Hey there all, welcome back to another Monday and another link up.
As I sit here writing this I’m trying to remember what I did this past week but it’s all a bit of a blur. When you are home all day and there is nothing “exciting” happening time just seems to motor along.
This week we started Bible Study before breakfast. We have been struggling with this for a while and we are too tired at nights to focus properly so my husband made the decision to go for 6:30 am studies. This involves our no 1 son as well before he leaves for work, when he is shearing they start at 7:30 am.We are following a calendar that takes a Character Quality each month and this month’s is Sensitivity. We are having some great conversations about the scriptures and it’s good to see the younger children opening up.
I must admit I am struggling with the early mornings but we just need to go to bed earlier, but that’s a struggle too (haha).
I’ve been making cream cheese and it’s going really well. It’s delicious on crackers and I’ve also made a cheesecake. Suffice to say it was delicious with the added mixed berries.
The children have been busy practicing their piano and we have been doing school. We spent time weeding the veggie garden, I’m sure the weeds grow quicker than anything else, probably due to some lovely rain we had last weekend.
We’ve had some quite warm weather with one night not dropping down under 28 degrees. We don’t often run the air con all night but we did that night. Thankfully it cooled off a bit over the next couple of days and it is quite pleasant now.
Okay I haven’t much to report this week, so onto our link up…
Our top three posts were…All You have to Be Is Desperate by Living Our DaysDepression Era Chocolate CRAZY CAKE Recipe by Taylor Made HomesteadHomemade Yogurt the Easy Way by Oak Hill Homestead
Thank you everyone for stopping by and linking up. I’m looking forward to seeing what comes along this week.
I’ve got another quiet week, although we have two piano lessons because our music teacher had a wedding so we had to skip a lesson. So Monday morning is a town trip and then I’m home for the rest of the week.
It’s the usual school, gardening and house cleaning.
Also a reminder about our monthly link up…This months topic will be on…
WHEN YOU’VE BEEN LET DOWN.
I’m looking forward to getting back into these link ups and I hope to see you there on Wednesday.
I hope you are all going good and I’m looking forward to hearing from you this week.
Numbers 6:24-26 “The Lord bless you and keep you; The Lord make His face shine upon you, And be gracious to you; The Lord lift up His countenance upon you, And give you peace.”
Blessings my friends xxxx
You will find me linked up at some of these great blogs.
18 thoughts on “GOOD MORNING MONDAYS #111”
Such a privilege to have eyes on my blog because of this fellowship! Thank you, Terri, for all that you do to throw wide the doors each week!
Oh Michele, it is my pleasure, thank you so much for your commitment and encouragement to me and this blog. You are such a blessing and I appreciate you very much. Have a great weekend. Blessings
Thank you for hosting!
How exciting to see my Depression-Era Chocolate CRAZY CAKE is being featured on the party this week! It’s one of my favorite quick desserts to whip up, especially when unexpected company stops by. Love the hop, thanks for hosting!
Yes, Taylor-Made-Homestead, it looked a great recipe, definitely one worth trying. Thanks for sharing each week. Blessings
Wow–28 is pretty hot for overnights!! We don’t get that here til maybe late July or early August.
How do you make cream cheese??? OOOOhh my that looks so good!
You sure have been busy! Enjoy the warm weather and bountiful harvest 😀 Here, it’s supposed to be cold, but yesterday it was near 27C (80 F here in KS) which is record breaking in some areas.
Have a good week!
Hey there Mrs Abella, I’m trying to enjoy the warm days but when it is so cool around them it’s hard to handle them. But we need them for our vegetables to ripen so I’m not complaining. 27C sounds warm for you at the moment, do you still have snow on the ground? Thanks for stopping by. Blessings and have a great weekend.
Thanks most sincerely for hosting, darling friend, and thank you for your always so lovely posts, I enjoy them so so much !
Wishing you a wonderful week,
sending blessings of joy across the many miles
Thank you so much Dany, I hope you are well, have a great weekend. Blessings from Australia
Thank you for featuring my post on Making Yogurt the East Way! It really is super easy and I hope you’ll give it a try. Have a great week ahead!
Hey Kathi, thanks for linking up. The yoghurt recipe looked great, thanks for sharing. Blessings this weekend.
Thanks so much for hosting!!💜
Welcome Alethea, and blessings to you this weekend.
That cheesecake looks DIVINE! Your posts always make me dream of living the country life. xoxo
Thanks Nicki, the cheesecake was GOOD. Thanks for always being so encouraging, blessings to you this weekend.