Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Simple Woman's Daybook

FOR TODAY, February 23, 2010...

Outside My Window...the sun is shining, it is warm and I am soooo happy. I have been cold since Christmas, not just outside, cold until my bones hurt. Welcome Spring. Unfortunately, the rain and cold are coming soon.

I am thinking...about all of the planning that must be done for graduation. I do not remember my senior year in high school being so demanding.

I am thankful for...a God who remains the same yesterday, today and forever, that is not surprised by my ever-changing situations and that works it all together for my good.

From the learning rooms...history, book club, math, and keeping on schedule.

From the kitchen...fresh farm eggs, a freezer full of meat, homemade~bread, granola and cookies, soap made three weeks ago can now be put to good use, and I must make some more laundry soap.

I am wearing...yoga pants, t-shirt and sneakers in hopes of a little bit of exercise time.

I am creating...(still)a very large booga bag, felted coasters, and a "studio" sloooooowly.

I am going...to complete a couple of knitting projects so I can start one that I am so excited about.

I am reading...the one year chronological Bible, knitting patterns and not much else.

I am hoping...to get a very bad case of poison ivy under control. Hannah woke up with eyes nearly swollen shut and we are trying to figure out what to do.

I am hearing...quiet as I think and the clicking of keys as I type, it is still early.

Around the house...we are still dreaming of building a barn.

One of my favorite things...a group, of ladies, that meets at a local coffee shop for knitting. People come and go in our group but there is a small core that remain committed.

A Few Plans For The Rest Of The Week: the usual things we do each week.

Here is picture thought I am sharing...poor poison ivy girl ~ she looks so uncomfortable. Amazingly no complaining. I think we may head to the clinic tonight.

Thank you Peggy for hosting this constant post on my blog. I know if I manage to get only one post done in a week, it will be my Daybook.


Seasons of Life said...

Loving the warmer, sunnier weather right along side of you, my friend. Poor Hannah...Benedryl? If it's that severe, maybe a good dose would help with swelling and her reaction.

Blessings this day ~

Nicole said...

I can't wait until I can talk about warmer, sunnier weather. So glad your bones are warming up. Love the header on your blog. Beautiful!


Choate Family said...

Continuing to pray for you and for Jacob as you transition through this stage of life together.