So many projects, so little time…

A sample of my to-do list

*paint flowers in girls’ new room before carpet is installed Thursday

*finish tree in girls’ new room before carpet is installed Thursday
*make baby shower gifts before Saturday
*look up million item list of products I may want from Rainbow Resource
*narrow down list to a manageable number
*finish duvet cover
*make other one
*make curtain tie back
*make other curtain
*make butter
*make mozzarella cheese
*play with kids*discipline kids*laugh with kids*read to kids*make food for kids*clean up after kids*make them clean up after themselves*fit in the gym somewhere and

2 thoughts on “So many projects, so little time…

  1. Jessica~
    I loved your article on radical homemaking. I have been given grief over the years for my decision (and my husband's) to be a homemaker. People (including working moms) don't understand how I don't get "bored" by being at home. Umm, because I have 3 kids to take care of, laundry to do, food to make, house to clean. It breaks my heart to think what or how my kids would be if I wasn't there to make them breakfast and lunch, put them down for naps, see them get off the bus. For us, money is not everything. I don't need a big house, fancy car, all that stuff. I could go on and on about this subject. It's very nice to know that there is someone out there who actually ENJOYS being a homemaker! I just love reading your blog. I feel like I've known you my whole life…
    P.S. I am from Indiana with 3 kids…7, 5 & 20 months. My hubby is a farm hand on a dairy farm. I grew up on a hog & grain farm. We have a few Hereford cattle we raise. I have read your blog since I read about you in "Country"!

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