Monday, January 16, 2012

Smart Martha Monday

On my list last week, I wanted to clean out the clutter from the boys room. I changed my plan though and decided instead to get the younger children's sewing finished. We are going to  my brother's 50th birthday this weekend and I wanted them to all have a good outfit made by me so I decided to focus on that. Now that they all have an outfit (except for Christopher's shirt, I can start on a couple of outfits for me.

So my to do list this week is to sew Christopher's shirt and a dress for me. I also want to start putting a spiritual thing on my must do list each week so this week it will be to get back into spending one prayer hour at church in front of the blessed sacrament. I haven't been for the last two weeks and want to keep on doing it regularly.

4 comments:

Deanne said...

sounds like a very productive week!

Beautiful Whispers of Catholicism said...

Wow...sewing all of those outfits. How wonderful!! Sounds like a good plan to your spending time in front of the Blessed Sacrament.

Alexandra said...

I'm cleaning out clutter as well, but didn't get to finish it today. I'm hoping to get it done tomorrow if my daughter will let me! She wants me downstairs because she is afraid of monsters(giggle). We are in that stage right now.

Therese said...

Lol. I remember when Christopher was afraid of monstets, he followed me around every where.

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