Happy Homemaker Monday!12:00 AM
The weather in my neck of the woods:
It's starting to cool down, we're not seeing the triple digit temps anymore and I'm happy about that. Now if I was just back in Idaho where I could enjoy the fall weather, I would be even happier LOL
One of my simple pleasures:
Warm out of the oven bread slathered in homemade butter. *drool*
On my bedside table:
A few more books for reviewing.
On my TV:
Little House on the Prairie Season 6
New Merlin Season 2
On the menu for tonight:
Ervilhas com Ovos. Portuguese pea stew with eggs and bacon etc. It may sound kinda weird but it's actually very good, I'll have the recipe up on the food blog tonight.
On my To Do List:
Finish off the laundry, fold and put away
Mop and Sweep
Make doctor appointment for my annual girly appointment *lol*
New Recipe I tried last week:
In the craft basket:
It's all about Little House on the Prairie Crafts, we're making Corn Husk Dolls.
Looking forward to:
A little road trip to Flagstaff in a month or two.
Homemaking Tip for this week:
Fold and put away the laundry as you wash it. It saves so much time instead of washing 3 or 4 loads and then having to fold everything and put away.
Favorite Blog Post of the week (mine or other):
I'm leaving this one blank, I didn't get around to any blog reading.
Favorite photo from last week:
New book I'm reading for a review, I LOVE Cindy Woodsmall and am really enjoying this one.
Lesson learned the past few days:
That husbands will always do what they want to no matter what, but eventually they do listen. On thursday during mandatory PT at work, Curt hurt his right shoulder, he had been complaining of horrible pain since then and this morning I finally made him go to Urgent Care.
Good thing I did, he has a torn rotator cuff.
On my Prayer List:
My husband - With a torn rotator cuff he only has 75 to 80% recovery and it will take about a year to 18 months to completely heal. He has to see an Orthopedic Surgeon to determine if he needs surgery or just physical therapy. Please keep him in your prayers.
Devotionals, Scripture Reading, Key Verses:
|A gentle answer turns away wrath,|
but a harsh word stirs up anger.