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Tuesday, August 10, 2010

The Simple Woman's Daybook ~#86~ 8/10/10

For Today...

Outside my window...The 3 H's: Hot, Humid & Hazy! The heat is do-able, it's the humidity that's the killer!

I am thinking...Decisions, decisions, decisions...& none of them easy. :-/

I am thankful for...a hard-working husband who loves me & our family & works SO very, very hard for us.

From the kitchen...bread baking day!

I am wearing...jeans & my "Healthy Alternative" work t-shirt...in anticipation of what's to come.

I am remembering…carefree days of childhood: friends running around to each other's houses, no shoes until school started, bike rides, well-earned skinned knees, freckles brought out by days in the sun...ahhhhh!

I am going…to take DD#2 to work, do a couple of homeschool assessments, putter around the house & go to work.

I am reading...Bible: Revelation.

I am hoping...for the best of the 2 job leads my husband has to pan out!!!!!!!!!

On my mind…$$$ :-/

I am creating...a Christ-centered home.

I am hearing...the radio, cicadas.

Noticing that…the butterflies & sweet little Goldfinches LOVE my Echinacea. :-)

Pondering these words…"Hardship IS NOT always punishment for sin!" ~ From Sunday's sermon.

Around the house...running sweeper, dusting, bread baking.

One of my favorite things...meeting blog friends in person!

A Scripture thought...Gen. 39:2 ~ In servidtue: "the LORD was WITH Joseph." Gen 39:23 ~ In prison: "the LORD was With Joseph." **Joseph was WILLING to recognize God's presence in the hardest of times!

A few plans for the rest of the week...doing a few more homeschool assessments (love it!), work, family time; our nephew's wedding reception...they were already married a couple of weeks ago on a cruise! WOW!

Here is a picture thought I am sharing with you...
Choices, choices!

Enjoy other Daybooks at:

Blessings from Ohio, Kim Wolf<><


  1. Kim, When we make decisions or choices, it would be so much easier if we could see the devil and angel lurking behind their choice. We would make a lot less mistakes in life (changed that last sentence twice and it still doesn't sound correct)!

  2. Taking a few minutes here before going to bed tonight to catch up on some blog reading. Thank you, Kim, for the comment you left on FB today. :) I always enjoy reading your Daybook entries. Praying for the job leads that your hubby has...and I especially liked the quote from Sunday's sermon about hardship not always being punishment.


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