Okay – it’s not Wednesday, but this week has been quite busy and I couldn’t get the post ready on time. My highly anticipated and waited for Crab Cake Recipe. Trawling season opened here in Southern Louisiana a couple of weeks ago and fresh shrimp have been abundant at our home – the same with fresh crab. I’ve made this recipe with fresh crabmeat and with fresh chopped boiled shrimp. Both are scrumptous. I hope…"Wednesdays in a Southern Kitchen – Crab Cakes"
This was too touching a story not to share. I hope you enjoy. March 26, 2014 TRIBUTE TO MY MOTHER’S STRENGTH Written by Coming of Faith Posted in #RedefineFaith, Family Comments 8 When she took my dying son from my arms, I let her. I held my breath until I felt myself leave my body, only coming back because my baby needed me. I ignored the chemical smell of the hospital and instead focused on how much my son’s hair curled…"Tribute to my Mother's Strength – repost from Coming of Faith"
I want. I want you to want me. I want you to think I am the smartest, the thinnest, the most beautiful. I want you to want to be me. I want to be enviable. I want to be impervious. I want to need nothing. I want you to know that I am strong. I want to think I am better than everyone else. I want. I’m willing to give up everything. I will give…"The Predator Lies of Anorexia: A Survivor’s Story by Abby Kelly (Media Blitz)"
WHAT!? You say? No. I didn’t get flowers. I didn’t get candy. Those are all items easily picked up at the market while frantically trying to get home in time for a romantic dinner before Valentine’s Day goes to hell in a hand basket. What I did get for Valentine’s Day is love. And why is that enough? I’ve had the fake flowers and the fake candy – the items grabbed in a rush because…"Why I didn't get flowers for Valentine's Day"
On Monday I instituted a brand new time management schedule and then life outside came to a standstill. Southern Louisiana saw snow and sleet! Hubby was even forced to sit this one out at home. And, when that happens, any schedule I have seems to fly out the window. After a short recess, I got back on schedule and I have to say, my week was a lot less stressful when I followed my schedule.…"It's been a busy week afterall!"
The last few posts I’ve written have had to do with setting up a paper planner that works with your brain and organizational style rather than against it. As you set up your planner, you will want to eventually decide on the different categories you want in your planner – calendar, financial, todo lists, grocery lists, etc. Unless you happen to find one of the many sites that sell homemade dividers, the market doesn’t offer…"Planner Organization – Making dividers"