Come join Diary of a SAHM for Happy Homemaker Monday.
Hello, and Happy Monday!
The weather outside is:
On today's to-do list:
I'm getting this post up late so I'll tell you what I've already done today.
Laken is on Easter Break until Wednesday but she had Track & Field practice this afternoon. While she was at practice, the hubby and I went grocery shopping for the week ahead. The first bill for our new-to-us Nissan Rogue came in the mail so I spent some time setting up the banking information and making that first payment.
I still need to read my devotions and exercise...
Happening this week:
Tomorrow is Laken's first T&F Meet. I appears that she will be on the throwing team with the discus and the javelin and possibly the shotput.
Wednesday evening is a Parent's Meeting for all the 8th grade parents to discuss scheduling for next year. I can't believe my baby is going to be in High School!
The sale at Kaylee's work is over and so is the overtime, I think. She enjoyed her long weekend.
The hubby is on third shift this week. He managed to somehow tweak his knee putting together a swing set for the kids at Church. He has no idea how he did it... Hubby also finally goes to the eye doctor for new glasses on Thursday. He's overdue.
I'm still getting ready to start reading "What to Do With a Mad Marquess" by Ivy Hart.
On the TV:
We started watching the series "Clarice" and are enjoying it. We're anxiously awaiting new episodes of The Prodigal Son.
This week I featured "Hold On To Me" by Lauren Daigle on Songs on Sunday.
On the menu week:
Monday ~ We grabbed Burger King
Tuesday ~ Chicken, Mashed Potatoes
Wednesday ~ Pork Chops, Alfredo Noodles
Thursday ~ Ham, Fried Potatoes
Friday ~ Pizzaroni, Garlic Bread
Saturday ~ Grilled Cheese, Soup
Sunday ~ Potluck at Church
In the Craft Basket:
"Linen" Granny Squares. 16/35 squares completed. I didn't even pick up my hook this week...
"For the love of Christ controls us, having concluded this, that one died for all, therefore all died; and He died for all, so that those who live would no longer live for themselves, but for Him who died and rose on their behalf." 2 Corinthians 5:14-15
Have a great Monday!