Homeschool Planet {Review}

A while back I talked about an online planner and homeschool helper that I was using through Homeschool Buyers Co-op called Homeschool Planet. I surprised myself back then with how much I loved using it, and I am still loving it now!

Homechool Planet

You do have to be a member of Homeschool Buyers Co-op in order to get Homeschool Planet but it isn’t a big deal to join. And you can get great deals on other things too! I definitely have some favorites that I keep my eye out for! 😉

So, to talk about Homeschool Planet… I know people will find all sorts of uses for this because there are so many uses for it! lol But I use it the most for keeping track of my homeschool stuff. With three kids it totally helps, especially with the math involved in coming up with grades for transcripts and such!

The way I have it set up is that when I log on, this is the screen that I see. It automatically logs me into planner mode, but you can choose calendar or something different if you use that more. You can change that with the button that says Planner on it, there is a drop down menu.

homeschool planet

It may look a little overwhelming to some of you, but it really isn’t! At the left are all of our family members. You can put pictures in there if you want to, but you don’t have to. You can click on each picture and change the profile of each person, add birthdays, classes, appointments, etc.

You can customize the little windows on the side and bottom of the page. Mine has a daily Bible verse at the top, a daily quote and weather under that, and at the bottom I have a shopping list, to do list and a lookup bar. It is so easy to move things around, just drag and drop or delete all with the push of a button.

I also customized the background and colors. I like my things bright and cheery, so that is why I went with this one. It is fun to change it up every now and again though! They have something for everyone, robots, horses, flowers… You can do that on the Settings drop down menu there at the top.

Speaking of the buttons at the top…there are a lot of goodies up there! My favorite thing to use is the Reports tab. The drop down menu has Assignment lists, Class notes, Grade Report, Class Hours, Transcripts and it even kept my grades from last year.

Homeschool Planet grade report

Don’t tell them I posted their grades, but I wanted to show you how it looked. Every week it lists what they did and their score and then it averages everything for the year and that is their total grade. See, I don’t have to worry about doing the math for three kids grades.. ha!

Every Friday I make a chart with that weeks grades from the grade report and post them in our homeschool room. Everyone sees them. It is so easy as I just copy down what it says on the grade report! The kids like to see who is in the lead that week, they all look forward to getting the purple star..hehe..

You can see all of my kids classes that we are taking this year back on the main screen. When you set it up you can specify who takes what classes. Most of the classes we are doing this year everyone is doing, but only Kyle and Lauren are doing math and science, so it shows on there with just their names.

To the right of the classes are three things you can click on, the little clock is how you can keep track of how much time is spent doing that class, and the delete and edit buttons are pretty self explanatory. I use the Edit button to put in all of their homework and projects and the grades for them.

Homeschool Planet Edit Class

I haven’t done the grades for this week as we have had family visiting and took the week off. Usually for Bible, I only enter grades in on Fridays as that is when everything is due. You can see the tabs at the top that have their names on them. If one has some extra credit, or a different assignment, you can just click on that tab and add in that credit on just their tab.

In the end, everything just works so well together! I could go on and on about how much we use the school planner part! But I do have to mention the calendar.. I talked a little bit about it last time. You can color code different appointments and things to go with a certain type of function. We have church things, work things, etc.. You can then see who is doing what and when at a quick glance.

The shopping list can easily be sent to your husband, or son if he has his drivers license and feels like going to the store for you.. :ahem: hehee.. It all works so very well together, but then I think I have mentioned that already.

For the month of June, they are running a sale where people who sign up for a free one-month trial will receive a free lesson plan, valued at $5-15, from their new Lesson Plan Marketplace. Now see, sign up for a free trial and get a bonus!

Lesson Plan Marketplace

Here is an example from Teaching Textbooks which one of my kids uses. The Lesson Plans can be added to your calendar so it gives a list of what needs to be done on any given day! At the moment, a lot of our curriculum isn’t up there, but there are a couple of things on there that we use! They are adding more so I will keep my eye out for those! I know I have mentioned how much I love when the books we use have lists on what is supposed to be done every day. This totally does that!

If you end up not doing school on a certain day, the schedule will automatically reschedule itself. There are also automatic updates, of course you can also decide to do them or not. It all works with Homeschool Planet!

I know I only talked about the school side of it this time, because that is what I use every single day. If you want to see how other people used Homeschool Planet, feel free to click on the banner below!

