Happy Homemaker Monday
Oh boy I'm late today, but better late than never I suppose.
As I look outside my window:::
This morning it was warm and beautiful. Took Ben to the Dr. at 11:45 and it was 65 degrees. We came out an hour later and it was 15 degrees cooler. We grabbed ice cream, came home ate lunch and I went outside to get the Halloween decorations down and it was sleeting on me.
Right now I am:::
Supposed to be folding laundry... but I'm typing my blog and watching this weekend's Good Luck Charlie with Sydney.
Thinking and pondering:::
I could really use some sleep.
On my bedside table:::
Frozen by Sarah Nathan and Sela Roman (I'm reading it to the kids at bedtime)
The Duck Commander Family by Willie and Korie Robertson
The First American Cookbook A Facsimile of American Cookery, 1976 by Amelia Simmons
On my tv tonight:::
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
Playing on the radio:::
Counting Stars by One Republic. For some reason, I can't get this song out of my head, and I really like it.
On the menu for this week:::
Monday - Chili with cornbread
Tuesday - Beefy Cheesy Spaghetti Casserole
Wednesday - Loaded chicken and potatoes and homemade potatoes
Thursday - Stone Soup at Sydney's school and pizza after
On my to do list:::
What I am sewing, crocheting, knitting or creating:::
My simple pleasure:::
Crocheting by the fire watching a good movie.
Lesson learned the past week:::
Life isn't always fair, especially when it comes to your kids, and you just have to be there to help them get through the rough patches.
Looking around the house:::
Ben and Rylie are asleep, dinner is on the stove, smelling amazing, and the washer and dryer are running. Sydney and I are watching Good Luck Charlie. There is a mountain of laundry in front of me to be folded.
From the camera:::
On my prayer list:::
My poor Benny who can't seem to kick this ear infection. He's in a lot of pain and I also just found out that due to his chronic ear infections he has failed his hearing test.
Bible verse, Devotional:::
May the bolts of your gates be iron and bronze; may your strength endure through all your days! Deuteronomy 33:25