Monday, September 07, 2009

5mart Martha Monday.

From my list last week I had the following:

1: Post bag to Become What You Are.

Done. I didn't do this till 3.00 this afternoon though and the only reason I did it then was because I didn't want to say that I hadn't done it.

2. Finish novena that I started last Thursday.

I missed a day so started again on Thursday. I also forgot on Friday though. I will start the novena tonight again.

3. Sew my maternity top.

I actually did some more cutting out instead of sewing. I am sewing tops for our local musical theatre company and have red thread in my machine. Since my top is a tan colour with pink contrasting fabric I really need to finish the tops off before I change the thread. I cut out an outfit for Amelia.

4. Write up a new spelling program for Amelia.


5. Cook our months main meals.

80% done.

So not too bad a week.

This week:

1: I will remember to pray my novena prayer each night. If you have any prayer intentions that you want me to include in my novena please leave a comment.

2: finish off musical theatre tops.

3: Finish our main meals cooking.

4: Watch theology of the body for teens with Madeline.

5: Organise our trip to Quorn for the school holidays.

What are your goals for the week?
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