Sunday, March 7, 2010

Project 365 - Week 10

Week 10

This was a tough week and truthfully I am glad it's over. I missed pictures on 2 days, though I did insert one I took over the weekend for Monday.

However, in the midst of all the turmoil, God was so very good and brought me encouragement from many directions!! I love how He does that!

So, here's my week:

Sunday
ugh....enough said.

Monday
Very similar looking pills.
realized today that I took 1/2 of my estrogen pill while at Alyssa's...thinking it was my ambien!

Tuesday
Sam's is the best place to get meat in LR
I buy in bulk and then separate to freeze.
This huge pork roast will feed our family 4+ times for only $18

Wednesday

Our youth put together 1600 bracelets tonight to be sent to one of our missionaries.
That is ALOT of bracelets!!!

Thursday

No picture today.
I left the house at 8:20 and didn't get home till late, crazy day.

Friday

Tonight was opening night for the HS's performance of Bye Bye Birdie


Jared was playing in the orchestra.

What a fantastic job these kids did!!!

Saturday

tonight I helped feed the cast for Bye Bye Birdie.

I wish I had taken a picture of the meal I cooked at home too. I made a chicken cordon bleu that was simply a.ma.zing............yum!



I so look forward to seeing all of your weeks. Keep up the hard work!!! And even when you miss a few days or even maybe a week...jump back in!!! You will be so glad you did!




29 comments:

Mocha with Linda said...

Great pictures! I hope you're feeling better.

Lisa said...

I've never seen an assembly line bracelet making party. Your busy week should not surprise you...you are a busy lady most of the time...in high demand!

Here's to a better week for you!

McCrakensx4 said...

Hope you are feeling better...so not fun to be sick. I buy our meat at Sam's club too and separate and freeze. Great variety of pics! Hope you have a great week! :)

Rita said...

Good to know that I am not the only one to miss days! It looks like you had a very busy week. Great job on all those bracelets! That is impressive!

H-Mama said...

being a woman is work, right?

(((hugs))) to you, sara! I hope this next week is much better.

you are such the chef, girl!

love the idea of the bracelets.

i know you must be proud of {all} your kids. :)

StephieAnne said...

I'm sorry the week was so rough for you, Sara - I hope this next one shines in comparison.......!

Robin @ Be Still and Know said...

Love Bye Bye Birdie!!!

Those weeks from you know where are hard! But you are so right. God delivers those small and big encouragements to help us navigate through them!

Prayers for a better week to come!

Blessings
R

Dena said...

Sorry you had a rough week. Here's hoping this next week is much "sunnier".

I LOVE getting meat at Sam's too. The savings are great!

1600 bracelets...those have to be some cramped fingers, but a very appreciative missionary. :)

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Tori said...

OK, I couldn't figure out what the Walgreen's box was. DUH! Sorry your week was so hectic! Praying this one will be better and you will have a chance to breathe!!
Love ya!

Elizabeth said...

you poor thing... so sorry about how your week started out... hope you are all better now...

I love Sams... we use to have a business card so we could get in real early on Saturdays and get discounted meat... that was always fun to do... We decided this year to not renew our Sams card because we dont have one close by and it was just getting to be too much for us... but I do love Sams and miss not getting those awesome deals.

rita said...

They say (whoever 'they' is) that "Misery loves company." I guess this was our week to be miserable 'together', at the same time anyway.
I'm still on antibiotics for two issues, and doing much better.
This week should be much better, and spring is springing!!!

He & Me + 3 said...

So glad that through the chaos you still saw the encouragement of God. i hope that this week is better. My week was crazy busy and I am glad it is over too. Here's to a better week for us both:)
1600 bracelets is alot. Wow

Rebecca Jo said...

How awesome that all those bracelets were made... good for those kiddos!!!

chris weigand said...

Great pictures. Brought back memories of when my kids were in high school and participating in the musicals. So much fun.

Kim said...

Wow! Tanto bracelets!

I liked buying meat at Sam's too; I'm also a huge fan of their rotisserie chickens -- so nice to have dinner ready when I'd get home from a busy day of shopping :-)

Scary how much those pills look alike!

The play looks like fun.

Sorry your week was a tough one; hope next week goes better!

Amy said...

I love Bye Bye Birdie. Great show. Glad you get to enjoy the fun of having a musical kid. It is great. Sorry you had a rough week, but it can only get better..no??

Heather of the EO said...

I'm sorry your week has been rough! Here's to hoping with you for a more peaceful next week.

Esthermay said...

I’m on the same page with you about God bringing the encouragement from all directions. I think the older I get, it’s easier to recognize that encouragement and the almost unbelievable avenues by which it arrives! God is so good!

Sunday: thank you for sharing this. :)
Monday: ooooops –e-daisy!
Tuesday: Mark is salivating. Seriously. We’re on the laptop together. {*MeN!*}
Wednesday: Jewelry making and nobody invited moi!!!????
Friday – ByeByeBirdie: The girl in the blue on the left reminds me of that series “Christy” with Kellie Martin. (I think her dress was blue in every episode.)
(I honestly don’t think I’ve ever seen ByeBye Birdie...)
Mark remarks: “French horn and violin are very difficult instruments. He’s a talented young man.” He knows this -- of course -- because he rec'd a refresher course in classical music and lesson in the identification of the instruments on Valentines Day! {*bigsmile}

Feeding the cast: this counts as FOOD!

Love to you and your family!
Stay encouraged! God still reigns!!

~esthermay

Maria said...

Great photos! I hope next week slows down for you some. I am three weeks behind on posting photos, though I've been taking them. I'll get to it soon!

Abiding Branch said...

Great pics!! So sorry you mistook a pill and thought you would get sleepy but instead had less hot flashes lol!!
Sara, yes we go from snow to green grass very quickly in our neck of the woods, but I think it was little over week lol.
Sorry I was out but I'm back. :)
Chel

Jamie @ Six Bricks High said...

I always enjoy seeing the pics of your week. Sorry your week was tough, hoping this week is better.

Liz said...

I am been AWOL and glad to pop back over here today!
So sorry you were feeling poorly. You did, however, manage to capture it beautifully. :) How cool is that?!

The DG Family said...

Hope this week is better for you! Enjoying participating in the 365 Project :)

Karin said...

Hope you can get some rest this week! I got tired just reading about your week. :)

Michelle said...

great pictures!
sometimes it's rough being a girl ;)
hope you're feeling better and this week is a lot better than last week.

Lois Lane II said...

WOW! That's a lot of meat!

BTW, congrats on being named one of the top 100 Christian Blogs!!! You deserve it!

Mimi said...

I really enjoyed looking around your blog. I'm about to become your newest follower!

Lori at The Davidson Den said...

Oh, so sorry about your Sunday...eek.

Love buying in bulk. Still trying to work that out with our budget at times, though...

Whoa. That IS a lot of bracelets.

That set is seriously amazing for a high school production!! I'm very impressed.