Monday, November 30, 2009

My Simple Woman's Daybook {November 30, 2009}


I found the Simple Woman's Daybook through my friend's blog and thought I'd give it a try. It seemed like a fun thing to do. You can find the outline for this blog idea at The Simple Woman's Daybook.  This website is not longer available.




For Today:

November 30, 2009

Outside my window the trees are changing colors.

I am thinking about my children and wondering how their lives are changing daily.

I am thankful for God's many blessings in keeping them safe and sound.

From my learning I am realizing that I can manage to learn something new even as I grow older.

From the kitchen, deer sausage was for dinner and I think it turned out well.

I am wearing my Mother is Another Word for Love shirt and shorts because it's warm inside and I'm don't feel well.

I am creating ornaments for christmas, redecorating the house, and creating many thoughts in my blogs.

I am going to bed before much longer. Busy day tomorrow.

I am reading many different things online lately.

I am hoping for my kids to come home to live with me soon.

I am hearing the movie I've been wanting to watch on television.

Around the house, I have a lot to do. Christmas to finish, dishes to wash, rooms to paint and laundry to get done.

One of my favorite things, is hot cocoa in the Winter time.

A few plans for the rest of the week:
Tuesday: Shopping with Ms. Jean, Parenting Class in the afternoon
Wednesday: Cleaning house, Paint coat 2 in the bathroom
Thursday: Grocery shopping with Mamaw, Breakfast out
Friday: Date with Josh, College
Saturday: Family Time, painting in the house
Sunday: Church, Family time

Here is a picture thought I'm sharing:
Belle Isle, South Carolina, Water, Cypress Trees

3 comments:

  1. I love your Daybook. Simply beautiful. xox

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  2. Wow- what an interesting way to get a great post!

    My aunt and uncle live in Pawley's Island so I'm guessing you're about spittin' distance from them. We stayed in Georgetown in some condos when we went to visit a couple of summers ago.

    Thanks for following my blog- I'm excited to have you along for the ride!

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