If you do stuff, stuff gets done.......

If you do stuff, stuff gets done.......

Tuesday, April 5, 2016

To do list, etc;

Below is my to do list for this week and I also put a few projects to work on during April.

No grands here yesterday, and with my husband's help, we had a very productive Monday.  


This is the first harvest from husband's little garden- red and green leaf lettuce and a dab of spinach.  

Fresh eggs- my daughter bought them from a student at her school.  
Even if I had to wash them,  brown and blue eggs are just so much more cheerful than plain white ones.  


Saturday night, I got to thinking about Sunday lunch.  So I went in the kitchen and found the ingredients to make a bowl of tabouli salad.  
I also chopped up some potatoes, onions and carrots and found some beef broth and chopped, leftover roast beef and broth in the freezer.  
Sunday morning, it was very easy to start some vegetable beef soup cooking in the crockpot.  
It was so nice to come home from church and know lunch is ready.  
 We had a very relaxing Sunday afternoon after a busy week.  



Sharing this photo because I think they are just so cute and happy


Have a wonderful week everyone 

10 comments:

  1. Those happy faces are wonderful! I am glad you get to see them often.
    It is so nice to come home to food ready to eat.
    The best thing about the beginning of a garden is knowing a lot more is on its way. Enjoy!

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  2. Of course you need to share a picture of your happy grands! I need to get better about planning something for Sunday. By the time we head for home Megan is usually getting grumpy because she is hungry. Having something ready would get rid of grumpies faster and prevent the stop at a restaurant. Yay! for fresh produce. I haven't even started to think about the garden. I need to get on that!

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  3. I'm just beginning to think I can tuck some onion sets and sprinkle some lettuce seeds out in the garden now.
    Love the pic of the boys!

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  4. How wonderful that you are getting lettuce out of your garden already! I can't wait to be able to plant some and start harvesting some for our salads.

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  5. How wonderful that you are getting lettuce out of your garden already! I can't wait to be able to plant some and start harvesting some for our salads.

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  6. I'm a perpetual list maker so I love seeing yours.

    There's nothing quite as precious as grandchildren; is there?

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  7. Hi Rhonda. I love your blue eggs. They made me smile today...as did your gorgeous grandchildren! Love, Mimi xxx

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  8. Love the picture of the grand kids they do look so happy! Your lettuce looks so good.
    Can't wait till we van plant some

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  9. I love...LOVE...the way you do your to do list. They are so creative and pretty!

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Jeff and Rhonda

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