Friday, January 20, 2017

Five on Friday



Monday:
Monday was holiday. I didn't want to do anything. I was in a total resting mood. None of us went outside home that day. In fact I didn't even go in our backyard. Only Mr. Man went to backyard to clean our pool. Most of the I spend reading "The Nightingale" by Kristin Hannah. Though I read halfway, but I must say that the book worth reading. The book is about situation of France under Nazi rules. How the people suffered at that time really gives goosebumps.




Tuesday:
Holiday was over. Again we got to our normal routine. Tuesday was a little bit busy. Apart from household chores I had volunteer duty in my son's school. I spend there more than three hours. We are making some mathematical tools for the students, for we need to cut out some thousands strips, and truly speaking it's a tedious job.


Wednesday:
This time I thought of putting some Valentine's day card on my Amazon Handmade store. For that I'm continuously making cards.



Thursday: Today was not so busy day. I volunteered in school. Rest of the day just went by doing housework.
Fido Dido!!! 25 years back my friend gave it to me from her stash.. still I've kept it. It is a treasure to me.


Friday:

Today was real busy day. I always cook 4-5 dishes on Friday. So that, I can rest through out the weekend. Cooking always comes with loads of utensils to wash. I don't want to take the pain of huge washing on weekend. On there top of that I had jobs to do in my son's school. Luckily Mr. Man dropped kidie to school. I finished almost all household chores, and went to school. After finished works there I came back around 1 in thew afternoon.After coming back I finished rest of the chores, including laundry.The I knead dough for bread, and went back to school to pick him up. The day didm;t end there. After coming back I sat with the unwilling child with his homework. After that I made pizza for dinner. At last I could end there.


The pizza. Although it doesn't look good, the taste was not bad.. :)



These are the five things on Friday..




23 comments:

Coastal Ripples said...

What a busy week. I bet all the teachers appreciated your help cutting out. Sounds like a good plan cooking lots on Friday so you can relax at the weekend. Have a good one :) B

Rosie said...

Your week sounds very busy so it must have been good to have a day of just reading a good book. Your pizza looks very tasty:)

Mac n' Janet said...

What a busy week you had. That's so good that you volunteer at your son's school, when I was a teacher I always appreciated all my parent volunteers.

At Rivercrest Cottage said...

I love your Fido Dido patch. One of my three teenage daughters had a Fido Dido T-shirt back in the late 80's that she didn't want so frugal 39 year old me ended up with it. They laughed when I claimed it and thought I'd never wear it, but it is still my favorite Tee and about once in a while I still sport Fido Dido on my chest. Few people I know even remember Fido! I'm going to do a Five on Friday next week about that T-shirt. Thanks for the inspiration.

mamasmercantile said...

Such a beautiful card, you obviously have an amazing talent for making cards. Enjoy your weekend.

Carola Bartz said...

Wow, you're volunteering a lot at your son's school! Great commitment. I volunteered in my daughter's school as well, at least when she was still in elementary school, less so in middle and high school. Now I have a real job in her old high school.
The pizza looks actually quite yummy and I can imaging that it was tasty.

Beauty Unearthly said...

Lovely post dear! Have a great weekend! xx

Jean @sonotorganized.com said...

I remember the days of being at the elementary school as much as my boys. I know those teachers appreciate your efforts. That cutting work does look tedious. Cooking a bunch of meals in advance for the weekend seems like a great idea! I despise having to figure out meals during the course of the weekend, it would be smart to have things besides leftovers (which we seldom want) on hand. Hope you are enjoying your weekend!

Jo said...

I'm sure your son's teachers are really pleased that you're helping out with the more tedious jobs, it frees up their time for other things. It's a good idea to make a few meals at once, that way you get some time off over the weekend. Hope you're having fun.

NanaDiana said...

What a lot of work you do for the school and running for the kiddos. I know you don't mind doing it but it is a labor of love. That is smart to cook ahead like that. I cook on Saturday for Sunday when we have the kids over. I have a big pan of lasagna in the fridge ready to bake tomorrow. We will all be watching the Packer football game here tomorrow. This is a football crazy family.
God bless you- I hope you have a wonderful weekend and thank you for your sweet comment on my blog. xo Diana

white and vintage said...

You have been very busy this week. Your Valentine card is so nice.
Have a nice weekend,
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JoJo said...

Wow you're so busy! There never seem to be enough hours in the day.

krishna said...

oh Diana.. you are so sweet.. XOXO

The Joy of Home with Martha Ellen said...

What a busy week, Krishna! I've heard great reviews on The Nightingale. I must pick it up to read. I really like your Valentine's card--very pretty! Have a great weekend. ♥

Gracie Saylor said...

It's wonderful you are able to volunteer at your son's school and I am sure your efforts are appreciated. I worked as a teaching assistant in an elementary school for seven years and I can remember doing a lot of cutting out flashcards :)

Amy at love made my home said...

Five good things! You certainly had a busy week, hope you have enjoyed some relaxing after that this weekend, especially with all of the cooking that you had done in advance which was a great idea!

Devilish Angel said...

Whole week in a post. Lovely...

carolina g. ticala said...

Great post! Have a lovely Day! 💚💚💚

Margaret-whiteangel said...

You have been busy. Cooking for the weekend - I cook when the meal is needed. We are all different.
I like your Valentine's Day card..

collettakay said...

Monday was a wonderful day off with the girls home. Good for you to be volunteering at the school. That is a wonderful way to give back!

Thanks for stopping by Colletta's Kitchen Sink!

Colletta

Lee said...

I've been feeling like pizza lately...and now I just might have to satisfy that yearning1 :)

Jeanie said...

Sounds busy and fun! I loved the Nightingale. And the ending is so powerful!

Mónica Sors - Mes Voyages à Paris said...

wow amazing post!!

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