Friday, April 17, 2009


I love the weekends. I always come up with more than I can accomplish on my to-do list. Here is what I have planned:
  • workout with daughter on Saturday morning
  • grocery shopping
  • take my first stab at a rag quilt
  • get pictures of my latest mini key fobs
  • go to church
  • move some daffodils from the shady side of the house
  • laundry
  • organize paperwork

Not too long of a list, I think. Hopefully, I will get a good chunk of this done. I really want to take my first try at a rag quilt. I have never quilted before and from everything I have been told and I have found on the internet (got to heart google!) it is one of the best ways to begin. I was going to start last night but once we got home from working out, I was tired to start something brand new.

Dinner for Saturday will be easy peasy!! I bought a rump roast on sale last week and cooked all day in the crockpot. I shredded it and put it in the freezer. I am going to take it out and put it back in the crockpot with some seasoning and bbq sauce and some secret ingredients and have shredded beef for dinner!

I am looking forward to more time at home this weekend and to getting some big and small projects completed. I hope you have your list and are ready to tackle some projects too!

God bless and make it an awesome day!


Patti said...

Great plan and most of it sounds like fun. I'll have to remember to post my list on the blog...usually I make a list and then cant find it! LOL

storybeader said...

sounds like a fun weekend. Hope the weather holds...

memoriesforlifescrapbooks said...

I hope you get everything on your list accomplished and more :)

Rose Works Jewelry said...

Sounds like a great weekend! Good luck on your quilt :) I have a quilt that I a long time ago >_> I want to pick it back up but I think at this point I'm going to wait until the craft show season is over with...

TiLT said...

not a long list eh? Some may disagree...but not a mom...or a woman :)
I need to start blogging my lists...better chance at sticking to them :)