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This linkup is called Weekly Lessons & the hosts are Mattie and Lex.  So, if you wanna join in, hope on over to linkup!  :)

Mandie's Weekly Lessons:

  1.  Too many cooks in the kitchen DO ruin the stew.  So, without getting into too many details, too many people got involved in a situation & it exploded all over the place yesterday leaving Trouble & one of my friends hurting.  I am so angry that it got blown up so big when I was going to be the one to take care of it but other people open their damn mouths which caused more of an issue.  I talked with my friend this morning & explained everything from my point to her, told her that I had her back & that I was there for her.  It's going to be a battle for her & I hate that more people got involved than should have been.  Ugh, it just makes me so mad!  

  2.  Bread-makers are only second to crock-pots.  Now, if you're new around these parts, I have a great love for my crock-pot.  I make SO much in it & it really has been a Heaven sent.  After some issues with trying to bake bread for our Souper Sundays, I had enough & bough myself a bread-maker with some mixes.  I made my first loaf on Sunday & it went over really well.  So, my Sundays will now be ruled by the crock-pot of soup & the bread-maker.  Awhoo hoo!

  3.  It's the little things that count.  "K" stopped in the office today before heading off to school & she dropped off some bookmarks that she made for me.  She really made my day & I thanked her many times & told her to have a good day.  She is so sweet!  I love her!  :)

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  1. I'm sorry about that situation you're dealing with! Homemade bread...yum! We love to use our crockpot. Those bookmarks are sooo cute! Thanks for linking up!

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    1. We'll make our way through the situation, there is no other option but to move forward. Homemade bread is the best...even if the bread maker about 98% of the work. Tee hee!

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  2. Oh, I'm totally going to look into getting a breadmaker! That sounds absolutely heavenly!

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    1. It is great! I got four different kinds of bread mixes & the potato white went over well, I think that next I'm gonna do the wheat & see how that flies.

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