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Sunday, September 17, 2017

kirchoff sunday best

"The fruit of silence is prayer, the fruit of prayer is faith, the fruit of faith is love, the fruit of love is service, the fruit of service is peace."
Saint Mother Teresa of Calcutta


Boys pants from Old Navy
Aiden's shirt Nike, shoes Vans; Asher's shirt Target, shoes Converse
Milly's dress Nike and shoes Old Navy

We went to Mass Saturday evening because the boys were alter serving. After Mass we picked up wings and drumsticks from Wing Stop then headed home to watch the Longhorns play USC in football. It was a great game but we lost. Ugh...it was a devastating loss!!!! Because the game was so great and went into overtime, we didn't even get to bed until midnight. At that point I was so very thankful we didn't have to wake up early for Mass the next morning 😉 We all slept in today and once we were awake just moved around slowly to get in our groove. It was a great morning. After a couple of cups of coffee and cinnamon rolls, I headed out back to work in my garden. I worked for about 2 hours (until it got too hot) and ended up pulling all my okra and jalapeno plants and then cutting back my tomato and squash plants. Then I tilled up the dirt and pulled weeds. It looks so nice and clean now. I have 3 tomato, 1 bell pepper and 1 squash plants left for now. I will leave those for about another month or until they are no longer producing before I decided what's going in my winter garden.

I have big plans for the blog this week. I hope to post all week new pictures of the house and all the updates I've made to it. Tomorrow look for the master bedroom redo!

Happy Sunday 😊


Linking up with Rosie!

2 comments:

  1. I'm a little jealous of the possibility of a winter garden! I got some broccoli seedlings in and planted more lettuce and kale for the fall, but we'll see if they take...

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    1. Winter gardening is the best time to garden in Texas...no bugs and no heat! The bummer is that last year it didn't even get cool enough for my broccoli. I'm hoping this year I have better luck.

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