Monday, June 8, 2009

Weekly Menu, Upcoming activities

What a wonderful weekend we had! We had a yard sale on Friday and Saturday. On Saturday we went to a family reunion and visited with family members we haven't seen in a while. Then, we started our week in worship with other believers. The message that was preached was one that I needed. The lesson dealt with hiding God's word in your heart, studying and knowing God's word. I needed this boost to really dig down deep and commit to memory God's word and to make sure that we don't let other activities take precedence over the study of God's word in our home. The fellowship was also very encouraging. What a great way to start the week!

The menu for this week is:


Monday: Cheesy Lasagna, Cheesy Italian Bread, Salad, Pudding, Tea, Water


Tuesday: Crispy Fried Chicken, Green Beans, Salad, Rolls, Tea, Water


Wednesday: Black Bean Enchiladas, Chips & Salsa, Salad, Cookies, Tea, Water


Thursday: Spaghetti & Italian Meatballs, Garlic Bread, Salad, Fruit, Tea, Water


Friday: Homemade Pizza, Breadsticks, Salad, Brownies, Tea, Water


Saturday: Traveling

*I have gotten alot of the above recipes from www.heritageschoolhouse I will be sharing some of the recipes this week. Mrs. H has some great meal plans and recipes!

Chores for today:


Laundry, Wash all bedding, finish cleaning pool, pack up remaining yard sale items and donate, clean bathrooms


Calls to make today:


CARE organization about kittens


Paperwork to be completed today:


Mail attendance forms to Department of Education, check to see that Clint has finished his thank-you notes


Enjoy the outdoors today!


Kim


2 comments:

Sue said...

I like the message you heard. Hiding God's word in our hearts. I really believe he is calling all of his children to do just that. I have a wall hanging in my home that reads: A Bible that is falling apart usually belongs to someone who isn't. What a good saying. I believe it to be true. I'd rather have my Bible falling apart than to have my life falling apart:)

Pam said...

That sounds like a relaxing weekend. Hope the yard sale made lots of money for your vacation!