Happy Homemaker Monday




The weather:::
50 degrees today!  

On my reading pile:::  
Finally started Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert last night!


On my TV:::
Tonight, last night's Downton Abbey with the husband.  Today, probably last night's Mob Wives.


On the menu for this week:::
Monday - Enchilada Casserole with fruit
Tuesday - Pulled Pork Sandwiches and fries 
Wednesday - Spaghetti with Meatballs and bread
Thursday - Slow Cooked beef and mashed potatoes
Friday - Some restaurant more than likely. 
Saturday - 
Sunday - 

On my to do list:::
Folding laundry and Grocery shopping

What I am sewing, crocheting, knitting or creating:::
Nothing at the moment, but looking for a good project.


Looking around the house:::
My house is clean!

From the camera::: 


Something fun to share:::
We've been exploring with new restaurants and food types with Ben, since he's never been able to eat at most restaurants because of his peanut allergy.  This last week he tried donuts, Chinese food, and a BBQ place he hadn't been able to have before as well as apples dipped in peanut butter.

Comments

Jen said…
My husband and I watched Dowton Abbey as well. We are loving that show.

Have a great week.
Sandra said…
It's gotta be so hard when one of the kids has a food allergy, glad you're exploring new places for him :)

Enjoy the Downton Abbey, it really IS a good show :)
Kristy said…
Your kids are so cute! That fire looks so cozy!
Melissa said…
I am so happy that you guys are able to explore new culinary worlds now that his food options have opened up. Seeing someone experience something new makes it fun and exciting for everyone, and I hope you enjoy it.
Liz said…
Jen, Hope you are having a great week as well.

Sandra, you got my husband and I hooked on the first season so we've been anxiously waiting for the new episodes. Also, thankfully my son was one of the 20% that outgrow and peanut allergy. When you hear the odds are 20%, you're not very optimistic, but God heard our prayers. This whole thing has been a huge learning experience for us though and now I know how to handle food allergies in the future.

Kristy, Thank you! My children are my biggest accomplishment in life. I just love them so much. The fire was nice and cozy. The first one of the season.

Melissa, Thank you. I'm so happy too. I am so passionate about food and it's wonderful to be able to share this passion fully with my kids.

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