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Sunday Morning Power Hour


When we got home from the football yesterday, we noticed that our neighbour has removed the damaged fence panel that backs onto our garden. We also noticed that we have a lot of food that needs to be eaten (I am seeing the downside of not menu planning). So we decided to split up and deal with each of these.

Dan went out with the clippers to clear our area of plant jumble to allow the new panel to fit in, and I did a menu plan. Luckily, our neighbour came out to speak to Dan and they had a good chat, all parties were left assured of good garden relations!

I wrote a menu plan, largely pantry based for the rest of the month, and while I was it is sorted out my recipe file, so I now have not bits of paper scattered around and I know where to find my favourite recipes. 

A good way to spend a Sunday morning.

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  1. Sounds like you were busy - we haven't done a lot today!

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    1. You're busy enough during the week Lizzie!

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  2. Well done on being productive and dividing and ruling! We had a lie-in, mooched around, hung some washing and put more in. Then went to see a house, had lunch, visited my Mum then I came home and mowed the lawn and did some pruning and deadheading! Now sorting out dinner and catching up on blog comments!

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    1. Sounds like a good day. Hope the househunting is fruitful.

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  3. Like a good blitz of the paperwork-electronic style included. I'm having six friends to a sewing day tomorrow which led to a good deal of home blessing today! Have a good week. Catriona

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    1. Enjoy your sewing day, sounds like a lot of fun!

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  4. I really need to work on getting the bits of paper with recipes written on them into my recipe binder. It sure would clear a great deal off my desk. Good going on getting yours cleared up and a menu plan made.

    God bless.

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    1. Thanks Jackie, it's one of those tasks that always seems to be put off isn't it.

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