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To Do: Weekend 7.22.11

Friday once again! This has been a long hard week here in our house. I am very glad it is over.

Friday:
Unsubscribe to VA
update Excel sheet- earnings
Call Grandma
Laundry
Training for 2 new jobs, woot woot!

Saturday:
Make Noodle shapes!
Sun Bonnet Sue Pillow
Clean out cars.


Sunday:
This weeks goals-
Yummy Dinner!
Update Learning From Duramax



What do you have planned this weekend?


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  1. Hello there.. Officially following you from Boost My Blog Friday today.. Lovely blog.. Awesome posts.. Settling in to read some more.. ;)) Hope you can stop by my blog sometime.. I'm Marilyn from http://theartsygirlconnection.blogspot.com .. Ciao :))

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  2. My weekend plans: nothing. Simply enjoy my family without "planned" activities.

    Thanks so much for linking up with our Feed Me Friday hop again. There are several wonderful blogs participating again this week, you're certain to find a few new favorites!

    I look forward to reading more from you!

    Your Co-Host,
    Emily from Nap Time Is My Time

    P.S. - I've recently switched from blogger to WordPress and had some issues when transferring the GFC widget. I'd really appreciate if you could double check to ensure you're following me and are subscribed to the correct newsletter subscription!

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  3. Sounds like a busy weekend! We have no set plans - Mother Nature has thwarted all our original plans with the excessive heat we've got going on...so we'll be attempting to stay cool! ;)

    Congrats on being featured on Friendly Friday - nice to 'meet' you! I'm your newest follower. :)

    Aloha: Facebook Schmacebook

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  4. I was already a friend but wanted to say hi, since i have not commented in a while

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  5. Found your blog from Friendly Fridays. Love it! You have some awesome tips on here. I can't wait to explore more of your site! Happy Friday!

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  6. I always have a list of things to do on the weekend and then find it is suddenly Sunday night and nothing has been accomplished. How is that possible?

    So glad that we could feature your awesome blog on Friendly Friday this week, thanks for joining us! :)

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  7. Great list. I need one.
    Stopping by from the hops to say hello.
    Come by and visit if you can.
    POSH
    http://poshonabudget.com/2011/07/happy-friday-6.html

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  8. New GFC Follower & from Friendly Friday!

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  9. Going to the farmers market tomorrow and having dinner with friends! And relaxing and trying to sleep while my daughter naps....this is a long shot but i am hoping! have a great week-end!

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  10. So glad we could feature you on Friendly Friday this week! Your farmhouse blog is so peaceful to visit! :)

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  11. Stopping by from boost my blog Friday. I am a new follower. Hope you follow back.

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