I've been under the weather for a couple days, but I still seemed to manage having a VERY productive weekend. NOW I am feeling much better and am ready for a great new week!
I will finish my shipping by the end of the week. This way I will be able to enjoy the entire Holiday season without tearing my hair out.
It's Monday morning so be sure to join in with Sandra at Diary of a Stay at Home Mom for Happy Homemaker Monday. Go check it out to see what it's all about!
ON THE BREAKFAST MENU:
- A big cup of coffee, maybe 2 or 3 and pancakes on the new griddle.
TO DO LIST for the WEEK:
- Phone Calls
- Grocery Shopping
- Last minute shipping if not today then at least this week.
TV SHOWS THIS WEEK:
- Christmas Movies
- FOOD Channel
WEATHER OUTSIDE MY WINDOW:
ON THE MENU:
Menu Plan Monday hosted by Laura at I'm an Organizing Junkie
|TUESDAY||12/9||YOGURT||BBQ Pork Loin|
|WEDNESDAY||12/10||OATMEAL||Chicken Chile Relleno|
|THURSDAY||12/11||YOGURT||Grilled Pork Chops w/ Rainbow Potato Pancakes|
|FRIDAY||12/12||CHEERIOS||Texas Fried Chicken w/ Fried Smashed Potatoes|
|SATURDAY||12/13||French Toast||Cream of Asparagus Soup|
Bacon and Eggs
As always do a little quilting and finish a few older projects though I have yet to have a few minutes to myself LOL like that's going to happen.
Almost everything on this week's menu is an experiment LOL
IN THE YARD & GARDEN
FAVORITE PHOTO OF THE WEEK:
HOMEMAKING TIP OF THE WEEK:
Cut part of the ends off so they stand in the glass well. Add about 3/4 inch of water and keep in the fridge. Your green onions will last for weeks!
I finally broke down and bought myself some herb keepers recently.
ON MY MIND LATELY:
JUST TRYING TO STAY ORGANIZED, have a good attitude and do prep for the holidays.
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