Homeschool Planet {Homeschool Buyers Co-op Reviews}

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The goats get a new house!

You guys may or may not know that we have a few goats. I’ve talked about them a couple times on here.. Anyway, our two newest goats we got about a year and a half ago. One of them was a little guy, not very old at all! We ended up getting his mama as well.

Turns out that the little guy turned into a giant. He is huge! So, that little goat house that we built for our small Nigerian Dwarf goats was getting ruined every time Cody would stand up in there!

Plus it was just getting sloppy when it rained and such…and we were keeping their supplies on our back was all just a big hassle.  So, we decided it was past time to build them a bigger house.

Jeffy started it today!! 🙂 I am so excited!

Here’s a pic of Charlie and Cody. Cody is the one on the right. You can kind of see mama goat in the middle there. You can also see how beat up their old house is!

Buncha dorks…lol.

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Five years ago!

Every year about this time we always start looking back at where we were in Arizona before we moved here.. This year is no different. This year it has been five years since we left and that just boggles my mind! In ways, it seems like we have only been here a short time, and in other ways it seems like we have been here forever. I can’t believe we left five years ago!

We have slowly gotten used to more and more humidity. We have gotten used to the nice drivers on the freeways. We have gotten used to the different foods…although a lot of that we are still learning. 😉

Everyone that comes to visit always talks about wanting to live here. I don’t blame them, it is such a beautiful place! The way of life is just so different than it was in AZ.

A tradition I started the first year after we left was to take a family pic of us together in the same positions.

The first picture is of us in front of the RV, ready to get in and start our journey. Five years ago!

Family 2012

Four years ago..

Family 2013

Three years ago…

Family 2014

Two years ago…

Family 2015

Last year!

Family 2016

And finally this years picture! Obviously we have a couple turkeys that wanted to be in the picture…lol. Thanks to Emily for taking the picture again this year like she did last year!

Five years ago

So, it is funny to note that I am wearing a shade of orange or red except one pic.. I don’t plan on what I am going to wear and basically I yell that it is picture time and everyone comes out just as they are. Luckily I had dr’s appointments today so I was looking normal, lol.

I am looking forward to seeing how much more this changes…and I am also looking forward to comparing the older pictures the more that we do.. I love pictures.. 🙂


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Memoria Press First Form Latin Complete Set {Review}

I have been a fan of Memoria Press for quite a while now! You will recall that we recently tried out the First Form Greek Set with Ryan. One thing that was mentioned as we tried that set out was that it is better to have used the First Form Latin Complete Set before starting the Greek. So, while I had originally planned on having one of the younger kids use this Latin Set, I decided to have Ryan use it to see if it would help him when he goes back to the Greek.

First Form Latin Complete Set
You can see that the included items are almost identical to how they are in the Greek Set. That was very helpful for us in that we were already used to how the Greek set worked. I definitely enjoy the variety in the materials included.

For the student books, you have the text and the workbook. The Text book is a great size, not cumbersome at all, which is nice. The book is broken down into units and then into lessons within that unit. After the first unit, they do a review of what you just learned, a review on previous units and then the next unit introduction. Each unit is not very long at all, but there is a lot of material covered. So while it may sound overwhelming, it really isn’t.

Memoria Press Latin Student Workbook

The workbook works well with the textbook. In lesson twenty for example, it starts out with Grammar Review. It is a fill in the blank review section from the text. Then there is a vocabulary section that you can see here. You are supposed to practice completing the chart orally and on paper until you have it mastered.

Ryan did this a lot on blank pieces of paper because his handwriting doesn’t fit in these boxes and he could also coordinate where he wanted things to go on his paper. He has all of his papers in a three ring binder so that they are in an order that he likes and are not going to get lost.

There is also a section for Declensions and form drills. Different drills ask for different things and you just fill these out. Lastly is a Translation Skills section. There are different phrases in Latin that you are supposed to translate, a couple that you are to diagram and then in this lesson there is a Latin Sayings Review section. Different sayings in English that you are to translate.

As you progress of course the lessons get more involved…and as well, the lessons previous to this aren’t as involved.. It’s definitely a slow progression so as not to overwhelm you.

Memoria Press Latin Teacher Key

One of the things that I love about Memoria Press books is how everything works together. The teacher key is set up just like the student workbook. Of course, since Ryan wrote down his answers on another paper, it wasn’t as easy to just look through the book, but it was still easy to see what the answer needed to be.

