Morningside Drive

4 March 09

Simplicity – I Wants It!

Filed under: Daybook — by turtlemom3 @ 7:56 am

Meg is doing this on her blog from time to time. So I “stole” her idea 🙂 and plan to “go” with it!

A Simple Womans Daybook

A Simple Woman's Daybook

FOR TODAY (4 March 2009)…

Outside my window… … the snow is now slushy and melting away each day.

I am thinking… … how much I have done, thought, said or that I don’t even know about that I need forgiveness for.

I am thankful for… … the Ol’ Curmudgeon and the Three Musketeers and the 12 New Generations

From the learning rooms…Tampa Reads … I am using with one of the grandsons to help him learn to read – it works!

From the kitchen… … Thank goodness for the Ol’ Curmudgeon’s 5-grain sourdough bread – if I had to choose a favorite, that’s it!

I am wearing… … green-teal sweater, aqua sweat shirt, navy blue sweat pants, navy blue mammoths.

I am creating… … memories for my descendants.

I am going… … grocery shopping if my feet stop hurting long enough.

I am reading…That Your Joy May be Full by Fr. Steven Ritter and More Spirited Than Lions by Sarah Elizabeth Cowrie.

I am hoping… … the economy bottoms out soon so we can start climbing out of this mess!

I am hearing… … a morning news show on TV

Around the house… … the dustbunnies are multiplying and I need to dry-mop – Swiffer, take me away!

One of my favorite things… … spending quiet time with the Ol’ Curmudgeon – without interruptions.

A few plans for the rest of the week: grocery shopping, telephone conferences and phone calls to doctors.

Here is picture thought I am sharing (Icon of the End of Days)…

The End of Days

The End of Days

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1 Comment »

  1. I had to drop this over the past couple of weeks as I had no access to my computer — hope to pick it up again next week. I do enjoy this, and thanks for taking part yourself!

    Comment by Mrs. Mutton — 5 March 09 @ 7:10 am |Reply


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