I was challenged yesterday, by Nate of ItStartsWith.Us, to take note of my top 5 goals in life. I had to chew on it for a while, but following his two-word framework, here’s what I’ve come up with: 1. Be genuine 2. Listen carefully 3. Love always 4. Organize stuff 5. Enjoy now If you
Click HERE to visit I’m an Organizing Junkie’s Menu Plan Monday Weekday Dinners Monday – Chicken Ranch Jack, Biscuits, Carrots Tuesday – Slow Cooker Corned Beef-Style Brisket Wednesday – Leftovers (chicken or corned beef & cabbage) Thursday – Slow Cooker BBQ Orange Chicken, Brown Rice, Corn on the Cob Friday – Leftover Chicken, rice, and
Click HERE to visit I’m an Organizing Junkie’s Menu Plan Monday Ok, so life has been busy. I just realized that 4 of my last 5 posts have simply been Menu Plans – fine blogger I have been! Ah well, I guess it’s better to live life than just write about it? I am grateful
Menu Plan Monday – January 19-25, 2009 Click HERE to visit I’m an Organizing Junkie’s Menu Plan Monday I’ll be using my “spare meal” from last week for my Monday & Tuesday meals. I might try to get to the grocery store tomorrow, but since it’s MLK Day and my son is home, grocery shopping
I am pretty sure I have written about Sola Scriptura (“by scripture alone”) before. I believe it was in the context of the Seventh Day (Sabbath) being the true Sabbath. I’m still not 100% sure where I stand on the whole “day of worship” and “Sabbath” issue – but that’s not what this post is
Happy New Year! I have to tell you, 2008 was not my favorite year. The past several months have been particularly challenging. Yeah, yeah. I know. Challenge brings growth, but I don’t have to like it. Two miscarriages, a long awaited but essentially missed vacation due to a monster case of bronchitis, weight gain. Ugh.
Click HERE to visit I’m an Organizing Junkie’s Menu Plan Monday I just started a new blog with my recipes so I can link to them there. Please feel free, if you’re looking for recipes to cook, to come over and visit. It won’t be anything special – no frills – few pictures, just a
Just wanted to share a quote today, from a blog post entitled “When Sin Loses its Appeal“, by John Burke: Frank Laubach, who I’ve told the history of in my last post, wrote this in his journal after the first five months of seeking moment by moment life with God: “Oh, this thing of keeping
J4 and I are heading out this evening to go see my friend, Tara, perform in The Drama Group’s performance of A Man For All Seasons! I love having a night out with my hubby! Happy writing about anything month for NaBloPoMo!
Click HERE to visit I’m an Organizing Junkie’s Menu Plan Monday Shifted a meal from last week to this week. Fortunately, the one meal I didn’t get a chance to make was one that is an old family favorite*. Perfect for this week! Weekday Dinners & Weekend Breakfasts Monday – *Special K Loaf, Scalloped Potatoes,