Life: Today in Pictures

1.08.2012

WHAT I ATE... 
...Fried polenta and crimini mushroom reduction sauce.
  WHAT I READ...                                  WHO I NAPPED WITH...
TODAY'S INDULGENCE...

WHAT WE RESOLVED...
I LOVE Sunday afternoons.

15 comments:

  1. Yum, I would love the have the recipe...will you post?

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  2. Very lovely little post! thanks for the comment back at Summit St. happy sunday to you :)

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  3. That sounds like the perfect Sunday afternoon. Do you have a recipe to share for the polenta dish? That looks divine.

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  4. I love Sunday afternoons! It's the perfect time to just "be you"

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  5. Mmmm! The polenta looks wonderful and your doggies are adorable! Great day!

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  6. Your dogs are adorable looking Heather! What sweethearts.

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  7. i really like the resolution part! that is cool with the circles...what an easy task to do...I am gonna do that today because my husbando has off...thanks!

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  8. Amber & Anna, I will work on prepping a post for the polenta. Check back next Monday:)

    Kelly-that's actually a graphic organizer we use to tech kids reading, but I stole it for personal reasons!

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  9. I love this post (and every single other one too) but this post is wonderful. Most of it seems like our Sundays when the kids are off to the grandparents, but I am now inspired to create a similar file with my hubby. Keep the inspiration coming! We love it...

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  10. Aren't sunday afternoons the best??? :) I love the polenta and mushrooms you made. is there a recipe!? I want to make it!....after my juice fast that is. :'P Check out my blog if you get a chance!!
    http://munchtalk.blogspot.com

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  11. Sounds like the perfect day! :)
    How is that book??

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  12. Love your 2011 Resolve diagram - so cute, fun and practical - would love to hear more about it.

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  13. Cailan- this is called a "venn diagram" that is used to teach students how to show similarities and differences. I've found a lot of uses for it in my personal life too.

    The outside circles show what we want to do as individuals, and the center (overlapping portion) shows what we're going to focus on as a couple. Is that what you were wanting to hear more about? Thanks for stopping by today.

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