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menu plan monday

Monday, February 18th, 2008


This is going to be a good week. We are having our first flo (for ladies only) service at church Tuesday night. I think it will be really a good thing…

Bailey has been under the weather, but seems better tonight. I think he’ll make it to school tomorrow. It’s been a nice quiet weekend. A lot of running on Saturday, but still a lot of time spent at home. Matt finally got his xm radio all situated after sending me to best buy a few times for different accessories. He likes it a lot already. I personally don’t get it… but it’s okay.

Here’s my menu for this week, I planned to do roast for Sunday lunch… Amanda ended up going out to eat with Lorenzo so I waited because she really likes roast. We had sonic (how healthy huh?) for lunch and subway for dinner! Subway was yummy!


roast with new potatoes & carrots

ww rolls




for ladies only at church

menu is chicken enchiladas

Subway for Matt and Bailey



taco chicken




sloppy joes

ww buns

oven fries







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Don’t forget to come back for time travel tuesday! This week we are traveling back to a babysitting experience. Did you have any interesting, extra fun, or scary experiences while babysitting kids? Come back and share tomorrow!



this week

Monday, February 18th, 2008

I remembered Wednesday morning to start assembling all the things for Izzy’s Valentine’s Day party. Here I am assembling like a mad woman!

I also decided to make these scripture magnets for the ladies group Tuesday night.

They are cuter in person (promise)!

Got a new purse…

Happy Valentine’s day to me… from me.

Me & Bailey stopped off at Sonic on Valentine’s Day. He wanted mozzarella sticks and french fries with ranch dressing! He came home from school yesterday with a temp of 101.6. He seems to be feeling a little better today.

Here are all the valentines packed up ready to go to school.

Last night I took Emelia to a birthday party at “Pump it Up”… it’s a place with huge rooms full of inflatable play things. They spend 45 minutes in each room and finished with cake and coke at 9:30 p.m. It was so noisy, but the kids all seemed to really enjoy it. Emelia wants to have her party there this year, I suggested a tea party at the new tea room? (I’m thinking quiet). Today she has a basketball game at 2 p.m. and a kid’s night out at church starting at 6 p.m.

We are having weather issues. There is freezing rain and it’s supposed to snow later on.


Monday, February 18th, 2008

Who doesn’t remember hours and hours of playing Nintendo? Dad and I used to play Mario deep into the night, every night! It was a lot of fun! Two lifelong friends who were already successful in business had a vision to bring back the classic consoles they played when they were young to make them popular again. officially launched in January 2007.

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Monday, February 18th, 2008

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hotels in barcelona

Monday, February 18th, 2008

Are you going to visit the beautiful Barcelona? Barcelona is positioned on the north eastern coast of the Iberian Peninsula and the shores of the Mediterranean. Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain in both size and in population. It is the capital of Catalonia. After a makeover lasting more than two decades, Barcelona has transformed itself into one of the most dynamic and stylish cities in the world. Summer is serious party time, but year-round the city sizzles – it’s always on the biting edge of architecture, food, fashion, style, music and good times. The buildings, especially the work of the eccentric genius Gaudí, will blow you away. The art, with significant collections by Picasso and Miró, will make you clammy all over. the people, with their exuberance, their creative spirit, their persistent egalitarianism, will fascinate you. A growing amount of visitors made Barcelona hotels to have an average year-round occupancy of 85% – the highest in Europe as a consequence rates have shot up recently. There are three names given to Hotels in Barcelona accommodation in Barcelona they are Hotel, Hostal and Pension. A hostal is similar to a guest house or hotel, but a hostel is a youth hostel. Pensiones, usually cheaper and often family-run, are star-rate. You might want to visit Gran Teatre del Liceu or Casa Batllo. I would love to see Montjuic Park and Castle and the Santa Maria del Pi. I would love to stay in the Spanish hotels that are near these locations.