Have you ever owned a business? There are so many details to see about such as where to print business cards, how to advertise, paying for utilities and insurance, and the list goes on and on. If you’re just starting out, talk to others who have started their own business, plan carefully, and find the best deals on things. Make a list of everything you will need in order to run your business efficiently.
My friends and I think weekends are way too short and three-day weekends would be great! Wish that were the case this week. We’re all tired! We had a wonderful weekend, though, with family and friends, and we went to our son and future d-i-l’s wedding shower Sunday afternoon. Special times! We feel very blessed!
Hope you have a great week! Here’s our menu:.
Tuesday: Chef salad (I want to lose 3-5 more pounds before our son’s wedding)
Wednesday: Chicken, corn, salad
Thursday: Chef salad
Friday: Eating out at ?
My bike sits in a corner of the garage and hasn’t been ridden in literally years. I haven’t forgotten that I have it because I pass by it every day I go to work. However, I have forgotten about riding it! I really need to get it out after school is out and ride it (after airing up the tires, I’m sure).
Our daughter and s-i-l and their boys all have bikes. And so does our son. I don’t know if they’ve thought of anything like kuat racks, but I do know they go riding in the park from time to time. It’s great exercise and it’s fun!
There’s a newly released book that I’m planning on ordering from Amazon, maybe today. A friend of mine read it and couldn’t put it down. I’ve been reading about it on different Facebook posts of friends, and it sounds like an awesome book. I also read some great Amazon Editorial Reviews. Have any of you read it?
A friend of mine and her husband had their house built several years ago. They wanted specific things in their house such as Pella brand windows from a place such as Pella Virginia, only I think they bought them locally. Although it took a lot of time (understatement), they had their dream home like they wanted…at least they thought they did. After living there for a little while, they realized there were several things they wished they had done differently. But some things, like having Pella windows put in, they were glad they did.
Our son and future daughter-in-law are in the final stages of planning their June wedding. They have just about everything planned and have very little left to do. They looked at rings a while back and decided what they wanted. I don’t know if they looked at cobalt rings, but I do know they chose really nice rings.
One of the things left to do is our son making his decision on the groom’s cake. I still think he needs to have a “Yoshi” (a Super Mario Nintendo character) cake. Yoshi has always been his favorite, and anyone who has played video games with him knows that. So, it will be interesting to see what kind of groom’s cake he chooses.
Our son graduated from college this weekend, and I had the honor of standing behind him in the ceremony and placing the graduation hood on him. It was a beautiful ceremony because it included songs of praise and thanks to the Lord for His faithfulness throughout their lives and prayers that they may be blessed to make them effective servant-leaders in their respective professions.
With so many enjoyable events, one event right after another, it made for a busy but fun weekend, and we were even able to attend a recital for the musically gifted daughter of some good friends the night before graduation. Mother’s Day included lunch at Olive Garden with our children, grandchildren and the parents of our son’s fiancee, and after a little more visiting, we still got back home at a reasonable hour. I hope your Mother’s Day was an especially good one!
Monday: Chicken, sauteed okra & yellow squash & onions
Tuesday: Chicken pasta with H*E*B Marinara Sauce, salad
Wednesday: Chicken, mashed potatoes, & okra
Thursday: Talapia, red potatoes & green beans
Friday: Digiorno Spicy Chicken Supreme Pizza & salad
Our son is graduating from college this week which brings back memories of his school years, especially being in band. He was in band from sixth grade through his second year in college and then for two years in a percussion ensemble. I remember all the football games with the band playing at half time and the color guard flags decorating the field. Then there were all the many band competitions and a parade or two every year. We have so many wonderful memories!