These weeks just keep rolling on by quickly, don’t they? I’m not even entirely certain what I did all week, but it seemed to take up every moment. I did have one kind of big thing this week. I mean, it doesn’t sound like a big deal unless you know how I feel about public speaking.
I was asked to speak at our city’s Chamber of Commerce luncheon on Friday. A little over a year ago I began a Facebook group which serves as a centralized source of information about local events, meetings, fundraisers, etc. As of Friday morning the group had 2274 members. After the luncheon, where I was able to explain what the group is all about to the approximately 100 people in attendance, our numbers shot up to our current 2345.
I was nervous about having to speak in front of so many people but it actually went quite well. I have a feeling I’m being called out of my comfort zone this year. I hope I survive!
LIFE WITH DEE WEEKLY REVIEW
ON THE BLOG
- Menu Monday
- A Day in My Life ~ A Look Back
- Lentil Tacos ~ a recipe
- Timely Tunes ~ by Christopher Piercy
- A Day in My Life
- Back to Basics on Apple Tree Farm
ON THE FACEBOOK PAGE
- Pineapple Upside Down Donuts
- Easy Tandoori Chicken and Grilled Peach Salad
- 17 Simple Daily Rituals That Make Life Immediately Better
- Puttery Treats For Cosier Mornings
- Homemade Wheat Crackers
- Healthy Slow Cooker Chicken Fajitas
- Quick & Easy Stovetop Popcorn
- Shredded Brussels Sprouts Salad Recipe
- Valentine Papercraft: Free Printable Mailbox and Mini Valentine’s Day Cards
- Easy Ways to Eat Healthier and Reduce Your Grocery Bill
- Why tea is better than wine, and other difficult truths
- 7 Surprising Uses For Your Under-Appreciated Food Processor
YOUTUBE VIDEO OF THE WEEK
10 Habits for Keeping a Clean House
PODCAST OF THE WEEK
QUOTE OF THE WEEK
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I hope you’ve had a lovely Saturday and if you live in one of the areas hit by the snowstorm I hope all is well and your electricity stays on. It’s in the 30s here but no snow (thank goodness!). And better yet, I see some highs in the 60s next week. Yes!