Good morning, everyone!
It got down to a very chilly 39 degrees last night, and some places are reporting 32 and under.
Isn't this THE SOUTH?
I had to turn on my heat last night, brrr!
The weather in my neck of the woods: It's chilly this morning, but it's supposed to warm up some.
On my bedside table: Kindle, devotional, pen and paper, notebook, recipe books, mug of tea.
What I'm reading: Still making my way through Where Secrets Sleep. Romance and I aren't friends. Also, reading a Biography of Lucrezia Borgia. "Callie" by Sharon Srock was an awesome book with a great ending. And there are more books in the series, so I'll definitely be getting those!
On the news: Dear Mr. President,
Why on earth would we want to give nuclear weapons to people who are shouting "Death to America"? Do you know something that I don't?
On the menu this week: Can I just take a moment to say how much I like that I can turn on the stove/oven and not feel like I'm going to die in the heat?
Monday: Taco soup
Tuesday: Slow Cooker Beef Stew
Wednesday: Breakfast for dinner
Thursday: Chicken Pot Pie Soup, which didn't happen last week
Saturday: Steakhouse Soup
Sunday: Rigatoni Lasagna
New Recipe I want to try: Still that pot pie soup...
On my to-do list: School, Library, Ladies Meeting, Must buy bread and milk (seriously, I ran out of bread and milk this morning, how cliche), laundry, house cleaning, pantry inventory, chopping up 30 pounds of green peppers, the dread summer-to-fall/winter closet switchout, urgh.
In the craft basket: Something special that I can't tell ya'll about quite yet.
Looking forward to: A photoshoot, finally having all of E's summer clothes out of her closet (although I'm not looking forward to moving them), this Friday.
What I plan on doing for myself this week: My nails. I almost never have my nails done, because of the various jobs that I do, so I'm going to treat myself this week.
Her nose is all scrunchy and she's doing the squinty eye, but it was all bright and sunny and windy yesterday afternoon. I cut her bangs yesterday, she told me she's missed them :)
Lesson Learned: Sometimes, we have to be the ones to reach out to others, with a helping hand, or a hug, or to meet a need. We can't count on other people to do it.
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