It’s Monday which means that I’m sitting somewhere cozy with a hot cup of coffee and planning out my week. I’ve already begun working on one homemaking project which was to clean my deep freezer from top to bottom. It turned out to be more work than expected because I went in without a plan. I made some serious preparation mistakes that cost me unnecessary cleaning time so I’ll be sharing to process with you and what I learned so that you don’t make the same mistakes that I did.

I have lot’s of homemaking projects planned and some changes to how I keep my home management system organized.

Here are some of my major home making projects for April.

1. Sand walls in the den.

2. Finish painting the den.

3. Touch up paint kids bathroom.

4. Update my ‘Home Inspiration’ notebook.

5. File paperwork.

Homemaking Projects for 2012

1. Paint the bathroom accent wall and newly installed floating shelf.

2. Find a dresser for the bathroom that will allow for more storage.

3. Paint (white) and reinstall current bathroom shelf.

4. Update den wall molding.

5. Paint youngest son and youngest daughters bedrooms.

6. Make headboards from youngest son and daughter.

7. Make guitar holder for youngest son.

8. Finish daughters dresser (sand and paint)

9. Sod backyard.

10. Add dirt to front yard to level lawn.

Goals for this week.

FAITH:

  • Bible Reading: Read Bible everyday.

“Dogs bark, roosters crow, Christians read their Bibles everyday.” — Pastor Ken Jumper

  • Prayer: Monday – Sunday
  1. - Prayer with and for my husband
  2. - Prayer with and for my children
  3. - Intercessory prayer for my family and others
  4. -Prayer request from friends, family, church and A Proverbs Wife readers.

This Weeks Memory Verse

 “I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.” John 16:33 NIV

Training My Children:

I’m Reading: Grace Based Parenting by Dr. Tim Kimmel

Kids/Family Daily Bible reading – Alone and with parents using the At Home Bible reading plan from church for the month of April.

  • Matthew 28:20
  • Psalm 25:5
  • Isaiah 40:31
  • Isaiah 58:11

Character Training: Choosing to do the right thing even when it’s tough.

Memory Verse:

“I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.” John 16:33 NIV

 

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