Books I read:
Cry Mercy -- Mariah Stewart
Coming Home -- Mariah Stewart
Forgiven -- Karen Kingsbury
Found -- Karen Kingsbury
Family -- Karen Kingsbury
Rejoice -- Karen Kingsbury
The Program -- Suzanne Young
Bridge To Haven -- Francine Rivers
Me Before You -- Jojo Moyes
(I read this entire book last night. I started it as I was waiting for Sam to fall asleep and just kept going. I need some time to process it, but there will be a book review coming on this one.)
Um, I might have read Erika's blog post about her book club and taken some reading suggestions from there. Sadly, I didn't get as much reading done on our Southern Road Trip as I did in Mexico.
And I wrote a review of A Discovery Of Witches by Deborah Harkness, even though I finished that book in February.
New recipes I cooked:
New recipes I cooked:
Cheesy Potato and Broccoli Soup -- When my blog friend, Amanda, wrote about this soup, I knew I wanted to try it out. It was really good and it is already on our meal plan for April. Yum!
What day am I at with Bible reading?
I didn't open my Bible at all in March. I am embarrassed to admit that and I really hope that, with some stability in April, I will be able to catch up a little bit on Bible reading. I am still sitting at February 4 so I have a lot of reading to do.
How many days did I drink enough water?
I don't even know. I do know that with being on vacation I was all about the treat drinks (Sonic Cream Slushes! Sweet Tea! Cafe Mochas!) and not so much about the water. Again, I am hoping that with some stability in April, I will be able to be more consistent with this goal.
What percentage of Sam's lunches were made at night?
I'm happy to report that 100% of Sam's lunches were made at night. And thanks to our Southern Road Trip we only had to make lunches nine days this month! April, with a full month of making lunches, is going to be a shock to us!
Where are we at in Canada?
We didn't learn about any new provinces this month. However, in a special edition of "Traversing Canada
I ran on the beach beside the ocean at sunrise on Hilton Head and through downtown Greenville, SC. Running at the track this month will be so boring. But hopefully, now that it's warming up a little and the snow is melting, I'll be able to do some running through our neighbourhood.
I completely failed at cleaning anything the eleven days I was home between travels. However, yesterday I got four rooms cleaned and tomorrow I'm hoping to knock off a few more.
I baked buns yesterday. Sam wanted me to bake them for his birthday, but I wasn't quite that organized. I also received my first bun baking injury as I managed to touch the side of the last pan as I was pulling it out of the oven. So now I have the blister to prove I baked yesterday. Ow :(
So one thing I've discovered these past couple of months is that being out of my routine really puts a dent in my resolutions. I am looking forward to using April, WHERE I AM NOT GOING ANYWHERE, to get back on track. So I'll check in again at the beginning of May and see how it's going. And if you want to send me an e-mail once in awhile asking where I'm at with Bible reading, or how much water I've had to drink, I could probably use it :)