Monday, August 25, 2008

Daybook Monday

Outside my Window... 94 degrees and a tiny hint of fall in the air

I am thinking... we haven't invited anyone over to dinner for awhile

From the learning rooms... my oldest is still working on her first grade math book. I think we'll start preschool for the two littlest next week.

I am thankful for... my husband's job and his commitment to provide for us.

From the kitchen... I started making kombucha last week and we had our first taste yesterday. Not bad at all!

I am wearing... purple t-shirt, black yoga pants

I am reading... Vittoria Cottage, by D E Stevenson. Her books are set in the World War II era, and most of them are set in small towns of Scotland.

I am hoping... to organize a file box for the notes I'm taking for my next Bible study.

I am creating... a simple scrapbook with Celtic prayers and inspirational quotes.

I am hearing... Sesame Street "Dancing with Triangles"

Around the house... much organization needs to happen

One of my favorite things... is coffee with milk and honey

A Few Plans For The Rest Of The Week... a little shopping and a library trip. And getting the children back in Chore Routine.

The Simple Woman's Daybook is hosted here.


We are THAT Family said...

I love the way you wrote this post!

Heather said...

Have never tried coffee with milk and honey--I usually have mine black.:)

DebD said...

did someone say.."small town" and "Scotland" in the same sentence!?!? I'll have to go check out these books.

I hope you'll have a chance to share your scrapbook with us when you're done.

Enjoy Your Simple Woman's day.

flmom said...

Reading about your scrapbook brought a smile to my face. I've been collecting pictures in anticipation of starting a scrapbook full of quotes. :-)

Georgetta Nextdoor said...

Some of D E Stevenson's books are set in England, but many of them are in Scotland. My favorite is Miss Buncle's book, but I also highly recommend Listening Valley, Still Glides the Stream, Green Money, and The House on the Cliff.

Sleepy Cat Hollow said...

I'm off to check out those books too! :) Thank you for posting them.