Last week, I endured a "month long grocery trip." I purchased what I hope will prove to be a month of groceries.
|2 1/2 carts of the 4 carts of groceries we purchased|
This morning Krista, Stacia and I got everything organized and put back in the closet. I moved the empty canning jars down to the basement, moved older things to the front, and took stock of what we had that I'd forgotten about..... I plan to get out the label maker and make some labels so things STAY organized. My canning inventory is low. I need to get some spaghetti sauce, beans and chicken canned, "soon."
|The "before" photos of the pantry and nook disappeared|
Stacia realized she isn't feeling well - so she stayed home. Michael was having a "bad day," he stayed home too. Alex is ALWAYS happy to stay home. I took Krista and we went to visit Bre and the kids. Bella ran right to Krista and hugged her around the knees and offered to help her take boots off.
|Bella and Auntie K|
For his part, Gideon loves to have EVERYTHING in it's place. He's darling. He races to put our shoes in the proper place and claps after each one is put up. He is the most cuddly, kissy baby I've been around. He's a delight. He is now 19 months old.
|Big job for a sweet boy|
|"Seesters" - Bella, Bre, Gideon, Krista|
|Auntie K loves on the kids while Bre watches on|
|Auntie K and Bennett (AKA Benny)|
Everyone's in bed. I started reading a new book, "The Prodigal Prophet," by Timothy Keller, and realized I hadn't blogged yet....and I'm making an all out effort to get back into a habit.