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This Week We Celebrate

March 25, 2017

Thinking back on this week, I realize there is much to celebrate.

  1. I managed to put up three posts this week, including a recipe for some spicy Korean food.  I decided to share another blog tip on writing a perfect post.  My daughter’s favorite books from last year also finally made an appearance.  I’ve been thinking about that last one for many months now, so let’s celebrate its completion!
  2. Her Life Is Love turned one month old this week.  I’ve always thought about returning back to blogging for seven years before I finally just went for it.  During this past month, I’ve been learning a lot and it has been so much fun!  I love having this space to socialize with other parent bloggers and am still hoping this will lead to some wonderful friendships.
  3. My husband got laid off two weeks ago due to a back injury, but he found a new and better job this week.  My biggest reason to celebrate this week!  He’ll start working tomorrow by going away on a business trip.  It feels rather sudden, but he is looking forward to it.  I think staying home, recuperating, and being out of work was pretty tough on him even though I cooked one of his favorites.
  4. It’s also my husband’s birthday this week.  We will celebrate with a small birthday party at home today.  My daughter and I plan on baking him a lemon cake.  Hopefully, it’ll turn out well.  She’s only two.  Maybe I will have her make a birthday card, too.  What do you think?

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How was your week?  Do you have anything to celebrate?  Share with us!

  • Lots to celebrate! Your husband’s had a great week then, and it’s lovely to hear yo’re having fun being back blogging again. Thanks for joining in with #WotW

    • Paula

      Thank you. I’m excited to take part with the Word of the Week. Yes, it’s definitely my husband’s week of the year so far!

  • Lots of lovely things to celebrate. Happy one month blog birthday and so glad that your husband has found a new and better job. Hope he has a wonderful birthday too 🙂 #WotW

    • Paula

      Thank you, Louise!

  • I believe there is always a resaon to celebrate
    Nice to know your husband got a good job after getting laid off
    I would have loved to taste the lemon cake….*BIG GRIN*

    • Paula

      Yes! I find if you think about it, there’s always something to be thankful about. The lemon cake turned out pretty well. I may have to consider sharing the recipe on here someday 😀

  • Certainly a lot to celebrate. Double congratulations to your husband. Thank you for linking up to #ablogginggoodtime 🎉

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