Thursday, December 31, 2009

good bye 2009: see you next year...

From our family to yours...
Happy New Year!

Monday, December 28, 2009

Simple Woman's Daybook

For today...Monday, December 28, 2009.

Outside my is cold and clear. Cooler than normal temperatures expected all week.

I am thinking...about all of the blessings of 2009. I am praising Him for all things ~ good and bad.

I am thankful for...a New Year, new beginnings and the anticipation of what God will do in 2010.

From the learning rooms...things are quiet. I need to figure out where we are and develop a plan and schedule for the remainder of the year.

From the kitchen...soup.

I am wearing...jeans a t-shit and clogs. I will need a jacket to leave the house.

I am creating...a knitted bib for a sweet little girl.

I am return and exchange clothing for children, to the office, and to deliver the remainder of gifts to friends.

I am reading...the Bible in chronological order, beginning January 1st.

I am praying for...a friend that needs healing in a relationship with a loved one.

I am pondering these words...For to us a child is born, to us a son is given, and the government will be on his shoulders. And he will be called Wonderful Counselor, Might God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace. Isaiah 9:6

I am hoping...for some rest next month. It will begin here again.

I am hearing...a busy laundry room and a son whistling "Angels We Have Heard on High".

Around the house...things are messy and that is O.K.

One of my favorite things...the end of cookies after Christmas. Not that I do not like them, I have just had enough sugar thank you.

A few plans for the rest of the week: We are headed here for camping, family time. bonfires, oyster roasts, fireworks and ringing in the New Year.

Here is picture for thought I am sharing...You Go Girl, Christmas 2009.

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Monday, December 21, 2009

Simple Woman's Daybook

FOR TODAY...December 21st, Merry Christmas!

Outside my window...cold and bright.

I am thinking...that simple is good.

I am thankful for...for that understand the real meaning of Christmas, that know how blessed they are and that do not desire a commercialized Christmas.

I am wearing...jeans, undershirt, sweater and and birkenstok clogs (referred to as my hobbit shoes)

I am remembering...that many people are lonely and hurting in this blessed season.

I am finish my Christmas shopping, soon I hope.

I am currently reading...

I am stop coughing soon! And to make it to knitting tomorrow night.

On my thankful I am for a lot of business.

Noticing that...everyone managed to adjust to an artificial Christmas tree.

Pondering these warming is caused by the sun!

From the kitchen...peanut butter fudge.

Around the house...wrapping, baking, the sounds of Christmas music from stringed instruments and the piano, planning

One of my favorite things~ finding just the perfect gift~when I least expect it.

From my picture journal...performing in a nursing home a few weeks ago, a special thank you to our piano teacher, Mrs. H.

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