Thursday, October 15, 2015

Goals for the Week of October 18-24


     Daily Bible reading
     Sayings of the Desert Fathers

Quilting: Quilt borders of baby quilt. 

     Deep South by Paul Theroux (JMM and I are reading this aloud to each other each evening.)
     The Soldier's Wife by Margaret Leroy
     The Last Founding Father by Harlow Unger
     The Nature of the Beast by Louise Penney (Coming from the library; I finally made it to the top of the wait list!)

     Saturday -- Bacon Sandwiches, Oven Fries
Sunday -- Scrambled Eggs, Sausage, Toast
Monday -- Tuna Salad Sandwiches
Tuesday -- Slow Cooker Chicken Stew with Sausage & White Beans p.55
Wednesday -- Spaghetti & meat sauce 
Thursday -- Leftovers
Friday -- Out
Peanut Butter Cookies

     Clean front porch and put out autumn decorations (Even though it has been 90+ degrees every day this week...)

     Start setting things out for trip to the Butterfly Festival
     Monday-- Mani/Pedi
     Friday -- Mammogram (Ack!)


Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I know sometimes you do meditation / inspiration posts, but I have to tell you that your weekly goals are an inspiration to me ( to become better organized ). I like the food lists .. Mix of simple ideas I've forgotten about and new ones to try. And I've always loved learning about what people are reading. Louise Penny is one of the very few authors I buy new ( on my Kindle) because I can't stand to wait until I make it to the top of that list. I'm on the wAit at the library here for Deep South and I hope I make it before we he'd south ourselves!

Florence said...

Thank you, Salie for your kind words. I've just begun The Nature of the Beast and it does not disappoint! On Deep South, I was very put out with the first chapter of the book because it is all philosophical and historical and it seems like all he was doing was seeing how many words he could cram in. But then he starts writing about his travels and the people he meets and when he does that, it is great!

Rambling Woods said...

I agree with Sallie... You are so organized..

Hattie said...

I'm reading Deep South now. It's very disturbing.