Sunday, September 16, 2012

Keep It Simple Sundays

Boricua Confidential has a regular feature on her blog called, "Keep It Simple Sundays!"


I missed it last week because I was so busy, but I made it this week (barely!), and I'm glad!  I can't say I've adhered to keeping Sunday simple this week (or last) because we have some extenuating family circumstances that are keeping us on overdrive, but I still like the concept and anticipate a return back to a slower pace soon, so I'm all in.  :)

You can participate too, by clicking here.  Thank you Boricua Confidential, for reminding us to slow down and appreciate what's really important.  My post-it note to God this week is about being thankful for my husband.

Happy Sunday all!



19 comments:

Kenya G. Johnson said...

I like that Rosey. It's a good idea too. I usually participate in a Stream of Consciousness (a 5 minute brain dump). But I like this one too.

Czjai Reyes-Ocampo said...

Cool and very thoughtful meme. :)
Thank you for sharing!

The Budget Diet said...

Our priest has really made an effort over the past 2 years to encourage families to keep it simple on Sundays. He's especially against kids have ball games and practices on Sundays...he even mentioned tournaments on Easter Weekend! If parents would speak up, maybe it would be easier to Keep It Simple on Sundays!

Are We There Yet! said...

LOL... I love it when my Hubs cooks. He is the grill master in our house.

I need to check out the Keep it Simple Sundays, hopefully hook up next week.

Theresa said...

I love Simple Sundays! I actually look forward to Sunday every week because it is about the only day I have for down time. I hope you posted that note where your hubby could see it :)

Dominique@Dominique's Desk said...

That's so sweet.. being thankful for hubby to cook dinner. I do love it when my hubby cooks too.

crazedinthekitchen.com said...

Sundays end up being simple around here just because we like to avoid busy places like the beach, museums, etc. on the weekends when they are crowded. My kids (ages 4 and 2) had a wonderful afternoon on Sunday just running through the sprinkler and playing in the backyard. Heaven!

Pepper Tan said...

I have to admit I'm envious that you have a husband who takes care of you :). Nothing can possibly be sweeter than that...

mail4rosey said...

I loved your Stream of Consciousness post!

mail4rosey said...

Thanks. :)

mail4rosey said...

Are there a lot of children events on Sunday? My youngest is in K, so I haven't paid attention for awhile. Football is big in my house and that's always on a Sunday, but it's after church. Still... :)

mail4rosey said...

thanks, I hope you join! :)

mail4rosey said...

I did! It's right on our 'fridge. :)

mail4rosey said...

Hurray for when they cook! Ha, I bet mine says 'hurray for when she mows the lawn!' ;)

mail4rosey said...

It does sound delightful. :)

mail4rosey said...

Aw, Pepper. I sensed from your post earlier that you're having a hard time right now and I just want to hug you!

JamericanSpice said...

It's a blessing that your hubs made dinner. Sometimes I wish for this. But sometimes he does offer to buy :)

And I agree about Sundays being simple and for rest.

Courtney G said...

I love when my husband makes me dinner! It's so special, huh. And he's so cute about it;)

jMo said...

Hey, Rosie, thanks for hoping over to the Ched Curtain. This looks like a lot of fun and something to do while cooking and watching football.