Jun 292009
 

FOR TODAY...
 

Outside my window...

... there are pink and floral bed sheets on the clothes line, blowing about with the wind - it's a great time for washing to dry quickly, even if it's cold outside.

The sun is shining again today.
 

I am thinking...

... about how I should be taking time out in the sunshine but how comfortable I'm feeling enjoying it from the inside.
 

I am thankful for...

... the new friends I've made through World Youth Day in Sydney last year.
 

From the learning rooms...

... God has a plan for each of us. We don't always see it this way until further down the track when his plan comes together and we can see it. Sometimes there's a long time in waiting but He makes all things beautiful in His time.
 

From the kitchen...

... it's afternoon tea time so coffee will be brewing any second now.
 

I am wearing...

... black fleece pants, burgundy jumper, patterned pink shawl (trying to let some fresh air in but it's cold), and burgundy head band.

I am creating...

... some tassells for gifts. One is already finished, wrapped and given. I now would like to finish of a few more.

I am praying...

... for some special needs.

I am going...

... to my sister's place tonight, after dinner.
 

I am reading...

... bits and pieces from Bible, decor & business magazines.
 

I am hoping...

... that patient endurance and humble trust will not escape me.
 

I am hearing...

... the wind blowing around the house.
 

Around the house...

... too much to talk about and I don't want to complain so I'm giving it over to the Lord.
 

One of my favourite things...

... having the sun streaming through the windows, warming and lighting up the room. This is always welcomed in winter

A few plans for the rest of the week:

Shopping; Holy Hour and Adoration at the Cathedral followed by dinner & dessert afterwards; Doctors appointment; three work out sessions for the week.


`Here is a picture thought I am sharing...

One tassel finished ...

 

... and wrapped in green tissue paper.

 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.

 

  6 Responses to “Simple Woman’s Daybook”

  1. Those tassels are lovely! I’m sure they’ll be appreciated. Have a blessed week.

  2. I enjoyed reading your daybook and your tassels are so pretty!

    Happy Monday!

    Linda C

  3. You have a clothesline? How bless you are! I dream of a clothesline and one day it’s going to appear, I just know it.

  4. Your tassells are lovely – the recipients of your gifts will be very lucky indeed!

    Thank you for reminding me of this lesson:
    “God has a plan for each of us. We don’t always see it this way until further down the track when his plan comes together and we can see it. Sometimes there’s a long time in waiting but He makes all things beautiful in His time.” and for allowing me to share your hope “… that patient endurance and humble trust will not escape me.”

    Thank you for linking in at Grandmother Wren’s –
    I enjoy your daybook and your site very much.
    I hope that your prayers are brought to fruition very soon.

  5. I love hanging stuff out on the line to dry too. I enjoyed reading your daybook.

  6. Thank you lovely friends – I’m heading off to your blogs now 🙂

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