables may pop up now and again. And they are... Continue reading
Posted Feb 9, 2021 at suzette roberts
Serendipity. Paris feels in New York. Last weekend, Saturday evening to be exact, we watched this romance-comedy-drama, and loved everything about it! Conrad (Jason Bateman) is absolutely hilarious, his best... Continue reading
Posted Feb 5, 2021 at suzette roberts
Good morning, and hello February!~ Chocolate is always a given, and I'm forever curious about new ways to enjoy it without going 'too' overboard. This frozen and fudgy chocolate and... Continue reading
Posted Feb 1, 2021 at suzette roberts
January has felt like many things a January should be with catching an early a.m. sunrise, steaming morning coffee in hand, feeling hopeful, and enjoying the light as 'she' finds... Continue reading
Posted Jan 26, 2021 at suzette roberts
Pretty much the only way the boys and I will have our carrots (when not in a flavourful soup of some kind, or finely shredded in a potato salad, or... Continue reading
Posted Jan 22, 2021 at suzette roberts
Rules of disengagement we have no problems following: "Stay home Folks"; "Hunker down"; "We have to stay the course." 2021 is already slated to be another huge work-from-home year where... Continue reading
Posted Jan 19, 2021 at suzette roberts
January always feels like a 'thawing-out' kind of month (after all the holiday sugar, gluten, alcohol, and dairy-ful indulgences) even while we're low-key at home. I enjoyed two whole slices... Continue reading
Posted Jan 15, 2021 at suzette roberts