The teacher manual goes over each lesson and what is needed, in order. Each lesson plan has four sections: Opening, Recitation, Review; Latin Saying; Vocabulary; and Grammar – Syntax.

At the beginning of the book there are a lot of suggestions on how to do different things to make learning more interesting. I highly suggest reading the whole beginning sections just to make it easier in general, but also for the fun games and such..

There is also a book of quizzes and tests that have perforated papers that you can just tear out when it is time. Thankfully a lot of the spaces are bigger and Ryan could use these with no problem.

Memoria Press Latin DVD CD Flashcards

Lastly, and definitely not least…also included are three DVD’s that cover 9 hours and only 15-20 minutes per lesson. The information covered is extremely helpful, especially when it comes to diagramming because sometimes that gets difficult in English! Or is that just me…ha!

There is also a cd and some flash cards. Like I mentioned above, everything works so well together! The cd includes a pronunciation guide which is a necessity if you ask me! The flashcards are helpful for keeping fresh what you learned.

Ryan definitely could see a difference in learning with this First Form Latin Complete Set before doing the Greek and he suggests that for everyone. If your kids are younger, Memoria Press includes many levels of Latin learning! There really is something for all levels!

If you want to see what others though of First Form Latin, other levels of Latin, or even some sciences, feel free to click the link below! You will find something that works best for your child…or even for yourself!

Latin, Nature and Trees {Memoria Press Reviews}
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What I read in May

Ok, the time is just slipping away from me.. Too many things happening all at once! I hope to be caught up soon, especially since I know some people are counting on me for certain things. Eek! I haven’t been this busy in a long time.. Anyway… there is still time to talk about what books I read last month! 🙂 So, here is what I read in May!


Swimming Lessons by Claire Fuller – Ingrid Coleman writes letters to her husband, Gil, about the truth of their marriage, but instead of giving them to him, she hides them in the thousands of books he has collected over the years. When Ingrid has written her final letter she disappears from a Dorset beach, leaving behind her beautiful but dilapidated house by the sea, her husband, and her two daughters, Flora and Nan.

Twelve years later, Gil thinks he sees Ingrid from a bookshop window, but he’s getting older and this unlikely sighting is chalked up to senility. Flora, who has never believed her mother drowned, returns home to care for her father and to try to finally discover what happened to Ingrid. But what Flora doesn’t realize is that the answers to her questions are hidden in the books that surround her. Scandalous and whip-smart, Swimming Lessons holds the Coleman family up to the light, exposing the mysterious truths of a passionate and troubled marriage.

What I thought: I enjoyed the tale that was told in this book. It never really had an aha moment or anything like that, it was just a nice calm read…


Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare – Great tragedy based on Plutarch’s account of the lives of Brutus, Julius Caesar, and Mark Antony. Evil plotting, ringing oratory, high tragedy with Shakespeare’s incomparable insight, dramatic power. Reprinted complete and unabridged from an authoritative English edition. Explanatory footnotes.

What I thought: Who doesn’t know Julius Caesar? lol But I will say it was definitely interesting reading this one out loud…I could understand as I was reading, but I have no idea what the kids were thinking.. 😉


The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware – In this tightly wound story, Lo Blacklock, a journalist who writes for a travel magazine, has just been given the assignment of a lifetime: a week on a luxury cruise with only a handful of cabins. At first, Lo’s stay is nothing but pleasant: the cabins are plush, the dinner parties are sparkling, and the guests are elegant. But as the week wears on, frigid winds whip the deck, gray skies fall, and Lo witnesses what she can only describe as a nightmare: a woman being thrown overboard. The problem? All passengers remain accounted for—and so, the ship sails on as if nothing has happened, despite Lo’s desperate attempts to convey that something (or someone) has gone terribly, terribly wrong…

With surprising twists and a setting that proves as uncomfortably claustrophobic as it is eerily beautiful, Ruth Ware offers up another intense read.

What I thought: This definitely had me going ‘huh?’ quite a few times, but I enjoyed the story. It wasn’t a favorite, but I also didn’t feel like I wasted my time either. Good entertainment.. 🙂


C.S. Lewis by Janet & Geoff Benge – From his earliest childhood, C.S. Lewis (1898 -1963) loved to hear and tell stories. Persuaded that stories could reveal the truth about the real world in a unique way, the literature professor would write more than thirty books, including science fiction, theology, literary criticism, and fantasy. In an era marked by two world wars, Lewis attacked tough questions about life and faith headfirst. Convinced that the story of Jesus Christ is the truest of all stories, and known for searching out the truth with honesty, clarity, and imagination, the former atheist would become one of the most influential Christians of the twentieth century.

