Meet the Sullivans: Friday 5 - Shoe Steal, Soup Recipe and Decorating Help!

February 9, 2018

Friday 5 - Shoe Steal, Soup Recipe and Decorating Help!

Helloooo, Friday! The last two weeks have been rough with sickness for Luke and I, which means little sleep and a whole lot of tissues being used. I'm so thankful it's the weekend again and that we're all 90% better. The weather has been gorgeous this week, so I'm looking forward to enjoying with my family.

O N E - FIRST, can you believe I paid a little under $6 for these shoes from Target? They were already on clearance and then with the 20% of from the Cartwheel app the total came to under $6, and I was totally amazed! I really like the shoes, but for that price I LOVE them.

T W O - The soil is currently being replenished in the community garden and these two boys are super excited to plant some stuff! I asked the master gardener (thank goodness for her because I'm clueless when it comes to gardening!) what we should plant when they re-open in March and she suggested we start with beans, peas and herbs. I'm really hopeful this will get my children to eat either of those things!

T H R E E - I'm realllly taking my time putting things up on our walls.  I don't want to rush into making any decisions, because I know once somethings up there I probably won't take it down. What should I put here above the buffet table? I think I want to put a mirror there, but if you have some suggestions or other cool, more creative ideas I would LOVE to hear them. 

F O U R - Owen made this cute card for his teacher's birthday this week! We searched Pinterest for ideas and dug through our craft stuff to find the supplies, and then he did most of the work with the gluing and placing and cutting and folding. We don't do a lot of crafting, but it's always fun (and super messy) when we do!


F I V E - I made this Lentil Soup with Spicy Italian Sausage a couple weeks ago when it was raining and it hit the spot. It was so good, and the lentils really thickened the whole thing up. It calls for a lot of broth, and needs every last drop of it.


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