Friday, June 03, 2011

Quick 7.

Another driver in our house.

Today Madeline got her Learners permit. She did the test a couple of months ago and passed but life has just got in the way of her going and getting the permit. Today we took her down and finally had enough id that she was able to get her permit.


This weekend, Amelia plays at 10.00 and Brigette at 11.00. Fingers crossed they will both win.

Pumpkin cooking!

We have been cooking plenty of pumpkin treats. I have made 4 pumpkin loaves and 2 of Tania's pumpkin tea cake. I am going to do a few more this weekend and get them in the freezer.

New Computer.

We have another computer. I have Steve's old one and he has the new one. He has been telling me all the components that his new one has and I keep on saying, I don't care. Tell me how to work xyz on this one.


Joseph needs some new overalls. I am going to cut them out this weekend and hopefully I will be able to start sewing them.


Here he is falling asleep in his chair after tea one night.


We have misplaced a couple of books that we borrowed from the library. I am going to be having a good look through our book bins this weekend for them and asking St. Anthony for help in finding them. If you could also pray that they all show up, I would appreciate it very much.

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Tom's and Christopher's insulin pump

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New book: Faith Quilt.
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