August 3, 2012
7 quick takes
1 - Once again, I thank the Mumford & Sons Pandora station for introducing me to more good music.
2 - I recently found the blog The Recovered Catholic and I've been enjoying it. Christina is another small town Illinois girl and (I emailed her and asked because I'm noisy) she only lives an hour and a half away from me. Oh internet, look at you bringing people together. Sorta.
3 -I've been trying some Pinterest recipes lately. The chicken fried chicken; lemon scones; and black bean, avocado, and cucumber salad recipes are all great. Today I also made the Pioneer Woman's restaurant salsa recipe with tomatoes from my garden and it was fantastic! You can check out these recipes by checking out my "Food I Gotta Make" board.
4 - This morning my husband let me sleep until 8:35. This is easily an extra hour and a half, and had Resa not been hungry I would have slept longer. The past few nights have been pretty rough around here because of the older two which means I've been becoming over-tired which means my patience has been decreasing. I'm so grateful for the extra sleep. (And I'd love it if you could say a little prayer for me and my kids.)
5 - Also, I hope you're praying that the Landry's sell their stupid house! We've all been asking for St. Jude's intercession and since he's the patron of impossible causes we may need his help. Even if you whisper a "please, God" on their behalf everyone who loves them would really appreciate your prayer.
6 - Have any of you read a book that tells a story similar to JF's? I'd love suggestions of books about miracles, NICU babies, anything similar. And if you want to give me a mini review of the book, too, that would be great. Please leave a comment!
7 - Time to clean the kitchen! God bless!
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