March 23, 2010
Outside my window...the snow has melted, and we have a lake at our house. It is gorgeous outside and around 68 degrees.
I am thinking....I need to take a nap after not sleeping good last night, before I go to my bible study.
I am thankful ...that this week is Spring Break. We get to spend some quality time together.
I am wearing...An Arkansas Razorback hoodie, jeans, and tennis shoes. I'm sure I have mud on me somewhere after our picnic and snowball fight.
I am remembering...how good it feels to be outside in the sunshine and fresh air. I loved hanging out with the family today.
I am creating... a bathroom makeover and a garden.
I am going...to load all the pictures I took from our trip to Terra Studios.
I am reading...The Bible in 90 Days and The Excellent Wife by Martha Peace. I am not going to achieve reading the Bible in 90 days, I'm too far behind, but I'm enjoying spending time daily with the Lord, and I will read the bible through this year!
I am hoping/praying...that my sister's mother-in-law is continuing to do better after a she had a wreck last week.
On my mind...our country's health care system that passed and what that means.
From the learning rooms...Caden is reading lots of books for 'Book It' this week. The boys are really getting into Shiloh when I read it to them every night. For the past two chapters, the boys say, "nooooooo...don't stop", at the cliff hangers.
Pondering these words ..."I think I can, I think I can"...from The Little Engine That Could. Giving myself a pep talk!
From the kitchen...almost completely deep cleaned and organized...almost.
Around the house...I've decided on my colors for the bathroom! That is half the battle. Michael picked up the paint for the walls; however, I still need to do the prep work.
One of my favorite things...is taking pictures.
A few plans for the rest of the week...date night, bible study, baseball practice, work on the bathroom.
From my picture journal...
This is what I saw when I walked outside yesterday. No beaches to bury daddy in the sand, so let's bury him with snow!
This is what our side field looks like once we returned home today.
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