What I thought: I really learned quite a bit about C.S. Lewis in this book! I love reading about peoples lives like this, in a story format. There is a review on the blog that goes into more detail with this book!


And Then There Was Me by Sadeqa Johnson – Bea and Awilda have been best friends from the moment Awilda threw her fourteen year-old self across Bea’s twin-sized bed as if they had known each other forever. Bubbly, adventurous Awilda taught sheltered, shy Bea how to dress, wear her hair and what to do with boys. She even introduced Bea to her husband, Lonnie, in college, who pledged to take good care of her for the rest of their lives. But philanderer Lonnie breaks that promise over and over again, leaving Bea to wrestle with her self-esteem and long time secret addiction.

Recently Lonnie has plopped the family in a New Jersey upper class suburb, which lacks the diversity that Bea craves but has the school district and zip code envy that Lonnie wants. The demands of carrying a third child and fitting into this new environment while pretending that her husband is not cheating on her again, is more than she can handle. And just when she thinks things can’t get any worst, the ultimate deception snaps the little thread that was holding her life together and all comes tumbling down.

What I thought: This seemed kind of soap opera-ish to me…but it was still a little entertaining.. 🙂


The Wonder of Us by Kim Culbertson – Riya and Abby are: Best friends. Complete opposites. Living on different continents. Currently mad at each other. About to travel around Europe.

Riya moved to Berlin, Germany, with her family for junior year, while Abby stayed behind in their small California town. They thought it would be easy to keep up their friendship—it’s only a year and they’ve been best friends since preschool. But instead, they ended up fighting and not being there for the other. So Riya proposes an epic adventure to fix their friendship. Two weeks, six countries, unimaginable fun. But two small catches:

They haven’t talked in weeks.

They’ve both been keeping secrets.

Can Riya and Abby find their way back to each other among lush countrysides and dazzling cities, or does growing up mean growing apart?

What I thought: While this book was definitely in the YA category, I enjoyed the two main characters. Who doesn’t have a falling out with their best friend, right? I liked reading about their travels around Europe. A good quick read…

Well, those are all the books I read this past month! Do you have any favorites recently? I love taking suggestions!

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Christian Heroes- C.S. Lewis {Review}

I have talked about books from YWAM Publishing before…they are books that come with study guides! Perfect for those of us that homeschool! Good for anyone really though! The book we chose this time was from the Christian Heroes: Then & Now series. Last time we did the Heroes of History section, so it was fun to mix it up. We went with Christian Heroes- C.S. Lewis.

YWAM Publishing

We were able to finish this book pretty quickly reading just reading a chapter a day! We were able to use the included study guide that really made reading a chapter a day the perfect length.

We would read our chapter and then do the question and answer section of the study guide. There are five questions included, the first few are about that days reading and the last two are typically more introspective and made you think how you feel about something. I like the mix between the two as it helps with retention as well as discussing the thoughts involved.

There are many areas to use in the study guide! One of our favorite sections besides the chapter questions was a drawing project. Which, if you read my blog at all, you know how much we enjoy pencil drawings!

C.S. Lewis described himself in the book as tall, fat, bald, red-faced, double-chinned, black-haired and wearing glasses for reading. The study guide suggested that we draw someone that looked like that description. This was such a fun project for us! Usually we have something more descriptive to draw, or even a picture of something to copy!

This is what we all came up with…as usual, I will not post ownership names…hehehe. Although if you look close enough, one gives it away..

This is a portrait drawing that was included in our study guide. What do you think? Of course he isn’t wearing glasses… I don’t think we did too bad given the little description that we had!

CS Lewis pencil drawing

The study guide has so many different sections included! There are four Bible verses and they give you suggestions to work them into your study. A fantastic list of items to include in a display corner while you read is shown…there are some great ideas there! A lot of those items would go great in a complete unit study also, as some of them need further research.

The Student Explorations section is broken down into smaller sections; Essay questions, creative writing, hands-on projects, audio/visual projects, and arts and crafts. There really is something for everyone!

We also did a section out of the Social Studies area. It listed when different places were mentioned in the story by chapter and when we finished that chapter we were able to locate those places on the map. There are printable maps included that you can then draw where everything is. That helped put into perspective how far away things were from the places we talked  about!

