Sunday, April 05, 2009

A change in plans.

My break didn't last long did it?

I have prayed and spoken with Steve about some of the comments left in my last thread and decided that I will post a couple of times over this week.

First, I want to thank Alexandra for this comment:

Don't forget the blessings of friendship that your time bestows. If you make your blogging a ministry of service to others, then I think you are serving God. There is so much negative in this world, it's nice to see God's love working through others.

This comment was the main reason I decided I should still post on here this week.

I will still keep my computer time limited so may not make it to read your blog.

At the beginning of easter we have a two week holiday break from school so I will have plenty of time to catch up I hope.

Since Thursday night I have been keeping myself busy with prayer and family. On Friday I took our younger 4 to Whyalla again for clothes for the boys. In Whyalla there is a bigger target and shopping centre than we have here.

I have a few outfits to sew but the children are pretty well all set for winter. We have had a couple of cold nights and mornings. The children are getting up with their blankets wrapped around them.

Yesterday the older boys and Steve went to Port Pirie for Paint Ball Skirmish. We didn't do much at home. I organised Tom, Amelia and Christopher's room and did some cooking. The boys got home in time for evening mass so we went and then had pizza and watched Narnia with the children. It is such a great movie.

Last night we wound our clocks back one hour for the end of daylight savings. I really love the first week after the end. It is so easy to get up early and get the day organised.

Yesterday afternoon, I went and caught up with a few blogs. One of the comments left in my post about Tom was a link to Dr. Oz talking with Michael J Fox and Oprah about escr.

Go and watch the video here
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