Happy Homemaker Monday

On my bedside table:
Amethyst, by Lauraine Snelling

On my TV:
A science show was the last thing I remember on it

On the menu for tonight:
We just finished a pork stir fry, Honey & Ginger Pork

On my To Do list:
food shopping

New Recipe I tried last week:
a salad made with chorizos, Curried Brown Rice & Lentil Salad
It could have done with lettuce etc. on the side.

In the craft basket:
my son is making a design for a t-shirt with Pikachu on it

Looking forward to:
Things being settled for the winter ahead, some sort of routine

Homemaking Tip for this week:
I had one, need to write it down when I think of it

Favorite Blog Post of the week (mine or other):
Still not reading many blogs. I remembered later I enjoyed this Rag Rug Tutorial.

Favorite photo from last week:
Will add it in when I can, have been taking photos of the sunsets affected by smoke from burning off

Lesson learned the past few days:
I am going to fill this in when I get to my computer next.

On my Prayer List:

Devotionals, Scripture Reading, Key Verses:

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scrappy quilter said…
I enjoy Lauraine Snelling's books. Hope you like this one too. Have a great day.
Joyce said…
Hi, Linda,

Just stopping by to say, "Hi!"

We have had various children interested in Pokemon, too. Currently, the biggest fan is our almost three year old grandson who loves watching the old videos with my 13 year old son. :)
Sandra said…
I've never read Lauraine Snelling, is she any good?

Hope you're having a great day :)
Linda said…
Wonderful book. Of course I wished I had read Opal first.

Sandra I read the Red River series which has a website, loved it. However when I started it up again, I have probably five books to read, would seem a bit slow maybe. Lauraine I think also wrote Saturday Morning which is a modern book. I haven't read one of her books I didn't enjoy.

If you like old fashioned Dakota you would like Red River I think, and the book I just read.

Our poke ball turned out nice, except son didn't like the shade of red. He must be going to carry that as well. He is using Hobbytex for the t-shirt.

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