Come join Diary of a SAHM for Happy Homemaker Monday.
Hello, and Happy Monday!
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The weather outside is:
It is about 39F this morning. We had flurries this morning and the dogs did NOT want to go outside to do their business! It hasn't even gotten cold yet! Imagine this winter...
On today's to-do list:
We just got back from getting groceries. We got everything put away and I'm taking a bit of a break to write this post. I still have to read my devotions (actually, get caught up from the weekend), exercise and I want to crochet a bit before it is time to make supper. (Ditto, from last week :)
Happening this week:
Laken is in "virtual" school this week. At least for 2 days and then it will be Thanksgiving break. Kaylee is off Thursday, Friday and Saturday. She's been working 6 days a week for 10 hours a day. She needs a break! Doug is off Thursday-Monday and then he works a few days here and there but has most of December off on vacation. (Deer season and Christmas)
I'm currently reading "Mistletoe Kiss" by Andrea Boyd. I'm participating in the HoHoHo Read-a-thon and have around 5 Christmassy books downloaded.
On the TV:
Hallmark Christmas Movies
Overboard (the remake)
Holiday Baking Championship
Maine Cabin Masters
This week I featured "Jericho" by Andrew Ripp. I love this song!
On the menu week:
Monday ~ Irish Stew
Tuesday ~ Fish and Fries
Wednesday ~ Pork Chops, Noodles
Thursday ~ Thankgiving
Friday ~ Deer Steak, Fried Potatoes
Saturday ~ Chicken, Side
Sunday ~ Church Potluck
In the Craft Basket:
I put the Celtic Afghan on the back burner for a time in order to make some dishcloths for Christmas jingles. I needed a break from learning "new" stitches and wanted something that I could work on while watching Christmas movies :)
Picture From the Camera:
"Now in those days a decree went out from Caesar Augustus, that a census be taken of all the inhabited earth. " Luke 2:1
Have a great Monday!