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Weekend Planning 4.23.10

**I haven't posted a pic of Duramax in a while, thought he might bring a smile to someone other than me, isn't he adorable? :)**

This weekend will be a little busier than usual. I am seriously welcoming this change :) I haven't been home much this week. Chevy Man has had an outburst of gout in his foot, so normal activities have taken about 10 times longer.. So I've had to cut almost all housework out of our schedule. Thankfully, he is feeling much better, so back to our regularly scheduled programing :D.. So now you understand why there are chores on days that they don't belong :)

Friday-
-Daily Chores
-swiffer kitchen and bathroom
-clean entire bathroom
-clean up bedroom and vacuum
-Journalism Benefit @ 7

Saturday-
-Daily Chores
-clean out deep freeze
-storage run-bring a/c home :)!!
-Clean out garbage cans
-Spaghetti for dinner

Sunday-
-Play cards with Family
-Chili's on the menu.. but that just doesn't sound good.. who knows it might in 2 days lol
-clean out car




Weekend Planning was started by Molly @ My Happy House. Check her blog out. She's awesome! I'm also linking up to:




The Girl Creative

Comments

  1. I love the fact that his name is Duramax. We are Diesel enthusiasts in my family. Though my Hubby is a Cummins man and I'm a Powerstoke girl. But regaurdless, thats awesome! :)

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  2. Hi Brandi, Sorry to hear that your Chevy Man has gout. My younger brother suffers with it too, and it's just awful. He is able to help his some with a modified diet during attacks. Has your man ever tried that? I know my brother drinks lots of cherry juice - and avoids several acidic or vinegary foods. I know it sounds weird, but it works for him.

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  3. Following from The Creative Girl's New Friend Friday.

    Stop by and enter a giveaway for a Rachael Ray Bakeware set:
    http://extremepersonalmeasures.blogspot.com/2010/04/do-you-know-about-family-of-csn-stores.html

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  4. Hey! I'm your newest followerer! Happy Friday!

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  5. Stopping by from FF, I am already a follower but wanted to thank you for stopping by to follow and comment @ A Penny Saved earlier today. I too, look forward to getting to know you ... always nice to make new bloggy friends! Have a great weekend!!

    Jen @ A Penny Saved

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  6. Hi! Happy Friday Follow and I'm following you now! Well at least you have a schedule for your chores - and that puts you way ahead of the cleaning game. Anyway I hope you can come visit my blog and follow me too?

    http://hauplight.blogspot.com/ Thanks!

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  7. So many things to do, right?

    I love your header and can't wait to spend more time here...I found you on FF and am so glad I did.

    I look forward to your follow at

    http://www.paringdown.com

    Good luck on your list this weekend,
    Laura

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  8. Hi Brandi,
    That picture DID bring a smile to my face! I saw your comment on my post about a carbon neutral blog. I'd like to send you a pattern through e-mail but your address isn't attached to your blog anywhere. Please e-mail me and let me know if you'd like a pattern and if you prefer sewing or quilting, or something else. Thanks so much!

    Anna

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