Jamie has 8 Practical Ways to Simplify Life.
If you ever find yourself in the position of caregiver for someone who’s ill and/or elderly, you’ll want to read the uplifting posts at Walking with Mom.
Melissa shares 5 Little Ways to Fall in Love with Your Home.
I’m enjoying following along with Hayley’s series on creating a No-Brainer Wardrobe.
Can you identify with this???
Hope you have a wonderful weekend!
Mama S says
yes can relate to that!!!! and the no brainer wardrobe post, is great!
I am 100% the one-trip grocery bag carrier!!!! 😀
"Walking with Mom" got me – this is not my big point of grace. I don't deal well with the reality of my mom aging. It doesn't make me sad – it makes me irritated & huffy when she can't do everything we want to do. Which is AWFUL of me!!!!!! I need to work on "Walking with *my* Mom" with more grace as she begins to age. (She's only 63 now, but has rheumatoid arthritis & some issues that slow her down now, when she has always been a very go-go-go lady.)
Great links as usual. I do try to carry as many grocery bags as I can, but certainly I can't carry them all in one trip since I do all of my weekly shopping in one day. Also, I tend to go on Saturday when John is home…so he brings in most of the groceries while I put them away.