For Today…March 16, 2010
Outside my Window…nighttime, breezy and a brisk 46 degrees.
I am thinking…it’s too late to be blogging, but I’m doing it anyhow, after playing all my ‘Scrabble’ moves on Facebook, and reading everyone else’s news.
From the learning rooms…I owe sweet rolls to some of the students with whom I work for earning perfect scores on their math work. This is quite an accomplishment for kids who have trouble learning.
I am thankful for…my daughters doing the dishes tonight, even though they are busy, too.
From the kitchen…I made homemade whole wheat bread tonight, and Lydia made some delicious no bake cookies for dessert.
I am wearing…jeans and a cozy sweater top.
I am reading…recently finished reading The Conqueror by Georgette Heyer. I learned a lot about William the Conqueror who became King of England in 1066. I had to move out of my ‘comfort zone’ to read a book so full of bloodshed and human suffering. Perhaps the fact that one of my favorite authors wrote the book helped me to stick with it.
I am hoping…to feel better tomorrow, as I’m finally sick with the cold and sore throat that’s making the rounds of our family.
I am creating…this blog post.
I am hearing…the jingle of a kitty’s bell as she runs around upstairs.
Around the house…a forsythia bush is planted, and two box bushes. My friend who has a small nursery business will have lavender for sale soon, which I want to purchase and plant as well.
One of my favorite things…is relaxing at the end of the day by playing word games such as Scrabble online.
A Few Plans For The Rest Of The Week…Tomorrow I’m going to an awards ceremony for two of our high school girls. On Thursday our youngest son has AAU basketball practice, and on Friday his choir travels to be judged on their performance.
Here is a picture thought I am sharing with you…
This family portrait is about three years old now. Guess it’s time to get another one done!
Are you content to linger on the simple things of life…then join me in taking a little look into the day plans and thoughts of those of us who are focusing on simplicity…the beauty of the everyday moments around us. That is my vision for this idea!