I enjoyed reading so much about C.S. Lewis. I didn’t know much of what was included in the story so that made it even more interesting! I didn’t know that he insisted on being called Jack. It was a great read, I love how the authors write it as a story, but yet it is still informative. I noticed that too on the Daniel Boone that I read last time.

I highly suggest you check out some of these other titles and see if there is something that interests you! You could easily draw out the book and unit study into quite a thorough study!

If you want to check out some reviews of the other books, feel free to click on the banner below!

Christian & History Heroes {YWAM Publishing Reviews}

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I don’t even know…

I don't even know

Do you ever just stop and wonder about life? I have a to-do list a mile long and for once I am starting to feel a tad overwhelmed. The weather hasn’t cooperated, but instead made me pause what I had planned and do something else. My internet hasn’t cooperated, but instead made me go for a drive with Jeffy to do something random.

Sometimes I guess it pays to just pause and stop what you are doing and enjoy the moment. Even if you do have a long list of things that need doing.

I don’t even know what I am supposed to be doing at the moment because, like I said, that dang to-do list.. But I will know that everything will get done eventually. I can still enjoy those little stolen moments though too. 🙂

Have a great weekend, y’all!!

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The Typing Coach Online Typing Course {Review}

I remember taking a typing class in high school. I thought my typing teacher was magic the way she could look at us, talk, and all the while type random words that people were saying. I never had much experience with typing. My kids, on the other hand, they have grown up with typing. Online games that involve chatting had one of mine typing in Kindergarten, lol. They type very fast, but they type incorrectly. So, I thought it would be great to check out The Typing Coach Online Typing Course from The Typing Coach.

The Typing Coach

I was curious how it would be compared to my own experiences with a live teacher situation vs a computer recording.

One thing I noticed right away is that correct form was emphasized. They wanted you to sit straight, feet on the floor, keyboard lined up with your belly button to the number seven. All of this is very important, even though I notice myself slacking on these bits.. :ahem: But it definitely teaches proper form so that you have something to go on throughout your typing experiences..

The Typing Coach menu

As you log in, you can see a general order of things. I like how it is all broken down and doesn’t try and do everything at once!

Another thing that I liked was the importance stressed on not looking at the computer screen as you are typing. The comment was made that everything on the computer screen is already on the computer, so why do you need to look at it.. Ding ding ding!! Totally makes sense, right folks?

I remember using a computer typing program when I was younger that had you looking at the screen and typing things that popped up…they  never really cared if you learned not to look at the screen. Being able to look away from the screen and type what you want to is a time saver and it helps your neck not to get sore.

The Typing Coach IntroThe first section is the Course Introduction. I like how it tells you the order in which to do things. When you are done you can click the box and it puts a little check mark there so that you know you have completed that task. That little section there about not using Microsoft Word? That was perfect timing as my daughter doesn’t have Word on her computer and it had suggestions on things that she could use instead. That helped in our normal homeschool day as well! Yay!

There is a slower paced lesson section for the younger or special ed students that will help draw it out a little more. Lauren had jumped in so quickly that she had finished the whole slower paced section and was wondering if the whole thing was going to be like that. So, she was happy that the rest of the course was a little more up to her speed. But I like that they do have the slower paced section as I can see that being helpful to many people!

The Typing Coach Lesson

As you move on, you will see lessons that look like this. You can play the audio, which is approximately 20 minutes and he will tell you what to do and when. It is important that you have printed out the student packet so that you know what to type when he tells you. It will also aid in having you look away from the screen by looking at the paper. The audio is not annoying at all, the voice is very calm and straight to the point and there is relaxing music playing in the background.

Once you have mastered each section you can then keep moving on towards the next sections. I do enjoy the fact that you can go back and practice more whenever you want since it is all self paced.

It is said that by the end of the course you should be able to type at least ten words per minute with no more than one word error per minute, but if you keep going and practicing, you can bump that up to 45+ wpm, which is a minimum of what employers look for..

Lauren felt that this was a very thorough class. She thought that some of the things brought up early on were silly, but as she went along she was able to see the importance of those same items. It is suggested to do the course about a lesson per week. Sometimes she did that and other times she went faster. It depended on how comfortable she was with section being taught. I think it evened out though. We all thought the course was fantastic! It is quite affordable in my opinion too.. It is only $17 for the year per typer!

