I am so excited about 2012….are you?
I was feeling very weary the last few months of 2011. There something about the ending of the year that makes me look back and examine how I’d spent my time and resources all the year long.
With all of that behind me and a fresh new year I have laid out new goals and have built upon some old ones. There will be some new personal goals as wellas some blog related goals which I’ll share here over the next few weeks.
You can check out one of the blog goals I shared last week plus below you can see what goals I have for this week.
- Bible Reading: Joshua 14:6-15, Mark 2:1-12, 1 Samuel 16:1-13, 1 Timothy 6:11-16, Psalm 24:1-10, Luke 9:28-36, Genesis 39:1-23
- Prayer: Monday – Sunday
- – Prayer with and for my husband
- – Prayer with and for my children
- – Intercessory prayer for my family and others
- -Prayer request from church and blog readers
- Discipleship: Read Chapter 8 of What Women Fear by Angie Smith
The Resolution for Women – This is what I’m reading for the month of January. Look for a review mid January and at the end of the month.
The Story of David Livingstone – The children take turns reading aloud to us 15 minutes per day. This is our reading selection for January.
3.) DINNER MENU
D~Crockpot Lasagna (I’ll share a pictorial soon) and Salad
D~ Stewed Chicken, Steamed Rice and Cabbage
D~Omaha Steaks, Baked Potato and Green Beans
D~Spaghetti and Corned Bread
D~ Lentil Soup over Steamed Rice with Corned Bread
Tackle a few more organizing projects (under master bathroom sink and master bedroom closet — look for pictures or video soon)
Make homemade corn bread and biscuit mix.
Continue starting dinner in the mornings (makes dinner time less burdensome)
Prepare Mr. P’s work meals and breakfast a day in advance. We’ve been wasting a lot of money on Mr. P eating out because I have been to busy (not prioritizing) to prepare his meals
Attempt to make a shirt dress for my little girl. Sketch plans for some apron skirts for her as well.
She looketh well to the ways of her household, and eateth not the bread of idleness.
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