Monday, September 28, 2009

Happy Homemaker.

Grace from Beyond the Black Stump has started doing a new weekly meme that I thought would be fun.

Go here to read this weeks Happy Homemaker from Grace.

The weather in my neck of the woods: Not what we expect for October. We have had rain everyday for the last week and it looks cloudy again today.

One of my simple pleasures: Early morning coffee brought by my hubby to my bed.

On my bedside table: My diary, a couple of books.

On my TV: Nothing at the moment.

On the menu for tonight: Chicken Enchiladas.

On my To Do List: summer sewing.

New Recipe I tried last week: Cannot think of one but I am going to try Pepperoni Rolls this week.

In the craft basket: The maternity top I had to unpick.

Looking forward to: having my mother stay and our friends come next week.

Homemaking Tip for this week: WD40 gets crayon off walls.

Favorite Blog Post of the week (mine or other):

Coleen shared some family portraits.
Kelly did a great post on The family Rosary.

Favorite photo from last week:

Our ultrasound picture.

Lesson learned the past few days: Routines have their place and keep things running smoothly but holidays are great because they are a chance to change your routine.

On my Prayer List: family and friends.

Devotionals, Scripture Reading, Key Verses: The family rosary.
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