The Simple Woman's Daybook~ September 8

For Today: September 8, 2008

Outside my window...it's a hot, sunny day.

I am thinking...about how good it feels to have a productive morning. :)

I am thankful for...being married to a man who loves his family so very much.

From the kitchen...the weekly menu is on the fridge. Tonight we'll be having tacos with all the fixings. Sure beats that oh!-my!-it's-5 o'clock-what-in-the-world-are-we-going-to-have-for-supper moment of panic. :)

I am wearing...a pastel striped shirt, khaki skirt, and brown sandals.

I am creating...a list of books to order from the library.

I am going...to go visit my mom in a little while.

I am reading...in my Bible: Revelation; just for fun: Homespun Gifts from the Heart.

I am hoping...that there are still some fresh tomatoes left when I get to the produce stand.

I am hearing...birds tweeting outside.

Around the house...I've gotten a lot done today! Both the upstairs and downstairs have been vacuumed, two loads of laundry have been cared for, the bathrooms have been cleaned, the downstairs has been dusted, and the kids rooms have gotten an extra tidy from Mom. I think they'll be surprised when they get home from school and find that I cleaned their rooms for them today. ;)

One of my favorite things...talking with my husband about his day.

A few plans for the rest of the week...school, housekeeping, storytime at the library, piano lessons, and birthday parties.

Here is a picture thought I am sharing...
gardenias in bloom

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Monday, September 08, 2008
The Simple Woman's Daybook~ September 8
For Today: September 8, 2008

Outside my window...it's a hot, sunny day.

I am thinking...about how good it feels to have a productive morning. :)

I am thankful for...being married to a man who loves his family so very much.

From the kitchen...the weekly menu is on the fridge. Tonight we'll be having tacos with all the fixings. Sure beats that oh!-my!-it's-5 o'clock-what-in-the-world-are-we-going-to-have-for-supper moment of panic. :)

I am wearing...a pastel striped shirt, khaki skirt, and brown sandals.

I am creating...a list of books to order from the library.

I am going...to go visit my mom in a little while.

I am reading...in my Bible: Revelation; just for fun: Homespun Gifts from the Heart.

I am hoping...that there are still some fresh tomatoes left when I get to the produce stand.

I am hearing...birds tweeting outside.

Around the house...I've gotten a lot done today! Both the upstairs and downstairs have been vacuumed, two loads of laundry have been cared for, the bathrooms have been cleaned, the downstairs has been dusted, and the kids rooms have gotten an extra tidy from Mom. I think they'll be surprised when they get home from school and find that I cleaned their rooms for them today. ;)

One of my favorite things...talking with my husband about his day.

A few plans for the rest of the week...school, housekeeping, storytime at the library, piano lessons, and birthday parties.

Here is a picture thought I am sharing...
gardenias in bloom

Thanks for reading my Daybook! For more Daybook entries, visit The Simple Woman.

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5 Comments:
Blogger DebD said...
I love productive mornings too, and I have so few of them :)

Tacos- yum, yum...its one of my family's favorite.

Blogger Nancy M. said...
I really enjoyed your daybook today.
I also enjoyed watching you and your daughter make apple crisp. I happen to love that also!! Thank you for sharing. Mrs. M.

Blogger Kelli said...
Wonderful daybook, Mrs. C! I hope you have a wonderful week and thank you for sharing your gorgeous gardenia!
~Kelli

Blogger rolicreps said...
Wow you got alot done! Thanks for sharing your day!

In Christ
Lisa

Blogger Pam said...
Ain't nothin' like those big ol' garden maters is there!? My cousin owns tomatoe fields and a packaging plant in Ruskin. Do you get any tomatoes from there?

Is that lovely gardenia from your own yard? My favorites! When I taught school in Port Charlotte, my "beau" at the time had gardenias in his yard. He would bring one to me each morning, which gave my classroom the most glorious fragrance all day long!

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