Showing posts from June, 2011

Simple Woman's Daybook

For today June 29, 2011
Outside my window... the sky is blue and it's going to be a beautiful summer day!

I am thinking... that I'll fill the kiddie pool and let Mister M play and explore the water today.

I am thankful for... the bees that make such wonderful honey.  We are hopefully going to visit a beekeeper in the next week and he is going to tell us all about his bees.  Can't wait!

I am wearing... tank top, shorts and my grandmother's earrings.

In the learning rooms... this mama teacher is planning a few fun summer activities for the kids.

I am remembering... our chocolate lab.  It's been almost a year since he's been gone and some days I still miss the pitter patter of paws and toenails on the floor.

I am going... to enjoy our summer vacation.  We celebrated a wedding this past weekend and the kids and I stayed behind while Patrick went out of town for work.  We certainly enjoy being in the woods at Grandma and Grandpa's.

I am reading... through all my mom'…

Simple Woman's Daybook

For today June 9, 2011
Outside my window... Sun is shining and birds are singing.  We are all enjoying a cool down from the high temps and humid conditions recently.

I am thinking... of the bumpy road ahead as we begin a new phase of parenting our 10 year old. 

I am thankful for... circumstances that help to change and mature me.  Thinking I might just be a work in progress for the rest of my life.  (See above comment for one instance that is changing and maturing me in fast forward!)

I am wearing... Shorts and a purple pullover.

In the learning rooms... books are on the shelves and pens and papers are neatly organized because we have officially started our summer vacation.  Woot, woot!

I am remembering... how I felt when I graduated from high school.  There was a great sense of accomplishment accompanied by fear of the unknown.

I am going... to spend some quality time with my dear friend from high school.

I am reading... The Old Schoolhouse magazine and jotting down ideas for next school ye…