Monday, April 13, 2009

Happy Homemaker Monday




On my bedside table:
Crochet wash cloth that I'm making,
A love Woven True - Great book


On my TV:
Appaloosa
Paranormal State


On the menu for tonight:
Ham and Potato Casserole


On my To Do List:
Change kids bed linens
Put laundry away
Dust
Wash all the windows in the house


New Recipe I tried last week:
Crockpot Salsa Chicken - SO good, I'm glad I tried it.


In the craft basket:
Crochet Dish and Wash cloths
More crochet eggs and donuts, cupcakes etc


Looking forward to:
Finishing my 10 days of Level 1 of the 30 Day Shred. It's hard but I've kept to it and I'm noticing a huge change in my body...love it.


Homemaking Tip for this week:
If you want a great online calendar that incorporates chores as well, check out Cozi. It's a great site.


Favorite Blog Post of the week (mine or other):
I didn't get much blog reading done last week, so I'll leave this one empty today.


Favorite photo from last week:



Lesson learned the past few days:
Enjoy every single second you have with your children, they grow too fast, you're not going to get a second chance to do it over, so make every minute count.
With Nicholas turning 6 years old this last Saturday and Jasmine about to turn 10 years old, I'm reminded of how quickly time flies and how much I want to cherish every moment.


On my Prayer List:
My family
My husband and children



Devotionals, Scripture Reading, Key Verses:

So that your faith might not rest in the wisdom of men (human philosophy), but in the power of God. 1 Corinthians 2: 5

14 comments:

  1. Lesson learned: so VERY true.

    I love your post about his birthday. It just breaks my heart sometimes when I lay my little guy down for his nap - all too soon those moments will be gone. I lucked out and got a second chance when I thought my daughter would be my last. I sure appreciate it more each day.

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  2. I so know what you mean about kiddos growing so fast...I have been thinking about babies alot and can't believe it was almost 6 years ago that I had my first! :)

    My friend has 30 Day Shred too and likes it! Sounds ouch-ie to me, but I should check it out after baby! :)

    Great post! Have a wonderful Monday! :)
    -Amy

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  3. Hi Sandra -
    I'm going to have to look into your 30 day shred info - sounds very interesting! Especially if you are already seeing results.

    Have a great week!

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  4. The recipe sounds yummy! Off to print it out now...

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  5. Hi Sandra,
    I loved reading your list as usual but I still don't know if I will have time to do mine.
    I didn't know it was Nicholas's birthday as I was away, at my in-laws, and didn't have a computer with me. Happy Birthday!!!
    What's that 30 day shred??? I'm curious.
    Blessings

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  6. I enjoyed reading your list. I think I'll have to check out your 30 day shred. I need some help!!

    I agree with your lesson learned - they do grow up very fast.
    Have a great week.

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  7. How true it is that your babies grow up too fast! Nope you cant go back....those moments are lost forever! I have a hard time with that becasue I missed so much with my boys. That is why I work the schedule I work now (weekends only) so that I can enjoy my grand.

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  8. Your lesson learned is so true! My baby girl is hardly a baby anymore and I just don't how that happened so quick.

    Have a great day!

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  9. I tried a version of your meatloaf with the vegetable soup in it? I didn't use enough breadcrumbs because it totally fell apart; however, it was delish! I served it on a whole wheat sub bun for a "disheveled meatloaf sandwich" and I froze the leftovers to be eaten over rice.

    Have a wonderful week!

    Sherry

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  10. I love salsa chicken in the crock pot. It's so easy and tasty!

    Jen
    www.afterthealter.com

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  11. Gotta try the Crockpot salsa Chicken...sounds so good and sooooeasy!
    Lessons learned...well I know it to be true...out of my 3 children my youngest is 17. Missin' those younger days alot.
    Thank God for grandchildren!

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  12. I am so going to try that crockpot recipe too !!

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  13. Oh my goodness -- I can't believe I typed Laura instead of Sandra! I've already fixed it! Ack!

    Sherry

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  14. YOUCH on the shred.... hope your buns are becoming steal tho!! You go girl!!

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