The Simple Woman's Daybook~ September 22

For Today: September 22, 2008

Outside my window...there are a few gray clouds, but the sun is starting to peek through them.

I am thinking...how nice it would be to go back to bed. ;)

I am thankful for...our military. Last night at church a missionary from Armed Forces Baptist Missions shared his ministry. I was reminded how important it is to pray not just for the safety of those serving our great country, but for their spiritual salvation as well.

From the kitchen...more banana bread! I'm going to add some walnuts to this batch.

I am wearing...an orange skirt; a blouse with lots of tan, orange, and pink; tan sandals.

I am creating...my list of books to read this fall.

I am going...to eat lunch with my three older kids at school today.

I am reading...in my Bible: Esther; just for fun: All She Ever Wanted by Lynn Austin.

I am hoping...that my expecting friend has an easy delivery. She's two weeks away from her due date, but the doctor thinks it will be soon. :)

I am hearing...Buddy barking at every car that drives past our house.

Around the house...laundry; a ton of ironing (that's what happens when you get a little lazy); deep cleaning the master suite.

One of my favorite things...homemade butter creme frosting.

A few plans for the rest of the week...work on a couple of church-related projects; learn with my preschooler; story time at the library; write a few letters; help Bookworm gather resources for her science project; catch some sunshine out by the pool.

Here is a picture thought I am sharing...
~~oOo~~

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Monday, September 22, 2008
The Simple Woman's Daybook~ September 22
For Today: September 22, 2008

Outside my window...there are a few gray clouds, but the sun is starting to peek through them.

I am thinking...how nice it would be to go back to bed. ;)

I am thankful for...our military. Last night at church a missionary from Armed Forces Baptist Missions shared his ministry. I was reminded how important it is to pray not just for the safety of those serving our great country, but for their spiritual salvation as well.

From the kitchen...more banana bread! I'm going to add some walnuts to this batch.

I am wearing...an orange skirt; a blouse with lots of tan, orange, and pink; tan sandals.

I am creating...my list of books to read this fall.

I am going...to eat lunch with my three older kids at school today.

I am reading...in my Bible: Esther; just for fun: All She Ever Wanted by Lynn Austin.

I am hoping...that my expecting friend has an easy delivery. She's two weeks away from her due date, but the doctor thinks it will be soon. :)

I am hearing...Buddy barking at every car that drives past our house.

Around the house...laundry; a ton of ironing (that's what happens when you get a little lazy); deep cleaning the master suite.

One of my favorite things...homemade butter creme frosting.

A few plans for the rest of the week...work on a couple of church-related projects; learn with my preschooler; story time at the library; write a few letters; help Bookworm gather resources for her science project; catch some sunshine out by the pool.

Here is a picture thought I am sharing...
~~oOo~~

Thank you for reading my Daybook entry! To read more, visit The Simple Woman.

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10 Comments:
Blogger Jen said...
I second the "I am thinking" entry! Thanks for visiting my blog!

Blessings,
Jen

Blogger Sharon said...
I just started participating in this today and smiled when I saw your picture thought. It looks almost like mine. :)

Have a blessed day!

Blogger UKZoe said...
I have a friend who works as an army chaplain and I totally agree with you.

Blogger Mishel said...
Sounds like a wonderful day ahead...

Blessings!

Blogger flmom said...
Banana bread with walnuts sounds divine to me right now. Good comfort food...........

Blogger Kelli said...
Lovely daybook, Mrs. C. I hope you have a blessed week!
~Kelli

Blogger Sandra said...
Great daybook :)

Blogger Nancy M. said...
Thank you for sharing your daybook.
The bread sounds so good. Have a wonderful evening!

Blogger Chyrll said...
Thanks for sharing your day with everyone. I love Banana Bread and love to make it. Thanks for stopping by my blog.

Blogger Sis. Julie said...
I enjoyed reading that. Thanks for sharing!

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