Minutes – March 18


Praying for

  • Miss Dana  and Darryl – as they each approach these final weeks of prayer in preparation for coming into full communion with the Catholic Church at Easter!
  • Michelle – bravely battling the cancer.
Grateful for
  • a beautiful weekend
  • a son who is [finally] growing up
  • a wonderful, talented husband who fixed the fridge door!  and the chandelier! and as a bonus, cleaned the garage!!


I put the knobby tires back on Princess Grace this past week (actually, The Architect put them on for me) and the winter rains are fading, so it’s time to start riding on dirt again!  Pavement is fun because you can go fast, but I can’t wait to get out there and dodge a few trees!


I tried my hand at covering a clipboard with fancy paper and mod podge. LOL – it was a total, bubbled, sticky disaster.  I need to consult with Cherry Ames (The Self Proclaimed Queen of All Things Mod Podge) for instructions for my redo.

I finished the mitts and a baby blanket that were on the knitting needles, and have started a summer sweater for myself. I’ve set a goal of finishing it before summer is over. Spatterdash Mitts

Spatterdash Lace Detail


  • Pulled Pork Sandwiches
  • Spicy Grilled Chicken, Broccoli Slaw
  • Pulled Pork Sandwich Repeat (you know, because I cooked and shreaded a four pound roast!)
  • Pasta with Eggplant and Zucchini, Spinach Salad
  • Turkey Sandwiches, Carrot and Celery Sticks
  • Blackend Fish with Green Rice
  • Beef Stew, Fresh Bread


Spring Break – the kids enjoyed the rest, the girls were both home for a few days, Mr. Pea took some time off work and went biking with the boys.

::looking ahead

Passion Play practice for DirtBike this week, The Architect’s political campaign for a seat on the Student Council, another cold front, planning new landscaping for the front yard!

Linking up at Suscipio – come join us!

 Record the Minutes.  Keep the Faith.

EMail Anglea Pea

2 thoughts on “Minutes – March 18

  1. I haven’t got the guts to ride the mountain bike trails. I am afraid of falling off the edge. We don’t have mountains but we have high talling piles and would ruin me if I fell. I am getting more into bike riding and have decided as soon as the snow is off the roads I am taking my bike to work and leaving it there so that I can just leave my car between runs and ride my bike where ever I need to go in town. Bike riding isn’t my favorite but it’ll be a great way to get a bit more exercise in.
    Take care and thank you for stopping by. Your words made my evening.

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