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Weekend Planning 5.14.10

Welcome new and old friends :)

Friday
-1:30 apt
-ID. DOL-print off requirements
-get gas
-pay storage bill
-get insurance money and deposit
-daily chores
-15 of cleaning in 3 rooms

Saturday
-daily chores
-15 of cleaning in 3 rooms
-clean of fridge
-clean out freezer

Sunday
-daily chores
-go over budget
-research new series
- gather dirty clothes for monday

I am running out the door right now. Instead of getting all this stuff done yesterday.. it all got shoved to today. So I'm pretty sure today will just be an errand day. I hope everyone has a wonderful weekend!

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    Hope you have a wonderful weekend :)
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  6. Well, it's been a while since I stopped by ... I like your weekly plan overview...maybe if I tried this with my kiddos, they'd get their chores done in a more efficient manner ... hmmm...
    Great Idea,
    Mrs.B

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