Happy Homemaker Monday

Happy Monday everyone!  Hope you all have had a wonderful weekend.  Mine was busy busy busy. I'm hopefully prepared for a new week, however busy it may be.


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Breakfast time....what is on the plate this morning::::
Frozen blueberry waffles, fresh strawberries, cold brew coffee with chocolate milk.

On today's to do list::::

  1. Put laundry away
  2. Make beds
  3. Finish the invites for Ben's' birthday party
  4. Sew the button back on Shawn's shorts
  5. Sew Sydney's dolls ripped back
  6. Sew the back of the kids giant teddy bear's neck closed
  7. Cook dinner and do dishes
  8. Take Sydney to dance
Currently reading::::
Game of Thrones by George R R Martin  I'm really longing for more opportunities to read!

On the TV today::::
Hart of Dixie

The weather outside is::::
It has been so hot!  I can't wait for it to cook back down a little so we can get back outside.  



On the menu this week::::

Monday
L:  Salad and sandwiches
D:  Grilled pork bacon patties, sausage and peppers, asparagus and broccoli
 Tuesday
L:  Leftovers
D: Chicken tacos
Wednesday
L:  Grilled cheese sandwiches
D:  Pizza
Thursday
L:  Leftovers
D:  Egg Casserole
Friday
L:  
D:  
Saturday
L: 
D:
Sunday
L: Donuts
D: Grilled Steak, potatoes, veggies

If I have a few minutes to myself, I will::::
I don't have much time today.  I'll be finishing up the invites for Ben's birthday party.  I wanted them in the mail today but I ran out of time.  They'll be out tomorrow. Then, I get to start making decorations.

New recipe I tried, or want to try this week::::
I'm going to make Trisha Yearwood's Skillet Almond Shortbread this week.  I'm so excited and if it's good I'll post the recipe.

In the garden::::
Nothing new except one of my succulents is blooming really beautifully.  

Favorite photo from the camera::::
I've been working so hard on my kitchen.  I'm in love with my baker's rack that my husband got me for my birthday.



Homemaking Tip::::
This might be silly and something a lot of people do already, but when you buy clothes at the store, take the price tags off of them as soon as you get home.  Up until recently I had a bad habit of just folding them and putting them away, then when we'd put them on we'd take the tags off and tagging barbs and tags would be left all over our house.

Visiting with Blog friends (blog you want to share, blog post that caught your eye)::::
I'm still back visiting where I've come from. I've been reading my blog from the beginning.  Also, I'm so in love with the Curlew Country Blog. The pictures are amazing and she has an adorable family.

Praying for::::
Shawn as he travels this week to St. Louis and then to Buffalo.  

Bible Verse, Devotional that is resonating with me at the moment:::: 


Comments

The Smelly Lady said…
I do like the bakers rack too! Have a great week!
Sandra said…
I love the bakers rack too, it is so cute :)

I love your tip, I also sometimes forget to get the tags out and then wonder why I'm getting stabbed lol

Hope you have a great week.
I had to skip the rest of the post after I saw what you were reading to say, Welcome to the family!! OMG those books are the most amazing works of fantasy fiction I've read in such a long time. They are a close tie with Lord of the Rings on the epic scale.

Now I'll go read the rest of the post.

I love the bakers rack, so pretty.

I try to take the tags off all out clothes at one time and toss them into the bag they came out of, if not those horrible plastic pieces end up everywhere.

Have a great week.

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