Sunday, September 12, 2010

Monday Meanderings...

I will be linking up with Sarah for Monday Meanderings!

Bible Study:
Just got a new book by Lisa Welchel called "Busy Mom's Guide to Bible Study" and I am really liking it so far!

Memory Verse:
Ephesians 4:29 "Let no corrupting talk come out of your mouth, but only such as is good for building up, as fits the occasion, that it may bring grace to those who hear."

Husband Encouragement:
I read Blessings To Do at Homegrown Mom and I really identified with how she felt and I want to specifically bless my husband this week!

Train them up:
I am doing a trial run with workboxes for my younger 2 this week. If it works out well I will make some for the older 2 next week.

Personal Goals:
Keep walking 4 days a week, try to find some good thrift stores around the city.

New habit of the month:
Aside from getting dressed in the mornings as soon as I get up...try a clothes washing schedule! Like maybe Tuesday, Thursday...

Must do:
-Restock workboxes daily
-Mentally prepare myself to take all 4 boys on a field trip by myself on Thursday
-Finish reading my book chapters for Ministers Wife class Tuesday

-Clean out van!
-Organize middle bedroom to make room for books brought over from our house

Monday- Meatball Subs
Tuesday- Pancakes and bacon
Wednesday- Eat at church
Thursday- Pulled pork sandwiches
Friday- Spaghetti and french bread
Saturday- Smothered Chicken
Sunday- Chili cheese potato wedges

Fun Stuff:
Go to Student Wives Fellowship Thursday night...the field trip will hopefully be fun for the kids!

3 things I am Thankful for:
1. Sweet Tea
2. A loving husband
3. Air conditioning


In Light of the Truth... said...

Great goals this week! What are workboxes??

Anonymous said...

I like how "A loving husband" ranks below "Sweet Tea" on the list. What kind of sweet tea is it that is so good and WHO makes it?

Sincerely, YOUR Loving Husband. ;P

mommagurl32 said...

Workboxes are an organizational tool homeschooling parents use to lay out what the kids need to get done for the week.

Rachel said...

Hey, I have (and enjoy) that Welchel book, too!

Just read your post above this one about the it.

And also, your craftiness makes me very tired...where do you get the energy??

Looks great! Thanks for stopping by my blog.

Rachel (Deo Volente)