Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Keep Calm and Keep Busy


“Go on with your work as usual,

for work is a blessed solace.” 


~ Louisa May Alcott ~
Little Women


I've had the privilege of being home from the restaurant today.  I've been very busy since about 5:30 a.m.  Laundry has been my biggest task.  I told my daughter that I've been climbing Mount Neverest in the dungeon!  I've also washed dishes, prepared lunch with help from my daughter, run errands for my husband, checked a grammar test, and tried to do all that my family needs me to do.  I've had to neglect so many of my homemaking tasks to help my husband with his business.  I really appreciate the days when I can make home and family my focus.  Thank you God!



Autumn blessings,
Laura 

Happy at Home


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14 comments:

  1. i send the family off to the washing yurt when theyre whinging they cant find stuff they need by Thursday ..the huge pile of washed not ironed and not put away that amasses before day off and normal service being resumed

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  2. Hmmm... Not sure how to answer that Kate.
    Blessings,
    Laura

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  3. Praying you find the top of Mt Neverest and get out of the dungeon, Laura. :) Being a homeschooling momma, I totally empathize. I love the idea of "I am calling a 100." We try to do a 15 min. clean up when it gets so crowded that I can't take it. Somehow that gets everyone moving fast and we can get on with the rest of the day.
    Blessings,
    Dawn

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  4. Up at 5:30am?!?! How are you still walking? I am NOT a morning person, so I applaud your hard work so early in the morning!

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  5. Fast! That's exactly what I'm looking for when I call a hundred Dawn!
    Blessings,
    Laura

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  6. Oh Karissa, that was a fluke! I truly wish I were a morning person.

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  7. Good for you. Mothers do what they have to do. God is good.

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  8. Home is a haven! After a day in town I am exhausted and can't wait for home sweet home! Try and rest up dearie for at least 20 minutes (with your feet up) to keep up your health and spirits. And thank you for squeezing in some time to link to the Art of Home-Making Mondays among it all :)

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  9. Hi Jes,
    My kids have been gone since Tuesday. I thought I'd get so much done, but I had to work extra hours. Oh well, they come back tomorrow. I may nix the to do list and relax tonight!

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  10. No matter the chores, it's just nice to be home--I get it! Thanks for sharing with What You Wish Wednesday.

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  11. I had to work at the restaurant today Leslie. Now taking a quick break after doing spelling with the kids and starting laundry. Up next is tidying the house then supper.
    Have a great evening,
    Laura

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  12. Congratulations! This post was the #3 Most Read on last week's link up at somuchathome.blogspot.com! Come link up this week.
    God bless.

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  13. Oh wow! That's terrific Chris.
    Thanks for letting me know.

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  14. We sure do, Betty. Ultimately, the pay off is great.
    Blessings,
    Laura of Harvest Lane Cottage

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