Before we did the responsible errands, like shopping for actual food to put on our empty pantry shelves, Jacob and I detoured to the Thrift store. He picked out a firetruck book and I got the above. We literally have one pot, one skillet and two odd sized glassware casserole dishes; Not to mention we’ve broken at least three, maybe four, of our cups recently, which doesn’t bode well for the ones I just bought, but I couldn’t resist. I’m not big on cooking, I think if you’ve read the blog at all you probably know that already, but I figured we should start beefing up our pots, pans and casserole dishes just in case we host Thanksgiving this year (hint, hint family!)
I’m glad we stopped in and found some treasures. Since we always go right after we drop Judah off at school, the shop is empty save one or two other early risers and it’s nice to roam around for a little bit, and even nicer when the 20% off sign is in the door.
We are still recovering from the sickness, but things are starting to even out around here. Jacob’s fever broke the other night and he’s eating again – Hallelujah! I haven’t had a chance to reply to your comments, but I wanted to thank you all for your responses to the last post. This is why I love the blogging community so much – even though some of you I only know via the internet, I really love the relationships that have come out of blogging. It’s nice to link arms with you guys!
Lunch is ready and the boys are having a jolly little shouting match - one in which Judah thinks is the most hilarious game and Jacob is just plain annoyed. It’s pretty funny. Hope your week is starting off nicely. Any thrifted items you want to share? Projects maybe? Did you check outRachel’s table DIY? I’m so doing that!