Memories of the Month {9.2014}

By | September 30, 2014

Memories of the Month - Here's a great idea for wrapping up the month with a set of questions to remember how your last month with.  I love going back and reading through what happened throughout the years.

This month I was happy about: Drew having a date for homecoming.

This month I was sad because of: my Granny is really sick.

Something I accomplished this month was: almost done with Soccer League pictures. Just got to get them packaged up and delivered.

Status on being “healthy”: not doing much of anything. Holding steady.

Something new I did was: learn more about blogging and trying to grow my blog.

This year I’m going to rate the books & movies. Here’s my rating system:
♥ ♥ = Love it! A must read/see!
♥ = Really good! Highly recommend.
✓ ✓ = Good, not great
✓ = Not much to talk about
X = Awful. Total waste of time

Books I read were:

Movies I watched were:
The Giver (in the theater for our anniversary) ♥

TV Shows I watched were:
America’s Got Talent

My favorite song this month was: A Sky Full Of Stars by Coldplay. Yes, I’m still loving it! I even bought it off iTunes.

What I remember about work was: continuing to get my office area organized. Nothing like dealing with how others have their files organized.

A lesson I learned this month was: keep your eyes on God.

A friend and I: had lunch at our little hole in the wall Mexican place with our hubbies.

My favorite pic (not previously posted) that I took was:

TripforTwoAtlanta2014-Day2 - 185

I cooked: lots of stuff. Check out my Weekly Menu.

The boys were: really busy. Drew working, girlfriend, studying, homework, etc. Alex busy with soccer, trying to keep his room clean, etc.

My husband was: good at dragging me to meetings. No really, I’m happy to be there and be a part of such a good cause.

The thing I’ll remember most from this month was: homecoming and Rob and my little getaway

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