Sunday, August 13, 2017

The Sunday Scoop

Hi Lovelies!

Tonight I will be posting 3 things that I HAVE to do, 2 things that I HOPE to do, and one thing that I am HAPPY to do.

THE SUNDAY SCOOP

Here's the scoop to my week:

3 THINGS THAT I HAVE TO DO
  • plan my meals for the week 
  • fold the laundry
  • establish before school, after school, and evening routines
2 THINGS THAT I HOPE T TO DO
  •  fold the laundry
  • write/schedule a few blog posts
1 THING THAT I AM HAPPY TO DO
  • play with my kids
This week is going be just as busy as last week was. I need to plan our meals for the week and I need to work on my lists for before school, after school, and evening routines.

What are you up to this week?

Monday, August 7, 2017

Happy Homemaker Monday 8/7/2017

Good Morning Lovelies and Happy Monday?  

How was your weekend?

It was pretty good. We didn't do much.We tool our oldest to her friend's birthday party on Saturday and just relaxed on Sunday.



The weather:::



On my reading pile:::

I am reading Lethal by Sandra Brown. I'm on chapter 2 and I really like to so far.




Movies or Shows I watched this weekend:::

I have been watching old reality shows on the E channel

On my TV:::

Gilmore Girls
Safe Haven
The Ranch
Party of Five
13 Reasons Why
The Crown

On the menu for this week:::

Monday-Baked potatoes, salad, fruit
Tuesday- Creamy ranch chicken
Wednesday- Leftovers
Thursday- Beans, cornbread, fried potatoes
Friday- Tacos, chips, veggies, fruit
Saturday- Homemade meatballs
Sunday- Ham (slow cooker), mashed potatoes, veggies, fruit

On my to do list:::

Laundry
Schedule blog posts for this week and next week
Vacuum
Clean bathrooms, bedrooms, and laundry room

What I am sewing, crocheting, knitting or creating:::

Working on some new inserts for my planner
Working on the format for my cookbook
Working on my new shop
Work on website for newspaper
Write Mattie Beal story for newspaper
Plan C's birthday party

Happening this week:::

Shopping for school supplies
C's birthday
C's birthday party

Looking around the house:::

My house is clean!!!

What I'm wearing today:::

black shorts and a red t-shirt (my pjs)

One of my simple pleasures:::

Watching a good movie on Netflix

Bible verse, Devotional::: 


Wednesday, August 2, 2017

What's Up Wednesday

Hi Lovelies!!

I'm late getting this post up, but here is what I have been up to this wonderful Wednesday!

What I'm eating this week: This week's meal plan is full of sandwiches, breakfast for dinner, and one or two slow cooker meals. It's a busy week!

What I'm working on this week: I'm still working on planner bands, planner clips, and planner inserts. I hope to have these listed soon in my shop. I am also working on a new project with my hubby. I hope to talk about it soon, but I'm very excited to be working on this with him since it's something that I have always wanted to do.

What I'm watching/reading: Right now I am reading Lethal by Sandra Brown. She a new author that I discovered at our local library.


What I'm listening to: Party of Five on Free Form

What I'm loving: Just spending time with my family before my oldest daughter has to go back to school in a few weeks. I cannot believe that she will be in the 2nd grade!!! 

What are you up to this Wednesday?





Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Refrigerator Organization

When it comes to organizing your refrigerator, it can be the center of organization and chaos all in one. With an organized and clean refrigerator you can,

1) prepare better meals
2) utilize  everything with less spoilage
3) prevent buying duplicate items

I find the best time for me to wipe down and organize my refrigerator is right before my big grocery shopping day so that I can see what I need to add to my ever growing grocery list. Keeping the refrigerator clean and organized will make it easier for your family to find what they are looking for. As well as maximize your food's shelf life.

It is important to have a system implemented with your refrigerator and to put things back in the same spots. Older items should be kept in the from, so that they can be used first, and newer items should be kept in the back. It is also important to keep the outside of the refrigerator clear and organized with limited paper. If you do have papers remove any outdated or unnecessary papers. Keep things of the top of the refrigerator and remember to wipe down the front and sides as well.  You can put a basket on top to place lose items that your need to store there.

