The Simple Woman's Daybook~ 3.2.09

FOR TODAY~ March 2, 2009...
Outside my window...it's sunny and cool. I am thinking...about what a blessing it is to serve Jesus. I am thankful for...the funds that our church's radio station raised during its annual Restoreathon. From the learning rooms...we're finishing up The Snowy Day and our snow theme. Today's cold weather should make it a little bit more interesting. From the kitchen...cereal, a pink grapefruit, and a cup of English breakfast tea. I am wearing...a black skirt, a burgundy sweater, and my warm slippers. I am creating...a shopping list and menu for the week. I am reading...in my Bible: Psalms; just for fun: Creating a Beautiful Home by Alexandra Stoddard. I am hoping...that my hubby quickly gets over whatever he came down with yesterday. I'm also hoping that he doesn't share it with the rest of us. I am hearing...the radio and the dogs barking. Around the house...vacuuming, laundry, and dusting downstairs. One of my favorite things...watching the steam rise from the pond early in the morning. A few plans for the rest of the week...lessons with Lil' Nut, grocery shopping, a trip to the library, baking, a ladies' fellowship, and gardening research. Here is picture thought I am sharing...
Bookworm...always reading.:)
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Thank you for reading my Daybook! You can read more entries at The Simple Woman.

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Monday, March 02, 2009
The Simple Woman's Daybook~ 3.2.09
FOR TODAY~ March 2, 2009...
Outside my window...it's sunny and cool. I am thinking...about what a blessing it is to serve Jesus. I am thankful for...the funds that our church's radio station raised during its annual Restoreathon. From the learning rooms...we're finishing up The Snowy Day and our snow theme. Today's cold weather should make it a little bit more interesting. From the kitchen...cereal, a pink grapefruit, and a cup of English breakfast tea. I am wearing...a black skirt, a burgundy sweater, and my warm slippers. I am creating...a shopping list and menu for the week. I am reading...in my Bible: Psalms; just for fun: Creating a Beautiful Home by Alexandra Stoddard. I am hoping...that my hubby quickly gets over whatever he came down with yesterday. I'm also hoping that he doesn't share it with the rest of us. I am hearing...the radio and the dogs barking. Around the house...vacuuming, laundry, and dusting downstairs. One of my favorite things...watching the steam rise from the pond early in the morning. A few plans for the rest of the week...lessons with Lil' Nut, grocery shopping, a trip to the library, baking, a ladies' fellowship, and gardening research. Here is picture thought I am sharing...
Bookworm...always reading.:)
~~~oOo~~~
Thank you for reading my Daybook! You can read more entries at The Simple Woman.

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8 Comments:
Blogger "Miss" Anita said...
The name of your blog caught my attention when I saw your link on "Mr. Linky" at the Simple Woman's Daybook. (Chattanooga has an annual festival called Riverbend.)

I think it's interesting that we both put something about a radio station's fund-raiser.

HSB Suzanne (aka Miss Anita)

Blogger HsKubes said...
I enjoyed reading your daybook.
Hope you enjoy your week!
~ Christina

Blogger Mommy said...
Bookworm and I have lots in common. ♥

Yes, I made the cakes, it's pretty easy to tell, lol!

Tiny Boy and Bean were thrilled with them though!

Blogger Arlene said...
Aww, she's just like her mama with her love for books! :o)

P.S. Have you gotten around to reading The Centurion's Wife yet? If you haven't, I just wanted to tell you that it is a little slow-going at the beginning -- I think because there is so much history involved, the writers were really trying hard to set the stage. But, once it really picked up, I couldn't put it down!

Blogger Valerie said...
I hope you have a fabulous week, Mrs. C! :)

Blogger Faith said...
I'd love to be doing what Bookworm is doing right now! not to mention I"d love your weather!! enjoyed your daybook

Blogger Mrs. C said...
I'm Mrs. C, too, so it was fun to click over here to see what you wrote. Enjoy your gardening research. I'll be doing that this week, too. Have a wonderful week!

Blogger Michele said...
These Daybooks are always *such fun* to read!

I wanted to pop by and thank you for the sweet comment you left for me on my blog today. We've known each other for quite some time in Blogland and you've been such a blessing to me. (o:

Blessings,
Michele

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