Wednesday, September 5, 2012

My Simple Woman's Daybook - September 5, 2012


Outside my window...It is cloudy and 80 degrees.  I thought we might get some rain today but I guess not.  It really is a perfect transition day from summer to fall.

I am thinking...many thoughts swirling around my head.  I'm wondering how our Katie who is in the Air Force is doing.  I'm also wondering where my journal is as I seem to have misplaced it.

I am thankful...for having such a wonderful group of children in my religious education class today.  Today was the first day for the school year.

In the kitchen...we are having leftovers tonight.  I have some leftover ribs, chuck roast and baked macaroni and cheese.

I am chocolate skirt and blouse as I taught class today.  I wanted to look nice.

I am creating...nothing at the moment.  I have some fabric to make into slips for the outdoor furniture as well as make some outdoor pillows.

I am write a book.  I've started it's draft.

I am reading...and studying Proverbs 31.

I am hoping...and praying for Katie and Eric.

I am looking forward to...Katie coming home from the Air Force in November.

I am learning...How to write a book.

Around the house...I'm tired and did not sleep well.  The house didn't get its usual attention today.

I am pondering...How do I respond to people?  I was asked today what I do during the day.  I said,"I cook and clean and spend time in my garden.  I also love to sew."  They replied, "Great, then you can help me sew my daughter's first communion dress.  We'll make it from my wedding gown."

A favorite quote for today...

One of my favorite things...getting to sit and write.

A few plans for the rest of the week...Take Cindy our beagle in for lab tests.  Nothing exciting really.

A peek into my day...I didn't sleep well last night so I just didn't move as fast or get much done.  Did 2 loads of laundry.  Took a nap.  Taught 1st grade religious education.  We are having leftovers for dinner tonight.


Mrs. Mom said...

I sometimes wonder how to respond to people in situations similar to yours. Something I will continue to ponder.

I will say a prayer for your Katie too...

Karen said...

I have often wondered the same thing---how do you respond to people like that?? So, what did you do? :)


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