Monday, April 13, 2009

A Simple Woman's Daybook for Monday, April 13



Outside My Window... beautiful live oaks and palm trees swaying in the gentle breeze

I am thinking...how thankful I am to be counted among God's people

I am thankful for...the opportunity to see dear old friends last week, it was a wonderful visit

From the kitchen...homemade ketchup that will be put right into the Heinz bottle, think the kids will notice?

I am wearing...black peddle pusher sweatpants and a pink tee

I am creating...something, anything on my new sewing machine :-) I have to figure out how to use it first...

I am going...to the amish farmers market this afternoon

I am reading...Nicholae from the Left Behind series and The Makers Diet

I am hoping...to get my home blessing done and work on changing my daily lists and routines to better reflect the season we are in

I am hearing...my daughter sing to herself

Around the house...the kids are really enjoying arts and crafts, especially since they can see everything we have to create with

One of my favorite things...hearing my children say "I love you" to each other, just melts my heart

A Few Plans For The Rest Of The Week: to visit a local farm where we can get fresh milk, practice my sewing, re organize the master bdrm closet

Here is picture thought I am sharing...


Brotherly love. This was a few years ago, it is one of my favorites, aren't they cute?

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6 comments:

  1. The Maker's Diet is a really fascinating book. I think if I was to come down with a serious health issue, I would do the things in his book first before going to extremes with doctors

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  2. My children had a big bear hug moment this morning that just melted my heart - lovely to read your daybook! Blessings, Heather

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  3. I love this simple blog format...very nice and fun to read.

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  4. I love this format! What a wonderful way to record where you are in your life today.

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  5. Re the homemade ketchup; if you make it and put it in the old jar without the children noticing, they don't notice the difference. =D I thought it was amazing when mine downed the ketchup without comment. =D =D

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