Here are a few suggestions that will help keep your refrigerator clean and organized for good.

 1) place healthy items that you need to eat more of in the front and place the fatty foods in the back. By doing this it will ensure that you are eating healthier.

2) Keep a list of leftovers with the date that it was prepared.

3) Use clear, plastic handled baskets to contain loose items that constantly falling when you open the door

4) Use a drawer in the refrigerator to store bottled water. This keeps them from rolling around.

What are some helpful tips for organizing your refrigerator. Please leave them in the comments below!!


Monday, July 31, 2017

Happy Homemaker Monday 7/31/2017

Good Morning Lovelies and Happy Monday?  

How was your weekend?

It was pretty good. We didn't do much.We tool our oldest to her friend's birthday party on Saturday and just relaxed n Sunday.



The weather:::



On my reading pile:::

I am still reading Plain Truth by Jodi Picoult. So far I am loving it! Almost done with book!



Movies or Shows I watched this weekend:::

Titanic (I can't help it, I love this movie), How I Met Your Mother, 10 Things I Hate About You

On my TV:::

Gilmore Girls
Safe Haven
The Ranch
Party of Five
13 Reasons Why
The Crown

On the menu for this week:::

Monday-Beans and fried potatoes
Tuesday- Chicken nuggets, potatoes. carrots
Wednesday- Sandwiches and veggies
Thursday- Beans, cornbread, fried potatoes
Friday- Pizza, breadsticks and salad
Saturday-Tacos and chips
Sunday- Beans and cornbread with fried potatoes

On my to do list:::

Laundry
Schedule blog posts for this week and next week
Vacuum
Clean bathrooms, bedrooms, and laundry room

What I am sewing, crocheting, knitting or creating:::

Working on some new inserts for my planner
Working on the format for my cookbook
Working on my new shop
Work on website for newspaper
Write Mattie Beal story for newspaper
Plan C's birthday party

Happening this week:::

Shopping for school supplies
Trying to find A a swimsuit
A has a birthday party this Saturday

Looking around the house:::

My house is clean!!!

What I'm wearing today:::

black shorts and a red t-shirt (my pjs)

One of my simple pleasures:::

Watching a good movie on Netflix

Bible verse, Devotional::: 


Saturday, July 29, 2017

Currently 7/29/2017

 Time and place: 11:26pm  and I am in the living room, typing up this post.
 
Eating: Nothing at the moment

Drinking: A big glass of water (always)


Watching: How I Met Your Mother



Reading: Elvis and Me




Loving: the bullet journal that I made. I love how it is coming together and I am loving the layouts that I have created.

Working: Right now, I am working on some more inserts and some planner bands for the shop and I am working on my first ebook. I am working on my cookbook and gathering recipes.

Listening: to the TV

Buying: a new planner (still looking)

Planning: my ebook and setting up a writing schedule, setting up a schedule for my cookbook and meal planning strategy guide. I'm also working on my meal planner and I am planning Candence's birthday party.  Whew! That's alot of planning!!

Wondering: can I pull it off? How will I pull it off?

Feeling: tired, but happy, always.

What are you currently up to?


Sunday, July 23, 2017

The Sunday Scoop

Hi Lovelies!

I'm starting a new feature for Sundays....it's called The Sunday Scoop. I will be posting 3 things that I HAVE to do, 2 things that I HOPE to do, and one thing that I am HAPPY to do.

THE SUNDAY SCOOP

Here's the scoop to my week:

3 THINGS THAT I HAVE TO DO
  • plan my meals for the week 
  • fold the laundry
  • make my to do list for the week
2 THINGS THAT I HOPE T TO DO
  •  fold the laundry
  • write/schedule a few blog posts
1 THING THAT I AM HAPPY TO DO
  • watch a movie with my husband 
This week is going be just as busy as last week was. I need to plan our meals for the week and I have a trillion loads of laundry to fold.

What are you up to this week?

