I love to read about what other people are up to, so I thought I would share a little of what I am doing.
I am actually sewing! I get very frustrated because I cannot just sit down and do a project start to finish. But reading and seeing all about Kids Clothes Sewing Week last week really inspired me. Only an hour a day. Right now I am working on some Oliver & S Class Picnic shorts that I cut out about oh, maybe 9 months ago or more. I got this fabric when we lived in Massachusetts. A loooong time ago. I also want to do a super easy fabric related project...my son wants a George and Martha tshirt, so I bought a iron on transfer paper, I just have to find the tshirt we bought to experiment on.
Yesterday I tried to make some yummy looking Key Lime Pie Popsicles (Smitten Kitchen) but I left out an important ingredient...the condensed milk. So basically they turned out super sour and no one can eat them. SAD!
I also made SK's Fudge Pops (have not yet tasted) and some Root Beer Float Pops...one cherry, some root beer and a scoop of ice cream. Hoping these turned out well. Crossing my fingers. I am going to redeem myself from the failed Key Lime pops by making Raspberry Lemonade Pops today.
I just realized that I can use my new Erin Condren planner! EEEEEEK! I love this planner. I thought it started in August but it started in July. It is so handy, I love the monthly/weekly view and all the room to take notes in the back. Its like having a calendar and notebook all in one. Plus who doesn't love stickers? (If you use the link to order one, I can earn credit, you can get a $10 coupon, and that would be awesome! Thank you)
Contemplating having a uniform of some sort. I will seriously wear the same outfit every Monday if is fabulous enough. Tired of the scrambling and being confused about what to wear. Do you have a "uniform" of sorts?
Our new shipment of Sparkbox Toys. (That is my referral link, thank you..sign up, share your link with your friends and earn a free month). The kids really enjoyed the toys from the last shipment, and it helped me purge some pretty useless toys we owned. I would rather the kids own less toys and be able to borrow some really awesome toys that I would not otherwise spend the $$ on. Note: Last time I chose toys with lots of little pieces and finding them all was a challenge when it was time to send the box back. This time I chose bigger toys with less small pieces, so I am looking forward to that aspect of the box too.
What is on your radar this week?