Monday, March 28, 2016
Happy Homemaker Monday Vol. 16
We had a beautiful Easter! Did you? I was blessed by our worship service. It's so easy to become calloused to the Resurrection, but yesterday, I was reminded at how humbling a reality it is that Jesus gave all so that we may have the gift of salvation! We are so blessed.
The sun is shining, and it feels like spring outside!
Right now I am...
Sipping on my coffee. Today, I'm drinking it iced with whole milk and a dash of cinnamon.
About getting back on a regular schedule & cleaning routine. Whenever life gets a bit overwhelming, sometimes I'll give myself a break, and lots of grace. But, by the looks of the house at the moment, it's time for a few simple routines to be put back into place. Just keeping it real, hehe. :D
On my TV...
We watched a couple of movies this weekend. One was Larry Crowne, and the other was About Time. They were pretty good. But honestly, would it be possible for them to make a comedy flick without so much language?? Am I just becoming more and more old fashioned? It gets old. :\
What I'm Reading...
Little Women by Louisa May Alcott
Home by Julie Andrews
Fringe Hours by Jessica Turner
On the menu for this week...
Italian Chicken Bake with Wild Rice
Buffalo Chicken, Bake Broccoli, and Mashed Potatoes
Grilled Cheese & Avacado Salad
Scrambled Eggs, Fruit & Sliced Cheese
White Bean & Kale Soup
Blackened Salmon, Green Beans & Mashed Potatoes
On my to do list...
Load & Unload Dishwasher
Wipe Down Bathrooms
Make Batch Burritos
Clean Out Car
Clean Out Purse
Looking forward to this week...
Relaxing at home with Josh & the kiddos
Visiting a community garden later this week
Therefore He says: “Awake, you who sleep, Arise from the dead, And Christ will give you light.” ~Ephesians 5:14
We found a couple of unicorns on our front porch yesterday! We decided to keep them. *wink* 😍
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