Saturday, July 22, 2017

Currently 7/22/2017

 Time and place: 10:18pm  and I am in the living room, typing up this post.
 
Eating: I just finished eating some canteloupe

Drinking: A big glass of water (always)


Watching: How I Met Your Mother



Reading: Elvis and Me




Loving: the bullet journal that I made. I can't wait to start using it. (I'll post a pic of it later)

Working: Right now, I am working on some more inserts and some planner bands for the shop and I am working on my first ebook. I am also planning to work on a cookbook at some point.

Listening: to the TV

Buying: a new planner

Planning: my ebook and setting up a writing schedule, setting up a schedule for my cookbook and meal planning strategy guide. I'm also working on my meal planner and I am planning Candence's birthday party.  Whew! That's alot of planning!!

Wondering: can I pull it off? How will I pull it off?

Feeling: tired, but happy, always.

What are you currently up to?


Friday, July 21, 2017

Friday Favorites

Happy TGIF (or what's left of it) Lovelies!!

Can you believe the workweek is already over? It sure has flown by for me, and I am happily welcoming Friday after such a busy week. I don’t know about you guys, but I’m planning on spending some serious quality time in the sun with my family this weekend.

So without further ado, let’s get into my latest faves…

Favorite TV show on Netflix: Friends. I love this show and I have watched all 10 seasons at least a dozen times (usually late at night when my youngest needs to cuddle).


Favorite sweet treat: S'mores Brownie Bites! These are the perfect little treat to enjoy around the campfire.



Favorite song: This song is one of my favorites!! Bop by Dan Seals. I know this will show my age but I love country music from the eighties and nineties. It's so much fun to listen to and the songs bring back some of my favorite memories. 


Here's one more that I love- Bubba Shot the Jukebox by Mark Chesnut


Favorite Quote: 



Have a great weekend and leave your thoughts in the comments below!

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

What's Up Wednesday

Hi Lovelies!!

It's been quite a while since I have done this type of post. I hope you enjoy it! So, here is what I'm up to this Wednesday!

What I'm eating this week:  I have a meal plan full of slow cooker meals and sandwiches. It's just too hot to use the stove or the oven.

What I'm working on this week: I'm still working on planner bands, planner clips, and planner inserts. I hope to have these listed soon in my shop. I am also working on a new project with my hubby. I hope to talk about it soon, but I'm very excited to be working on this with him since it's something that I have always wanted to do.

What I'm watching/reading: Right now I am reading Elvis and Me by Priscilla Presley. I'm loving it!


I'm also watching the TV movie on Youtube as well!




What I'm listening to: Roseann on Laff TV.

What I'm loving: Just spending time with my family before my oldest daughter has to go back to school in a few weeks. I cannot believe that she will be in the 2nd grade!!! 

What are you up to this Wednesday?





Monday, July 10, 2017

Meal Plan Monday 7/10/2017

Hi Lovelies!

Here is this week's menu!

Enjoy!! 


Monday- Slow cooker creamy ranch chicken
Tuesday- Out with the Family
Wednesday- Slow cooker meatball subs
Thursday- Sanwiches and chips
Friday- Pizza, breadsticks and salad
Saturday- Pot roast with potatoes and veggies
Sunday- Beans and cornbread with fried potatoes

Now to plan next week's menu!

Have a great night!

XOXO

Angie

Happy Honemaker Monday 7/10/2017

Good Morning Lovelies and Happy Monday?  

How was your weekend?

It was pretty good. We didn't do much. We just relaxed and watched movies on Netflix. I love weekends where we can just stay at home and not have to run any errands.




The weather:::



On my reading pile:::

I am still reading Plain Truth by Jodi Picoult. So far I am loving it!



