Monday, February 15, 2010
The Simple Woman's Daybook ~#66~ 2/15/10
Outside my window...Snow, snow & more snow...again. 6"-8" more expected.
I am thinking...that I hope it won't be too dangerous of a drive to pick up DD#2 from work this afternoon. The 20 minutes drive took about 30 this morning & the snow was JUST starting! It may be a 45 minute drive by the looks of things.
I am thankful for...an extra day w/my Sweetheart!
From the kitchen...lazagna & salad for supper. An on-going pot of Vanilla Biscotti coffee! A loaf of flaxseed bread almost ready to come out of the oven. Maybe some sugar cookies, later. Cold, snowy weather makes want to bake!
I am wearing...jeans, brown & antique gold hoodie & warm socks. (My Monday hoodie 'uniform'.) :-)
I am remembering…childhood snow games.
I am going…to the farm stores tomorrow...hopefully...I'm HOPING the country roads will be clear enough by then.
I am reading...I saw that the movie "The Jane Austin Book Club" was on last night. Made me want to say "eenie, meenie, minee, mo" & read one of her books. Hmmm...which one...which one...?
I am hoping...for some plans to come together.
On my mind…my mom, bills, a great job for DH.
I am creating...a peaceful home.
I am hearing...the radio & my DH laughing at something someone said. I love his laugh!
Noticing that…I am blessed.
Pondering these words…"God's plan for marriage is permanance. As the Bride of Christ, I'm counting on that b/c He IS returning for His Bride!" ~~From Sunday's sermon.
Around the house...Cleaning, laundry, baking, picking up DD#2 from work...Monday's list.
One of my favorite things...animal tracks in the snow.
A Scripture thought...II Cor. 11:6(a) ~ "I may not be a trained speaker, but I do have knowledge."
A few plans for the rest of the week...keeping the family on track, taking DD#2 to/from work; since my Sunday School finished our book we will all bring a few goodies, have a time of fellowship & then pray for our church & one another. What a great way to end a Sunday School quarter!
This is my Daddy when he was a little boy (c. 1932). Isn't he a cutie? I always thought it was interesting that one of those guys came around to a farm w/a pony & a cowboy outfit, even though so many in the area already had horses & ponies. Oh well...it worked. '-)
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Blessings from Ohio, Kim Wolf<><