If you want to read what others thought about their experience using The Typing Coach Online Typing Course feel free to click the banner below!

The Typing Coach Online Typing Course {The Typing Coach Reviews}

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Thin Stix Classic Colors {Review}

A while back I tried out Kwik Stix and had a great time playing with them. We still bring them out when there is an assignment that calls for paint or when we just get a crafty bug. I was excited when The Pencil Grip, Inc. came out with Thin Stix 6pk of Classic Colors!

Thin Stix by KwikStix

I remember last time I wrote about the original Kwik Stix we did projects that would definitely have been easier to do if we had smaller pens. And look! They now have Thin Stix!

Check out the size difference. It doesn’t look like much, but it is!

Thin StixPlus, I think the narrower as well as longer ‘pen’ makes it easier for people to use, especially those little kiddos!

If you don’t know what Kwik Stix are, it is basically paint in pen, or crayon, form! I like to compare it to a lipstick. You will see what I mean when you use them! But I can try all I want to be a Pinterest mom, but you guys, I just can’t do it.. So, when there was an assignment that called for painting or something, we would usually just skip over it.

Now, I really don’t mind using these paint sticks at all! They are a solid tempera paint, just like the stuff you buy in the store, but definitely less messy. When you use them, the paint dries super fast, it says 90 seconds, but really, I think it is faster than that. Of course I never do it super thick.

We did a few different crafty things lately. I will share a couple so you can see how they look. When we did these crafts, we didn’t even put anything down on the table, we just painted right on it! Well, not directly on the table, but the paper was on the table.. hehe. If we colored off the paper, we could easily just wipe it off!

Another cool thing is that you don’t have to worry about paint brushes or glasses of water that inevitably get knocked over…

thin stix craft

This was something that I used to do a lot.. I thought it would be fun to try out with these Thin Stix! I didn’t do it perfectly, but I think it gets the point across. But with the thinner tips I could do the little finer lines and you can still see them showing up. When I was making this Jeffy commented that if I had done this with crayons there would be crayon chunks everywhere. He liked how smooth it was.

thin stix craft

This next project we did was perfect as it could be broken down between me and the three kids. I have seen this done with acrylic paint on canvas but I thought it would be a super fun project to use with these! Since the tip is smaller than the original we were able to make little leaves and even the branches could be smaller.

The Thin Stix are easier for little kids than the regular Kwik Stix size..I think these are perfect for people of any age!

You can check out what I did with the regular sized Kwik Stix. If you want to see what projects others did, feel free to click the banner below! 🙂

No Mess Art with Thin Stix Classic Colors {The Pencil Grip, Inc. Reviews}

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Thursday Things

Well, I guess it is Thursday again! I don’t know how it seems like it comes so quickly anymore. But I guess a Thursday coming quickly is better than a Monday coming quickly.. I feel like I am repeating myself…ha! It seems like things have been happening like crazy around these parts, and I realized I hadn’t done a Thursday Things for this month, so here ya go!

Image result for trader joe's joe joe's truffles

You guys know that I love me some Trader Joe’s… So, this comes as no surprise. But have you tried these Joe-Joe’s truffles? They are so yummy. And what I like most about them is that each one is 100 calories, but one is just plenty enough for a treat! Ahhh…

We finally made the drive to IKEA this week. We got a few of these carts and I immediately threw a bunch of stuff in there. It isn’t organized at all, but at least it is away from the fireplace and such. But these carts are inexpensive and easy to put together.. Well, Ryan and I put one together and then Ryan did the rest by himself. 😉

Image result for hair skin and nails

I love me some gummy vitamins! I picked these up a couple months ago and thought they were pretty good, noticed a difference pretty quickly! I ran out and was at a vitamin store and picked up what they had. Night and day difference! Didn’t taste as good and it seems like all of the things that I noticed previously went away! So, I got these again… 🙂

We finally were able to pick up our second vehicle! It was even better when Jeffy got home and we could drive it around as a family for a longer trip. We bought it and they had to do a repair to the back seats because it wouldn’t latch properly. They had the thing for a week!! Thankfully we could finally pick it up…It really sucked being a one car family, I don’t know how people do it.

This is Jeffy’s song of choice lately. I admit it is catchy. We pretty much like the same kind of music except I just can’t stand his heavy screamy stuff, lol.

So, that’s it for my Thursday Things! Let me know what you liked about this past week, or even the month if that suits you better! 🙂


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