Movies or Shows I watched this weekend:::

Titanic (I can't help it, I love this movie), How I Met Your Mother, 10 Things I Hate About You

On my TV:::

Gilmore Girls
Safe Haven
The Ranch
Party of Five
13 Reasons Why
The Crown

On the menu for this week:::

Monday-Slow cooker creamy ranch chicken
Tuesday- Out with the Family
Wednesday- Slow cooker meatball subs
Thursday- Sandwiches and chips/Leftovers
Friday- Pizza, breadsticks and salad
Saturday-Pot roast with potatoes and carrots
Sunday- Beans and cornbread with fried potatoes

On my to do list:::

Laundry
Schedule blog posts for this week and next week
Vacuum
Clean bathrooms, bedrooms, and laundry room

What I am sewing, crocheting, knitting or creating:::

Working on some new inserts for my planner
Working on the format for my cookbook
Working on my new shop
Work on website for newspaper
Write Mattie Beal story for newspaper

Happening this week:::

Grocery shopping for the week
A gets her cast off
Field trip with the Girl Scouts
Library funderaiser

Looking around the house:::

My house is clean!!!

What I'm wearing today:::

black shorts and a gray t-shirt

One of my simple pleasures:::

Watching a good movie on Netflix

Bible verse, Devotional::: 


Currently 7/10/2017

 Time and place: 1:08am and I am in the living room, typing up this post.
 
Eating: Nothing. I don't like eat late and night.

Drinking: A big glass of water (always)


Watching: How I Met Your Mother



Reading: Plain Truth by Jodi Picoult



Loving: the bullet journal that I made. I can't wait to start using it. (I'll post a pic of it later)

Working: Right now, I am working on some more inserts and some planner bands for the shop and I am working on my first ebook. I am also planning to work on a cookbook at some point.

Listening: to the TV and the air conditioner

Buying: Nothing a the momoent

Planning: my ebook and setting up a writing schedule, setting up a schedule for my cookbook and meal planning strategy guide. I'm also working on my meal planner and I am planning Candence's birthday party.  I am also working on Angelina's funderaiser for our local libraryWorking on her invites as well. Whew! That's alot of planning!!

Wondering: can I pull it off? How will I pull it off?

Feeling: tired, but happy, always.

What are you currently up to?


Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Happy 4th of July!

Hi Lovelies!

I just want to wish everyone a Happy 4th of July!!! Have a great day and be safe!!



Angie

Interesting Facts about the 4th of July

Since today is Independence Day (more commonly known as the 4th of July), I thought I would share some interesting facts about this fun holiday!!

We all know the Colonies adopted the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776  and we are already familiar with the fireworks, parades, barbeques and other festivities like picnics, fairs, and concerts that take place on this day, but there are many things that people don't know about the Fourth.

Disclaimer: All facts were taken from this website: Academic exchange

1. Congress made Independence Day an official unpaid holiday for federal employees in 1870. In 1938, Congress changed Independence Day to a paid federal holiday.

Hancock
2. Only John Hancock actually signed the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. All the
others signed later.

Signing
3. The Declaration of Independence was signed by 56 men from 13 colonies.

4. The average age of the Signers of the Declaration of Independence was 45. The youngest was Thomas Lynch, Jr (27) of South Carolina.  The oldest delegate was Benjamin Franklin (70) of Pennsylvania. The lead author of The Declaration, Thomas Jefferson, was 33.

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5. One out of eight signers of the Declaration of Independence were educated at Harvard (7 total).

Gentlemen

6. The only two signers of the Declaration of Independence who later served as President of the United States were John Adams and Thomas Jefferson.

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7. The stars on the original American flag were in a circle so all the Colonies would appear equal.

Philadelphia

8. The first Independence Day celebration took place in Philadelphia on July 8, 1776. This was also the day that the Declaration of Independence was first read in public after people were summoned by the ringing of the Liberty Bell.

Whitehouse

9. The White House held its first 4th July party in 1801.
  
10. President John Adams, Thomas Jefferson and James Monroe all died on the Fourth. Adams and Jefferson (both signed the Declaration) died on the same day within hours of each other in 1826.

birds

11. Benjamin Franklin proposed the turkey as the national bird but was overruled by John Adams and Thomas Jefferson, who recommended the bald eagle.

