We tried out a fun new recipe that my sister shared on her blog. Garlic Cheese Biscuits baked in a cast iron skillet. It was fun to try and yummy to eat!
Make your own lunch.
Because if Dad is busy for the day, Mom doesn’t worry a whole lot about lunch. #Gratitude for kids that don’t mind and even like making their own lunches and suppers too! #Gratitude too, for my husband, who though he can be picky about foods he likes and dislikes, isn’t all that picky about wanting big meals or gourmet meals. Thank goodness! I just tend to do a little more for lunch when he’s home compared to when he’s gone for the day. Lunch is our main meal most of the time with our farm life and farm schedule. We don’t have much for supper a lot of times, especially in the winter. It works for us at this season of life!
Lego crane creation…hanging out on my island..
Proof that dark colored wax burns either slower or longer or both! The other tealight was pink and I lit them both at the same time. Interesting stuff here!
Because sometimes in life the only thing to do or offer is to bake a cake.
Old door drug over from the farm. I’m thinking about/wanting to create a sign with it. We’ll see. It is pushing the limits on my creatibility. 😉
Photo from my phone~ I took a walk and noticed the footprints left by my husband earlier in the day. It was too fun of a photo opp to pass up, though my phone is the very least of these when it comes to taking pictures.
Renae put a zipper in the top of a bag of hers this week that only had a tab to keep it closed. #HomeEcClass101
More work in the upstairs bath by our inhouse plumber guy. #PlumbingProjectProceeds
Guys made a part run and had Frosties and fun. #memoriesmade
Renae got sick. Definitely hasn’t been herself. Praying she soon feels better. #absolutelynofun
I spent an afternoon at a neighbor’s helping her rearrange her china cupboard. #ilovedishes
Bookwork & bookwork. #computertime
Studying James. #Liveit
I had some big days and some tired days and a didn’t-feel-good-day. #gladforeverygoodday
A tweet by @timkellernyc I liked this week~ What makes life “good” is not a particular set of circumstances, but how the heart interacts with them.
From Sacred Marriage by Gary Thomas~ Take time to do an inventory of your spouse’s difficulties rather than of your spouse’s shortcomings.
Have contempt for contempt.
Husbands, you are married to a fallen woman in a broken world. Wives, you are married to a sinful man in a sinful world. If you can’t respect this spouse because he/she is prone to certain weaknesses, you will never be able to respect any spouse.