Tapped out

It's now nearly noon and I'm not quite sure what I have to show for it, seeing as how I'm still not dressed.  In my defense, I have finished an article that was due and sent that in; tried making coffee in two different coffee makers only to discover that they are both broken (finally gave-up and sent B. to the local coffee shop to get ma a large cup); made apple cider donuts; and have done all this with interrupted sleep.

L. was up a lot last night, having difficulty breathing.  I think it was just a cold that we have all been passing around, but it sounded weird.  Not really like anything I've heard before and it crossed my mind to wonder if she was having an asthma attack.  We've never had to deal with that, so I don't know what it sounds like.  I do know, if she hadn't started breathing better, I was planning on heading to the ER with her.  She seems fine this morning, but I will be definitely mentioning it to her doctor at her physical later this month.  I don't think I slept very deeply when I was asleep, because I think I was keeping an ear out for what sounds she was making.

My plan for the day includes getting dressed, cleaning up the kitchen, laundry, and finally shifting around everyone's household jobs.  This means I need to plan out what really needs to be done and figure out who to assign each job to.  I'm also going to make lists this year of exactly how to do each job (there always seems to be some discussion as to what I actually told them to do) and LAMINATE them.  Because I can.

But, I'm a little tapped out blog-wise.  What do you want me to write about.  Since someone asked, I think I'll put together a little pie crust tutorial with recipe and pictures, but other than that and the regular pictures of the little girls, I don't seem capable of any more ideas at the moment.  Help me out and throw some suggestions my way!  Please?

In the meantime, you can go read another article I wrote and is up at another website.  It's about saving money on your meat budget.


Rusulica said…
i read you on regular basis and relly enjoy your blog.
i would love to hear more about your cleaning assignments (after you plan them)! i also love stories about m's experience on university. i always love to see pictures of different corners of your home.
all the best,
Molly Crane said…
Mrs. Curry,
Here are a few ideas:
-Your testimony (whatever you feel comfortable sharing in cyberspace)
-Days when your children were born; reflections on where they are now
-Music (what you like to listen to, what your thoughts are about praise and kids)
Commonly misinterpreted/tricky passages of the Bible
-Bible histroy
Missions/international travel.
Hope this helps!
Love ya,

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