Monday, October 12, 2009

Simple Woman's Daybook

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For today...Monday, October 12

Outside my window...dusk is falling, mosquitos are hungry

I am thinking...about this quote, "Gratitude glues to God and silence lets annoyance mount the steps and I should have kept the door shut with the thanks." and Ann's wise words.

From the learning rooms...History - finishing up WWII, Science - the micro world of rocks, Language learning - making flashcards to help us remember feminine, masculine, and neuter and listening LOTS

I am thankful for...a sweet church in Memphis who blessed us with new technology

From the kitchen...yogurt and granola parfaits for breakfast, leftovers for lunch, curried chicken with raisins & apples (an old Williams' family favorite) for supper with chef Olivia

I am wearing...denim skirt with white flowers & paisleys topstitched on it, a white sleeveless knit top, freshwater pearl & garnet earrings, barefooted and hair in a twist

I am reading..."Search for the Source" by Neil Anderson

I am catch up on e-mail soon

I am hearing...Tchaikovsky string quartets, insects humming outside, spoons stirring in the kitchen

Around the house...supper cooking on the stove (it smells great!), kids in the tub, painted rocks drying outside to help Katherine sort colors, a big box of starfruit just harvested from a tree pruned on SITAG property, language learning flashcards the kids made today

One of my favorite things...Bath & Body Works rosemary mint hand wipes

A few plans for the rest of the week...continued shopping for the village and culling everything I need from the internet before we go

Here is a picture thought I am sharing with you:
no pictures on this computer yet, sorry!


quilt-n-mama said...

thanks for sharing about your day! Praying for you tonight friend, hope we can catch up soon!

Nahna said...

Thank you for sharing the Quote and the links therein. I have marked that site in my favorites.

Still rainy here, and very cool. Hope you all have the rain you need. Pray that ours stops. We need the sunshine here.

God bless each of you.

Kecia said...

We loved Search for the Source--used it for our family devotion over the summer, since we didn't finish before we quit doing school for the summer. One of the first book of Sonlight 5, Torches of Joy, is a great follow-up.