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Sunday, January 31, 2010

Project 365


 
Day 30 - Enjoying the rare sunshine. 


Day 29 - Coffee with a friend . . . what a great time to catch up for us and the boys!  These two come across as the shy, quiet ones, but when they get together you better watch out!


Day 28 -Not much of a day, this was my view from about 12 - 5 - Aaahhh!  And it was cold and snowy again.  I am working on some schedule changes so that doesn't happen again!  If only I could change the weather  . . .


Day 27 - This is what I do once a week - make the best pizza in (Jim)town! 


Day 26 - The older boys started a "reading buddy" progr
am with the preschool at our church today.  They all seemed to enjoy it.  They read and played games with their "buddy". 


Day 25 - I found this recipe for baked oatmeal - Yummy!  I love that you can make it the night before and then just put it in the oven in the morning.  I did substitute applesauce for veg. oil and am working on a sugar substitute for it.


Day 24  -Are you ready for some football?!

They all had to go put on a football jersey for the big game!

17 comments:

Kim said...

Okay, your food photos are making me hungry :-)

Love the first photo "in the sunshine".

Would gladly swap a little hot for some of your cold :-)

Baked oatmeal is one of our favorite cold morning breakfasts! (Ever tried it with chocolate chips? Like a giant oatmeal chocolate chip cookie. lol)

Have a great week!

Hi, I'm Angie! said...

Loved the first photo in the sunshine. My dad would take Sunday afternoon naps in the sunshine of our sliding doors during the winter...brought back memories.

McD saves the day! My mom takes my girls to the fast food playgrounds when they need to get some energy out too!

Pizza looks delicious, the table or counter - very cool.

The cheerleading outfit (& baby) - adorable!

Thanks for sharing!

skoots1mom said...

i've never heard of baked oatmeal...eager to try this!
love the cheerleader pic :)

sara said...

your first picture brought back a memory from my childhood....I remember I used to love sitting on our living room floor where the sun streamed in!

that pizza looks wonderful!!!

recipe?

Rita said...

Sorry, no recipe for the pizza! I make it at the local Jimtown Pizza and I might get fired if I gave it away LOL! (My uncle runs it and I have never known him to fire anyone!)

Elizabeth said...

that pizza looks totally amazing!

Lisa said...

Great pictures! How old is your baby girl?

The garden in your header is amazing!!

Rita said...

Baby girl will be 7 months old on Feb. 12! How fast it goes!

Tori said...

Great pictures Rita! I make baked oatmeal too, but in a 9x13. What did you make yours on/in?

The Bug said...

Great pictures! You're right - that pizza looks heavenly. And that is the cutest Colts fan I've ever seen - seriously! Those cheeks!

Lori at The Davidson Den said...

Cute cheerleader.
Also, I have a similar recipe for baked oatmeal, only it's much healthier. I was thinking of posting it soon. I'll let you know if I do...

Cecilia said...

Nora is getting so big and cute! Tell Stan the picture would look better if he would splurge on a new counter top (what's it been 20 years?) Cool reading buddy program, is that with your hs group? Miss you guys, want to come over for the super bowl?

Cathy said...

Never heard of baked oatmeal, but it looks good. Your kids are so cute. I especially like that last picture of them playing football.

Marice said...

great photos! that baked oatmeal looks interestingly yummy :) kids are so cute!

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rita said...

Learned about baked oatmeal from SIL Kim (first commenter) and we love it, have it every Christmas brunch with chocolate chips.
Go Colts!

~*~KIMBERLY~*~ said...

Very nice shots. Mine can be found here.

Shannon said...

Rita--- Nora is so cute! And I was thinking today that she and Gigi may be in the same grade! Yay!!!! for another homeschool friend from the Gorbics family!

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