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Sunday Night Chit Chat April 7, 2013

Filed under: Grown Up Slam Books — arminta @ 10:05 pm
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Time for more chit chat! If you want to play along, head over to Carla’s and join in.


Playing dino dig OUTSIDE!!!!



What are you…


Still working on Timeline. But, I have a stack of new to me books we picked up for free off of Craigslist waiting in the wings 🙂


With The Walking Dead being over 😦 I’m catching up on other shows on Hulu. Right now I’m working on Season 4 of Parenthood. Not the comedy I was planning on getting into!

Listening to?

The dishwasher


Definitely bread and buns tomorrow. Not sure what dinners are going to be next week, but something with cilantro for sure.

Happy you accomplished this week?

Got the laundry within three loads of being caught up! That’s a big deal. Got other cleaning tasks done, but they have all since been UN-done. Got the last of my seedlings started. I am hoping for LOTS of tomatoes and peppers 🙂 Also, got our “cold” bed planted (peas, carrots, radishes, lettuces, cabbages and broccoli).

Looking forward to next week?

Warm! Ladybug will be back. Starting on my new books.

Thankful for today?

A fantastic weekend with my family.

*Bonus Question* What is your regular day to day “outfit”?

Yoga pants and t-shirts. It’s bad. Really bad.


Ok, your turn!

  • Reading?
  • Watching?
  • Listening to?
  • Cooking/baking?
  • Happy you accomplished this week?
  • Looking forward to next week?
  • Thankful for today?
  • *Bonus Question* What is your regular day to day “outfit”?



4 Responses to “Sunday Night Chit Chat”

  1. ~Carla~ Says:

    I have 2 loaves of bread in the oven right now! 🙂 But buns are on my list for the week as well too… Good job on the laundry!! It never ends does it!? lol!

  2. Mrs. Gamgee Says:

    I’m envious of your green thumb! I so wish I could grow things… especially vegetables.

    • arminta Says:

      Here’s the thing about that… last year I received a whopping NOTHING from my garden. Well, not nothing, but like three summer squash and some lettuces. My thumb isn’t green, I’m just learning and putting the nose to the proverbial grindstone… My Gran could grow a year worth of vegetables in her postage stamp backyard. She would be so disappointed to see me growing so little on such a big lot!

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