Monday, June 2, 2008

The simple woman's daybook

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Outside My Window... the "bridge" that Kate drew across the sidewalk in yellow chalk, using the chalk holders that were a present from Daddy

I am thinking... how quiet it is in the house with "the boys" gone to church together

I am thankful for... the pond across the road, night noises that always calm me

From the kitchen... sadly, no more frozen lemonade met its tasty end today

I am wearing... my jammies!

I am creating... a dress for Kate, still

I am going... to brew a cup of chamomile and enjoy the silence

I am reading... three different non-fiction books. Emma by Jane Austen. Maya Angelou's I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings. A novel by Jimmy Buffett, surprisingly good so far. Stephen Crane's Maggie: A Girl of the Streets. That should last me through the week...

I am hoping... to spend time with friends this week

I am hearing... the girls talking quietly in bed, making up songs for our friends Tim & Lisa

Around the house... things still out of place after a hectic weekend

One of my favorite things... beautiful bookmarks

A Few Plans For The Rest Of The Week... an end of the year party for our Wednesday night Bible study, visiting a new library

Here is picture thought I am sharing... memories of last summer


Anonymous said...

I can't wait to see the dress. I wish I knew how to sew!!!

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Beth Dargis said...

That lemonade pie sounds delicious!

Adele said...

Just wanted to let you know that I haven't went private yet. So come on over and visit me.
I can't wait to see the dress. Also, the chamomile tea sounds wonderful right now.

Sondra said...

OH am I dreaming in lemonade pie now~MMMMMMMMMMMM! (((((HUGS))))) samdi

Livet i träsket said...

Amazing that I came across your blog accidentally.. I just had a post in my blog about homeschooling in Sweden the other day. I will come back to visit your blog to learn more about homeschooling...

Anonymous said...

What a wonderful time to write in your daybook. I especially like the part about pajamas and tea!

I looked back to your other entries. I love Lifehouse, too!