12. In 1776, there were 2.5 million people living in the new nation. Today the population of the U.S.A. is 316 million.

13. Fifty-nine places in the U.S. contain the word “liberty” in the name. Pennsylvania, with 11, has more of these places than any other state. Of the 59 places nationwide containing “liberty” in the name, four are counties: Liberty County, Ga. (65,471), Liberty County, Fla. (8,276), Liberty County, Mont. (2,392) and Liberty County, Texas (76,571).

14. The most common patriotic-sounding word used within place names is “union” with 136. Pennsylvania, with 33, has more of these places than any other state. Other words most commonly used in place names are Washington (127), Franklin (118), Jackson (96) and Lincoln (95).

fireworks

15. Fireworks are part of the tradition of celebrating this national holiday. The U.S. imported $227.3 million worth of fireworks from China in 2012. U.S. exports of fireworks, by comparison, came to just $11.7 million in 2012, with Israel purchasing more than any other country ($2.5 million).

flag

16. In 2012, vast majority of imported U.S. flags ($3.6 million) was made in China.

sign

17. Barbecue is also big on Independence Day. Approximately 150 million hot dogs and 700 million
pounds of chicken are consumed on this day.

bell

18. Every 4th of July the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia is tapped (not actually rung) thirteen times in honor of the original thirteen colonies.

yankeedoodle

19. Traditions place the origins of “Yankee Doodle” as a pre-Revolutionary War song originally sung by British military officers to mock the disheveled, disorganized colonial “Yankees” with whom they served in the French and Indian War. It is believed that the tune comes from the nursery rhyme Lucy Locket. One version of the Yankee Doodle lyrics is “generally attributed” to Doctor Richard Shuckburgh,a British Army surgeon. According to one story, Shuckburgh wrote the song after seeing the appearance of Colonial troops under Colonel Thomas Fitch, V, the son of Connecticut Governor Thomas Fitch.[2]

Songs

20. The tune of the National Anthem was originally used by an English drinking song called “to Anacreon in Heaven.” The words have nothing to do with consumption of alcohol but the “melody that Francis Key had in mind when he wrote those words did originate decades earlier as the melody for a song praise of wine.” http://www.colonialmusic.org/Resource/Anacreon.htm

Have a safe and Happy 4th of July!!!!!

Monday, July 3, 2017

Happy Homemaker Monday 7/3/2017

Good Morning Lovelies and Happy Monday?  

How was your weekend?

It was pretty good, expect for the electricity going out 3 times since Friday. Once was because of the storm that blew through on Friday (it was out for 6 hours) and then yesterday it was out for two more hours so the linemen would work on some of the lines. 

I really could use another day of weekend though!




The weather:::



On my reading pile:::

Right now I am reading Plain Truth by Jodi Picoult. So far I am loving it!



Movies or Shows I watched this weekend:::

Titanic (I can't help it, I love this movie), How I Met Your Mother, 10 Things I Hate About You

On my TV:::

Gilmore Girls
Safe Haven
The Ranch
Party of Five
13 Reasons Why
The Crown

On the menu for this week:::

Monday-Pasta with veggies
Tuesday- Out with the Family
Wednesday- Sandwiches, chips, veggie and fruit
Thursday- Beans and cornbread, fried potatoes
Friday- Pizza, breadsticks and salad
Saturday-Meatball subs, salad, fruit
Sunday- Beans and cornbread with fried potatoes

On my to do list:::

Laundry
Schedule blog posts for this week and next week
Vacuum
Clean bathrooms, bedrooms, and laundry room
Set up a day for my daughter's fundraiser that she's wants to have for our local library

What I am sewing, crocheting, knitting or creating:::

Working on some new inserts for my planner
Working on the format for my cookbook
Working on my new shop
Work on website for newspaper

Happening this week:::

Grocery shopping for the week
4th of July festivities
A has one week left with her cast (she broke her wrist on Memorial Day weekend)

Looking around the house:::

The house is  a mess. Every room needs to be cleaned.

What I'm wearing today:::

black shorts and a gray t-shirt

One of my simple pleasures:::

Watching a good movie on Netflix

Bible verse, Devotional::: 


Sunday, July 2, 2017

Sunday Musings 7/2/2017

 Hi Lovelies! It's late and Sunday is almost over, but I wanted to post my Sunday Musings anyway.


