Happy Tuna Melt and Lightning Bugs

A couple nights ago, I spent the evening sipping wine on the back porch of a friend’s house. It is really amazing how her and I can solve all the world’s problems by the end of bottle number 2. On this particular night, we started discussing how our generation is the last to know the yester-years. In our life time the world became digital!! It is crazy to think of today’s kids vs what we grew up with…

They have never used the dewey decimal system.

They have never had to stand up to change the channel.

They have never rolled down a car window.

Life seemed simpler when we grew up. Not so many rules. My mom would leave my brother and I in the car when she went grocery shopping, we did not die. I would play outside with the neighbor kids until it was dark outside. If you fell down and scrapped your knee, your rubbed dirt on it not antibacterial soap. We had block parties on the 4th of July.

My favorite summer activity was sitting on the back porch at my grandma’s house eating tuna melts. The glow of lightening bugs in the distance. I thought life was perfect!!

1 Can sustainable tuna fish

1 Dallop of mayo

2 Shakes of dry dill

1 Squirt of dijon mustard

2 Pinches of Happy Hemp seeds

1 Toast

1 Cheese

Preheat oven to 350. Mix tuna, mayo, dill and Happy Hemp seeds in a bowl.

Scoop you tuna on to your toast and place cheese on top.

Put in over for about 10 min or until cheese is melted.

I recommend a little tomato soup on the side.

Enjoy and live life to the fullest!

xo Happy Hemp

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