Hello! And welcome to another My Week on Wednesday.
Normally I do a round-up post on Wednesdays… taking a topic and sharing posts about it written by myself, my friends over at the Homestead Bloggers Network, and some of my other favorite bloggers. It’s a lot of fun, and I LOVE learning about all sorts of new things. But also a lot of work.
And this week is The Week Before Spring Break and my schedule is full to the brim with parent-teacher conferences, lessons, rehearsals, concerts, and two field trips.
Plus everyone seems to think they are entitled to three meals a day. 😉
And, of course, next week is Spring Break.
So I am taking this week more-or-less off, and next week off completely.
I’m giving YOU homework
Don’t worry. It’s completely optional! But what sort of things would you like to see My Week on Wednesday posts cover? Leave me ideas in the comments! 🙂
And in the mean time, be sure to check out some older My Week on Wednesday posts!
A few favorite My Week on Wednesday Posts
This is what my raised beds looked like on Monday. They have melted a bit since then, but still… we are more-or-less still in the planning stages of gardening. I don’t really want to talk about the mud/snow/dog poop disaster that is my back yard just yet. Oh well… Spring Break is next week, right?
Yes, my husband is back from his 7-week business trip to Germany and Poland, and, yes, we relied heavily on the Crock Pot this trip, too!
Quote of the Week
Approximately daily, I post quotes on my Facebook Page. The quote with the most likes, shares, and comments will become the Quote of the Week. Be sure to “like” my page so you don’t miss any, and so you can make your favorites known!
Thank you for joining me for My Week on Wednesday. Tell me, what did you do this week? I’d love to hear!
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