 
This week's questions:

1. Favorite genre of music? That would have to be 80s hard rock and hair bands. Bon Jovi, Def Leppard, Poison, White Snake, White Lion, just to name a few!!

2. Favorite genre of movies? Romantic Comedies and Drama with some Action thrown in.

3. Do you watch Reality TV? Yes, but I am embarrassed to say that the first Reality TV show that I ever watched was Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica

4. Actress you want to be BFFs with? Sandra Bullock

5. Actor you would be happy to be stuck on an island with? That's a hard question... but I would have to say Colin Farrell!

Next week's questions:

1. Tell us about the family you grew up in, parents, siblings, grandparents.
2. Tell us about your husband, fiancé, boyfriend, significant other.
3. Tell us about your children. If you don’t have children, talk about your fur children.
4. Tell us about your best friends. How long have you known them? How did you meet?
5. Tell us about any other special people in your life.

 Make sure to join on the fun down below in the comments, have some Sunday Musings fun and make new friends!!!

Happy Sunday!

Thursday, June 22, 2017

4 Simple Steps to Clear Kitchen Counters

We have all seen them, those neat and tidy kitchens without a stray spoon or spatula in sight. Here are 4 simple steps to clean counters that I swear by:



1. Completely clear your counters. Remove everything and place it on your kitchen or dining room table.

2. Wipe your counters with your favorite cleaner ( I use a solution of 1 cup vinegar to one cup water with a 5-6 drops of Dawn dish soap), or you can use a sponge with warm, soapy water.

3. Look at your appliances that you placed on the table-- is there anything that you don't use daily that can be put in a different place, or in a cabinet or pantry? Is there anything you can donate or give away? Before you move everything back, take stock of your counters for a few minutes. If you only use your toaster or blender once or twice a week and if you have limited counter space (like I do) maybe it would be better stored someplace else. A little space on the counter is a good things, there is no need to clutter it up!

4. Now, put the remaining items back on your counters and think about zones as you are returning the items. For example, it you keep your baking goods (like flour and sugar)  on the counter, put them where you store your mixer and measuring cups. Put your coffee maker by the mugs and so on.

Once you have returned all of your items to the counters, make a conscience effort to keep them clean. After every meal put things back where they belong, don't pile dishes on the counters and empty your sink and/or dishwasher (if you have one). My number one suggestion to keeping your kitchen clean and your counters clear, is to develop a kitchen cleaning routine. This will help immensely and you will feel much better in the morning when you wake up to clean counters.

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

What's Up Wednesday

Hi Lovelies!

It's been quite a while since I have done a What's Up Wednesday post. I thought tonight would be a great time to bring it back!

What I'm eating this week:  I have a meal plan full of easy meals that won't heat up the house.

What I'm working on this week: I'm working on planner bands, planner clips, and planner inserts. I hope to have these listed soon in my new shop. I'm also working on a meal planner.

What I'm watching/reading: Right now I am watching Gilmore Girls Season One and I'm re-watching The Ranch.




What I'm listening to: The TV (Gilmore Girls)

What I'm loving: Everything Summer! Bring on shorts and tank tops, flip flops, and Dallas Cowboys training camp!!!


What are you up to this Wednesday?





Friday, June 16, 2017

June Goals

It has been awhile since I have done a goals post and this post is long overdue. I have completely let the chaos that is my life take over. I haven't touched my planner in a couple of weeks, which explains the chaotic life. Whoops!!!

But now that I have our summer routine established, I am excited about setting some goals and I am really going to push myself this month. There are a lot of things that I would like to accomplish so hopefully by the end of the month I will feel good about things. Here we go!!!



