Happy Homemaker Monday #276:28 AM
Good morning everyone, I sure do hope you had a fantastic weekend. Ours was amazing, we disconnected from the world and reconnected with each other. We laughed, we talked, we had good food and went to the movies and went shopping and held hands, and gave hugs and just thanked the Lord for being reunited.
This morning hubby is headed back to work. The kids are not too thrilled, they feel that he was gone for 6 weeks and should be with them for at least a few days Hahahah
Unfortunately, that is not how the military works. But it's ok, at least he is here with us and will be home at the end of the day. :)
I did take a little break from the blog, but now I'm back and I want to again thank you all for sticking with me and for always being here with a kind word. I haven't been the best of blog buddies as I haven't visited you all much at all, but I am back now and will be back to coming by daily and saying hi :)
Still haven't watched The Hollow Crown, so have those to catch up on too.
My Portuguese soaps - currently watching 3 of them.
Eureka tonight - last episode and hubby and I are so sad :(
Monday - BBQ Ribs, Corn on the Cob, Baked Potatoes
Tuesday - Chicken Meatballs with Mushrooms, Rice
Wednesday - Bifes Estufados a antiga (Portuguese steak)
Thursday - Handmade Cavatelli with Pepperoni and Tomato Sauce, Garlic Bread
Friday - Pork Tenderloins with Lemon and Cilantro and Garlic Butter Spaghetti
Saturday - Country Club Chicken with Mashed Potatoes
Sunday - Stir Fry Ginger Beef & Broccoli with Rice
Iron and put away clean laundry
Quick run to the library to return books
You should not use a whitening toothpaste for this or something with "things in it." You know toothpaste these days, it's always packed with breath strips or something wild. Stick to the basics and you'll be all set. Shampoo works best when it's not "hydrating" which won't have the same sticking power.
Both will allow the poster to peel right off, assuming it isn't left on the wall for more than a few years (think less than 5 to be safe). It doesn't take much and you won't have to rummage through the garage to find a nail, tack or something else.
I have a pile of laundry to iron sitting on my deep freezer, I have ribs in the sink that I need to season and place in the crockpot. Pugs are snoring away at daddy's feet and the kids are still in bed asleep. It's quiet and it's just how I like it. :)