Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Catch Up

Let's Catch Up!

This week seems to have been very busy.
Now that I'm thinking about it; it really hasn't been any crazier than usual.
Here's some of our week...


We started off last weekend with the Wildcat Walk-a-thon
and Homecoming Parade.

The best part of the night was seeing a Full Double Rainbow on the way home.
We literally parked on the side of the road and starred at it!


Maddie and I caught a sinus bug and were home sick all weekend.
But while having nothing else to do I was searching the internet for ways to feel better
and came across a remedy.

2 teaspoons Apple Cider Vinegar mixed with 8 ounces water

Apparently it is an extremely old, everyone knows about it, tried and true solution.
(Please tell me that you didn't know about the "Apple Cider Vinegar" remedy....Please...
I would hate to be the only one that has never heard of it before.)

Anyway, it's working and I am back to fairly normal!


We picked a ridiculous amount of stubborn green tomatoes and attempted to make Ketchup with them.


I'll let you know if anyone will actually eat green ketchup or not...Doesn't seem likely!


I've also become addicted inspired by the show
Extreme Couponing

Have you seen how much those crazy women save! You need to watch it
and then you can become addicted like me...umm, I mean inspired  :) 

Here is a sample pile of my coupons (It's taking over my dining room)


I've started decorating for fall.
I love fall.
OH, and I found a way to use my Chalk Herb Pots for Halloween

This is Brett and Maddie's contribution to the decorations. Made out of a garbage bag and pipe insulators!

So that has been our week so far...
Can't wait to hear what you have been up to!


  1. Got my door from the restore today to make my message board. Drove 30 minutes one way to find out(after I made my purchase) that there is one less than two miles away from me! Excited to get started on that project.

  2. Still have the girls old one under my bed...


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