Monthly Inspiration

Hello and welcome to October.

I have two inspirational messages for you this month so make sure you scroll down to see both.

From my 2022 wall calendar.

Recently added to my kitchen. πŸ™‚

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24 thoughts on “Monthly Inspiration

      1. Yes, I did Ruth. Right now the last post I read was from October 2nd. I can’t keep up and if someone posts twice a day, I’m sunk. Hard freeze for you guys tonight? We are at 36 and it snowed in Marquette and Gaylord around 8:00 a.m. today.

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      2. That’s good – you lost nothing then with this recent cool down. We got to 36 so no hard freeze, but it was pretty frosty yesterday morning when I left on my walk. I did the last pruning of the season, put the hose away and turned off the outside water – it will get ugly again despite these beautiful afternoons. I hated to come inside both days.


      3. It was so pretty the last few days. I took off Monday and walked a lot and took photos. I wanted to see the leaves at their finest as we are having some very gusty winds tomorrow which will likely take down a lot of the leaves. I think it will be cold on Friday again. Hope you got all your garlic planted.

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  1. A part of my brain still see them as they were at 2 years old. The other part sees them as they were at Janae’s wedding in April. What is it called when you hold two diametrically opposed ideas in your head at one time? Old age?

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  2. The verse from Micah is one that comforts me, so I love to see it.
    The second ‘poster’ is one that should speak to Julius, as dish washing is on his to do list since he has retired. I haven’t gotten him to cook, yet. πŸ˜‰

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    1. Dom will dry and put the dishes away which works well for me since I would rather wash than dry. πŸ™‚ I do most of the cooking but since I’m still not used to cooking for two, we usually have leftovers several times a week. When dinner is grilled he usually does that part. πŸ™‚


      1. I am with you on the cooking too much food for two people. Last nights ‘Stuffed cornbread’ could have fed a family of 8, or 3-4 hungry teenagers. I am trying to do better.
        At our house it is Julius who washes and I put away since he can sit on the kitchen stool to wash the dishes and I don’t mind flitting around. πŸ™‚

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      2. If I cook too much for two days I try to put it in the freezer for another time. Either that or the dogs or chickens get to enjoy it. It’s a tough transition to only cook for two after feeding a large family isn’t it?

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      3. It certainly is. You would think that we would get over it as our youngest are now 26, but it hasn’t happened for me yet. Of course, there are days that we have gone back to simply having something like pumpkin pie with a big glass of milk for dinner, like we sometimes did before we had kids, so maybe someday I will remember how to cook for two.

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