This weekend appears to be a quiet one. Steve and Rhett are planning on some archery hunting, so the girls and I plan on movies and games at home. : ) Saturday will be another quiet day until Mass in the late afternoon followed by dinner out. My mother is home from visiting my sister and her family, so we are looking forward to spending time with her. Sunday looks to be chilly but sunny, so we plan on putting summer away outside. This entails putting the porch furniture away, storing all the fun toys and sprinklers away, disconnecting and wrapping hoses, sweeping out the garages, and putting away mowers and such. Then we will watch our Steelers and have an easy dinner of Sloppy Joes and French Fries for dinner. Peyton is planning on making a special Blondie recipe with chopped extra Halloween candy inside. : )
But before we hop into all of that, we take a look back at the past week here in our autumn home...
Precious pictures before Mass...
My best friend forever Marian spent Halloween weekend with us.
And we were soooo glad she did!
Because Aunt Marian can do anything.
We carved our pumpkins after Mass...
And they turned out super spooky!
Cerdit for carving Flynn's goes to Steve.
Scooping? That would be Marian.
Me? Organization and clean up.
Perfect. : )
This little lady wasn't impressed.
Afterwards, we enjoyed some delicious pudding desserts Peyton whipped up earlier in the day.
They were amazing!
Soon enough, Halloween was but a memory, and we began November with early Mass on All Saint's Day.
Flynn took some of her favorite saints with her to Mass : )
We learned about some very special saints in the schoolroom too.
And worked on some subtraction problems as well. : )
And that's a wrap on last week.
Have a wonderful, cozy, November weekend, my friends!
Thanks for visiting!
Oh. A couple reminders for you...
Don't forget to set your clocks back before bed Saturday night!
And those of you with little ones...
I feel your pain.
I remember worrying how that would affect the nap and bedtime schedule!
I would always ask Steve what time it "really" was!!!
The Holiday Baking Championship begins this Sunday!
It is always so fun and festive!
Don't forget...Sunday night at 9:00 on Food Network.
(Pinterest for the last two!)