simple woman's daybook
FOR TODAY May 29, 2012
Outside my window... blue sky, lush green leaves on the trees, construction barrels, a new concrete street and dirt blowing in the breeze.
I am thinking... that it takes less faith to believe God exists than to believe he doesn't.
I am thankful... for aloe vera as I acquired an unexpected sunburn yesterday. Guess being outside in the sun without sunscreen can cause burned skin. :( (Why wasn't I more responsible?!)
In the kitchen... cut lilacs in a vase making the kitchen smell like spring.
I am wearing... gray t-shirt and gray shorts, no jewelry and bare feet.
I am creating... oh this prompt is always tripping me up these days. I have been creating a mental list of summer craft projects and a literal list of books to read this summer.
I am going... to bring the older boys in for a haircut today. Poor Logan can't see through all the hair in his eyes.
I am wondering... what sort of fun items to send to an eleven year old boy in Burkina Faso?
I am reading... The Birth Order Book by Dr. Kevin Leman. Very fascinating!
I am hoping... to learn a lot about vegetable gardening and to have a bountiful harvest from our garden this first year.
I am looking forward to... getting together with friends this week.
I am learning... to strive for excellence, not perfection.
Around the house... sleeping dog and sleeping children.
I am pondering... how much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?
A favorite quote for today... "What is a weed? A plant whose virtues have never been discovered. ~Ralph Waldo Emerson
One of my favorite things... a family working together.
A few plans for the rest of the week: boys haircuts, new glasses for Megan, plant our vegetable garden, take a photo a day for the photo challenge and gather with friends.
A peek into my day...
This is what happens to the kids food when dad comes home for lunch. :)
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