28 July 2008

The Simple Woman's Daybook

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 ~ Monday, 28 July, 2008 ~

 Outside My Window...sunrise

I am thinking...what can i give my oldest for her 18th birthday next week?

I am thankful for...God's mercies, which are new every morning

From the kitchen...fresh bread for snack this afternoon

I am wearing...my pj's and robe

I am creating...a shopping list

I am going...grocery shopping

I am reading...The Voyage of the Dawn Treader aloud to my children

I am hoping...for at least one day this week when i will not have to go anywhere

I am hearing...the hum of the air conditioner

Around the house...the weekend mess awaits our attention

One of my favorite things...two this week ~ getting caught in a rainstorm with my three younger children & IKEA dream~shopping with two of my girls

A Few Plans For The Rest Of The Week:  

cleaning focus: kitchen ~ decluttering focus: laundry ~ a special teatime with Frap

Here is a picture thought I am sharing with you...

I found this photo at  stock.xchng


mamasmurf said...

Sounds like a busy, family-filled week! Oh, how I love to go IKEA dream-shopping!


Sandra said...

Great daybook, love the photo you shared :)

Anonymous said...

What a nice daybook! As I have been reading through others I am always amazed at how parallel they run. I just got back from my grocery trip, and yesterday was "shopping" with my son through the IKEA catalog. Have a great!

sonoranstamper said...

Great daybook!!

I'm with ya the 'going nowhere' thing!! Seems as if my 'free' days have a way of filling themselves up!!

We have an IKEA here in the valley and I just love it!!

Didn't have one of those near us when I was young and newly married!!! I'm making up for it now!!

Hope you had a great time there!!

Thanks for sharing,


Susan (A Happy Heart at Home) said...

Thanks for sharing your Daybook. Our middle daughter turned 18 last September. We got her a pair of earrings with small diamonds in them.



Thia said...

I love the quotes you have in your sidebar. A few of them are going into my quote book.