Personal Goals

  • drink more water
  • meditate for 5 minutes before bed. Stretch for a few minutes when getting up.
  • get better quality sleep by going to bed earlier
  • workout consistently
Family Goals

  • Adapt to our summer schedules. Create a morning, afternoon, and evening routines for the summer.
  • Celebrate Father's Day.
  • Cross off items from our Summer Bucket List
Blog Goals

  • Post at least 3x per week.
  • Make a new list of blog post ideas
  • Schedule posts until the end of the June
  • Create an editorial calendar for the rest of summer 
I hope your June has started out as a fantastic month. Have you set any goals yet? Any fun summer plans? Have you started to cross things off of your Summer Bucket List? 




Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Memes on a Wednesday

Hi Lovelies!

Today has been a busy day with Girl Scout Day Camp (Day #3) and a trip into town to buy a new phone. I promise to have a proper post up tomorrow!

Since it's been busy I thought I would share some memes with you.

Have a great evening!









Tuesday, June 13, 2017

15 Summer Blog Post Ideas

Even though summer is still a couple of weeks away, it's already starting to feel like summer around my neck of the woods. Summer plans have been made and some have already been accomplished. Summer is my favorite time of the year. Not so much for the heat, but for the slow pace and more fun attitudes that most people seem to have. So, tonight I am giving you 15 summer blog post ideas so you will have tons of fun things to write about during these summer months.




  • favorite summer activity
  • a summer recipe
  • summer reading list
  • June, July. August goals
  • summer must haves
  • kids crafts; summer ideas
  • favorite summer TV shows
  • recap of your favorite movies you saw over the summer
  • share a summer playlist
  • labor day/plans recap
  • a full summer recap
  • healthy eating tips/tricks
  • favorite outdoor activities
  • what's in your pool/beach bag
  • Memorial day plans/recap 

Monday, June 12, 2017

Happy Homemaker Monday 6/12/2017

Good evening Lovelies!! Welcome to another edition of Happy Homemaker Monday!! 




The weather:::

Hot, windy, and oh did I mention hot!

On my reading pile:::

Since I have decided to sign up for the summer reading program with my daughter, I have been re-visiting some of my childhood favorites!! I'm also going to read a few Mary Higgins Clark novels.








Movies or Shows I watched this weekend:::

Dawson's Creek. Orange is the New Black, and Party of Five

On my TV:::

Gilmore Girls
Safe Haven
The Ranch
Party of Five
13 Reasons Why
The Crown

On the menu for this week:::

Monday- Cheeseburger Hamburger Helper, carrots
Tuesday- Chicken and cheese quesadillas chips, rice, veggies and fruit
Wednesday- Sandwiches, chips, veggie and fruit
Thursday- Beans and cornbread, fried potatoes
Friday- Pizza, breadsticks and salad
Saturday- Chicken, mashed potatoes, veggies, and fruit
Sunday- Beans and cornbread with fried potatoes

On my to do list:::

Laundry
Schedule blog posts for this week and next week
Vacuum
Clean bathrooms, bedrooms, and laundry room
Set up a day for my daughter's fundraiser that she's wants to have for our local library

What I am sewing, crocheting, knitting or creating:::

Working on some new inserts for my planner
Working on the format for my cookbook
Working on my new shop
Work on website for newspaper

Happening this week:::

Grocery shopping for the week
Summer reading program
Girl Scouts Day Camp

Looking around the house:::

The kitchen is clean and the living room needs to be picked up

What I'm wearing today:::

black shorts and a red t-shirt

One of my simple pleasures:::

Spending time with my family

Bible verse, Devotional::: 


Sunday, June 11, 2017

Sunday Musings 6/11/2017

Hello Lovelies!

Welcome to another edition of Sunday Musing!


This week's musings:

1. When do you take time for you?

When my 1 year old is napping and my 7 year is having her quiet time, I enjoy reading.

2. What do you find to be your biggest weakness?

My need to keep things neat orderly.
 
3. What is your biggest attribute?

I'm a very trusting and loyal person.

4. What is your favorite place to shop online?

I would have to say Amazon.

5. What is your favorite place to kill time?

I would have to say my local mall.

Next week's musings:

1. 4 favorite phone apps
2. 4 favorite Summer TV shows
3. 4 things you would NEVER do
4. 4 items you carry with you no matter what
5. 4 blogs we should follow

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Happy Sunday!