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Tuesday's "Three"

March 12, 2013

3 Things I'm Working On This Week:
  1. getting my creative mojo back.......seems to have temporarily disappeared
  2. clean out the chicken coop
  3. writing April's meal plan + grocery list
3 Things To Share From The Web:
  1. This Easter Bark looks interesting.  Sugary sweet but very cute.  I'm thinking an addition of crispy rice cereal or something to break down the sugar.
  2. I think this is a great way to gift a recipe to someone.
  3. Who would've thought?  Vanilla Ice!  Yummmmm.  :
3 Things That Bring A Smile To My Face:
  1. Wet and sloppy doggie kisses.
  2. How excited the coop girls get to see us in the morning.
  3. Putting things away.  Doesn't it feel great when things are organized???

Happy Tuesday!

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