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To Do: Weekend

This is a weekly series. It is to inspire and
motivate us to get our weekend plans done!
Join me in completing our checklists.

Clean out Car 1 and Car 2
Water lawn
Work 4 hours
Work on photoshop
Roast for dinner
change sheets
Go over finances
Nothing too exciting for this weekend. We have had a lot of company this week, so the house is spic and span! Which is nice.
What are you weekend plans?


  1. My weekend sounds a bit like yours! I try to get all my cleaning done on Friday, but it didn't happen this week! Getting ALL the laundry done, FOLDING all the laundry, PUTTING all the laundry away, is my number one task. I hate laundry!

    Hope you have a great weekend!

  2. Its a weekend with all 7 children yesterday involved a play at the park and a picnic, then a play at the game centre,, followed by ice cream....and the normal house work ( just a scaled down version!)

    Today is a trip to the circus ( we are on the last few days of school holidays here)

  3. You are busy! I am just hoping to get some sewing done and working on the forum. Did you ever get my email?

    Hope you get some fun time in too!

    Debbie K


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