Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Weekend Review + Weekly Plan

||Weekend Review||

Friday started with Wesley sending his kids off to school and then instantly regretting it.

 Before Lucy left I took a quick picture of Lucy's Red Ribbon Week poster!

Henry has been begging me to eat lunch with him. Friday I picked up Chick Fila Breakfast and headed to my 10:30 lunch date. Henry sat in my lap the entire lunch and loved on me. I sure do love this little boy!
You can't do one without the other. I sat in the office for an hour reading and waiting for my next lunch date! Lucy requested subway and this mama delivered!

 Saturday we enjoyed soccer games.

Lucy was invited to an all boys birthday party. She was a little intimidated but then jumped right in with the boys.

After the party was the after party... or a volleyball game.

and then the real after party happened!

Sunday I was working on my bible study and Henry told me he needed to work on his sight words. So we sat at the kitchen table for 2 hours and worked together.

 Yesterday I chopped up all my salad ingredients and made a giant container of salad for the week. I find if it is already made it is easier to eat!

||Weekly Plan||

||To Eat||


Salad + Chicken + Rice

Taco Soup

Brisket + Guacamole + black beans (Sunday company night)


Salad + salad + more salad

Protein shakes

Snacks and sides






Bagels/cream cheese

Cinnamon toast

||To Do||

Bible Study x3

Book Fair – deliver baskets and learn to do register

Menu Plan/grocery shop

2 Halloween parties

Bake cookies for teachers and fall festival. (Probably buy them… I’m learning to lighten my load…)


||To Study||

Bible Study – Colossians 4:2-18

Precept upon Precept – Colossians dissect Chapter 1

Youth – Cast for Christchapters 1 &2  and students copy; topical study- insecurity/comparison

||To Memorize||

“Let your speech always be gracious, seasoned with salt, so that you may know how you ought to answer each person.” – Colossians 4:6

What does your week look like? 

God is bigger than this and Jesus can fix it. 

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