Jul 272009
 

 

FOR TODAY
 

Outside my window

… It’s dark and cold outside. The verandah light is on - we usually have it on at night until bedtime…. nothing much is happening out there. We've had rain on & off during the day but all is quiet now.
 

I am thinking

… about tomorrow's plans.
 

I am thankful for

… our warm and cosy home.

From the learning rooms

… Justice - getting what you deserve

... Mercy - not getting what you truly deserve.

... Grace - receiving what you don't deserve.
 

From the kitchen

… pea & ham soup; thick toasted bread.
 

I am wearing

… black track pants and black 'v' neck top.

 

I am creating

… a new blog post, lol.

 

 I am praying

… for a friend who is recovering from surgery and another friend who is studying overseas.

 

I am going

… to see if there's anything worth watching on TV tonight..... doubt it though.
 

I am reading

… nothing.
 

I am hoping

… that patience will not escape me because sometimes it's too hard to hang on.
 

I am hearing

… mum coming home from the Rosary.
 

Around the house

… dishes need clearing, floor needs vacumming, sheets need changing on my bed.
 

One of my favourite things...

… snoozing on the beach on a gorgeously sunny and warm day.

A few plans for the rest of the week:

A funeral to go to tomorrow; more cleaning, sorting, tidying; doctor appointment; a letter to write.

 

`Here is a picture thought I am sharing

 

 … This delicious feast was consumed one night after a visit to St. Patrick's Cathedral for Adoration. It was shared between five of us..... needless to say that nothing was left on the plates.

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If you would like to join in, please visit Peggy, who hosts The Simple Woman’s Daybook, and also check out other Daybook entries.

While Peggy is taking a well deserved break from her daybook,  Grandmother Wren will be hosting it so we can meet up with those who wish to continue their daybooks until Peggy’s return.

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  2 Responses to “Simple Woman’s Daybook”

  1. We’ve had a lot of rain too. Thankful for it though; we had a very dry winter and were on water restrictions for awhile. Not necessary anymore, praise God.

    Thanks for sharing your daybook. Have a blessed week.

  2. Rain is a blessing. Thank you for visiting Arlene 🙂

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