Monday, February 23, 2009

Monday's Simple Woman's Daybook

Check out The Simple Woman's Daybook and take a little look into the day plans and thoughts of those of us who are focusing on simplicity...the beauty of the everyday moments around us.

Here is my Daybook entry for today ~ Feb 23rd 2009

Outside my window. . .its a cheerful, sunny almost-spring afternoon. Ashleigh is running around the front yard...jumping rope with little friends.

I am thinking. . . about what a great weekend-getaway we had. 2 days & nights in Branson.
From the learning room. . . well, we didn't get to school today. Unpacking and catching up on laundry! Maybe tomorrow?

From the kitchen. . . meatloaf with a new seasoning mix I picked up at the Amish Country Store. Trying to decide on how to fix the potatoes....probably baked. Corn on the cob sounds good :)

I am wearing. . .volleyball t shirt and yoga pants. Stretchy & comfortable...will be needing maternity clothes soon!

I am going. . .to plan a Comedy/PJ night for next week's MOPS meeting. We'll have pajama contest, popcorn, and I'm trying to get a hold of Anita Renfroe's new dvd.

I am reading...emails, and The Simple Woman's Daybook blog

I am hoping. . .to have enough energy left this evening to get on the treadmill.

I am hearing. . .the ice cream truck coming down the street! How am I supposed to convince my kids it is TOO COLD to eat ice cream?!

Around the house. . . suitcases still need unpacked.

One of my favorite things. . .a store we discovered in Branson - Bath Junkie - where you pick from hundreds of essential oils and they mix up whatever bath-type product you your fragrance & color.

A few plans for the rest of the week. . . making a menu-plan for the rest of the week, grocery shopping, starting a new book, our church's 30-somethings get-together where we will create amazing and crazy hamburger toppings (kinda like a Fuddrucker's theme)

Here is a picture thought I am sharing... while in Branson, we visited the Titanic Exhibit. The tour was about 90 minutes long and very, very, neat. Brought history to life. Was fascinating and sad at the same time. I will say, I had a very emotional time getting through the tour! sigh...pregnancy hormones :)

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