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Weekend Planning 4.30.10

Friday is FINALLY HERE!! I love all the new friends I get to meet on friday :) wahoooo!

Alright, here is my weekend planning

-go over budget
-daily cleaning
-declutter LR for 15 minutes
-tin foil dinners for err... dinner lol

-daily cleaning
-Harbor Freight opens today!!
-monthly round up
-finish bath pouf thingys

-re-list craigslist ads
-menu plan
-freeze flour

ya, I think thats plenty!

Come on by on Monday, my homemade spices series starts back up :)

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  1. Hi thanks for stopping by, following you back!

  2. Hi! I'm your newest follower from Follow Me Friday. Hope you get a chance to stop by soon! I'm not a great cook, but I enjoy reading recipes. I craft, paint, & love all things decorating.

    Have a great weekend!

  3. I'm stopping in from Trendy Treehouse and have become a follower. I would be honored if you choose to do the same!

  4. Repaying the favour...
    You look like you have a pretty packed weekend, I wish I had that ambition. ;)
    Amanda @

  5. Stopping by from New Friend Friday and I'll be back on Monday for your Spice Series. Happy Blogging!


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