Monday, September 15, 2008

Daybook Monday, September 15


Outside my Window... it's cool enough to go for a walk in the middle of the day now. Highs in the 90s are so much more comfortable than highs in the 100s.

I am thinking...I haven't announced a winner for the free book giveaway! Perhaps in an hour or two.
From the learning rooms...my 2nd grader started swimming lessons today--her first ever.
In History this week we'll be learning about the American Flag. We'll start Science this week (need to finish those lesson plans...).
I am thankful for...home and safety.

From the kitchen...I thawed out hamburger, and I purchased red potatoes and mushrooms. I trust my husband to make something lovely out of them for dinner tonight. If only I had bought green beans we could have shepherd's pie.
I am wearing...a turquoise shirt and brown shorts.

I am reading...The Unknown Ajax, Georgette Heyer. A little romance, a lot of history, and a bit of adventure in the Jane Austen era. Written by a British lady in the 1930s or 40s, I believe.

I am hoping...we have a chance to go to the library today. How the Irish Saved Civilization is waiting for me there.

I am creating...ideas for my next Bible study, and handouts for the current one.

I am hearing...a singing girl in the bathtub.

Around the house...so much to do. Vacuum, scrub, fold, nap.
One of my favorite things...is a homemade hazelnut latte.
A Few Plans For The Rest Of The Week...teaching Bible study, exercising, sorting outgrown clothing, NOT spending money.
Daybook Monday is hosted here.

1 comment:

tracy said...

Your "plans for the rest of the week" are double dittoed to mine. I really, really enjoyed your daybook.