In many ways this has been a long, difficult week. It started with a sore throat Sunday night. For days I’ve been dosing myself with colloidal silver, oil of oregano, ibuprofen and lots of hot, hot tea. I think I’m finally back to normal.
Then there were plumbing issues which left us without water most of yesterday. Lots of fun. Between sickness and no water let’s just say that my laundry is a bit of a challenge at the moment.
In spite of all of that though I did have some good times this week – laughing with my children, going on a date last night with my husband, reading and relaxing.
This post will give you something to think about. I know that I try to have the house tidy and supper ready when my husband gets home from work. I just feel that he would much rather come home to a clean house, happy children, good food and a content wife.
I loved reading this post. Some of these things I do, but I saw some that I’d like to work into my early morning routine. I love getting up before everyone and enjoying the quiet before the happy chaos of the day starts.
So my oldest son has expressed a slight interest in learning how to bake bread. I think I’ve found a recipe to start him on.
We’ve already had our Thanksgiving in Canada, but I know that this week coming up is the American Thanksgiving, and I hope you all have a great one. This post has some great tips for making celebrating Thanksgiving better. I wholeheartedly agree with #3. I did mine early this year and will never go back to the old way.
If you need more ideas for Thanksgiving I have an entire board on Pinterest dedicated to this topic.
I hope you have a wonderful week and for my American friends a great Thanksgiving.