Verse of the Day

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

My Simple Woman's Daybook ~ 35

FOR TODAY... April 5, 2011

Outside my window... Clear Blue Sky, and a Sunshiny Day!

I am thinking... of my husband's family. His cousin buried one of his 7 mo twins over the weekend. SIDS.

I am thankful for... my heater. I should have remembered to turn it on last night. When we got up, it was 59* in our house! BRRRRRR!!!! It's finally 68*.

I am wearing... a green skirt, and peach shirt. Comfy!
I am going... to hopefully recover from my pnuemonia VERY SOON!!!

I am currently reading... The Shack, by William Paul Young. My Sister-in-Law reccomended it to me. I admit, it's strange, but it has some insightful things in it, too.

From the learning rooms... Ugh! Things could be going smoother. It has not been a good year where school is concerned. But, Lane and Jacob will be taking their year end tests next week. Lane will do fine. Jacob will, too, but it's his first year, so he's a bit nervous. They only have to take this test from 3rd-9th.

I am creating... Hair Bows, Pass-It-On Gifts for 10 friends, and a general mess!!!

I am hoping... we can get our Schoolroom finished before the end of the summer. Not sure if we can, but we can try!

On my mind... So many things, right now. Some sad, some happy.

Noticing that... it's already April! When did THAT happen??!!!

Pondering these words... Proverb 31:21&22 "She is not afraid of the snow for her household: for all her household are clothed with scarlet. She maketh herself coverings of tapestry; her clothing is silk and purple."

I am hearing... Lots of noise from the playing boys.

From the kitchen... I DON'T want to talk about it!!!

Around the house... I don't want to talk about THAT either!!!

One of my favorite things... My loving Church Family.

A few plans for the rest of the week: Get caught back up. This pnuemonia has really taken a toll on me, as well as my house.

Here is picture for thought I am sharing... One day, my brother, Will, and his wife, Nicole, had come ovver for dinner. Afterwards, we girls were cleaning up. Nicole used her hands to wipe the bread crumbs off the counter. After she was done, she looked and found these three crumbs left.......


1 comment:

  1. I love your "crumb-y" picture!!

    Blessings to you and yours, especially your brother's family. So sad to hear of an infant death and my prayers are with you.


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