Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Simple Woman's Daybook

Outside my window... hold on...I have to get up and check....well what do ya know! It stopped raining! (it started yesterday at about 4:30 and was STILL raining when I got the mail late this morning)
I am thinking...of quotes to use in a photography book for a six month old girl
I am thankful new Dyson
From the kitchen...fixin's for chili, but we won't eat it until tomorrow night
I am wearing...a Wisconsin Football sweatshirt from college and some maternity pants. (don't judge - they're really just old navy drawstring pants)
I am creating...besides a photography book? A wedding proof site.
I am going...nowhere. Campground is open and we have to be home every day.
I am reading...the Jesus Storybook Bible. I read so many books to the kids last night that my voice was almost gone. It didn't stop me from reading as much as I could from the JSB. It's SOOOO good and Sam is captivated by it.
I am get some checks in the mail soon.
I am hearing...the dryer.
Around the house...other than the dryer, it's quiet. PapaBear took the kids out for the day so I can get some work done.
One of my favorite things...listening to Sam talk about his latest obsession - snakes.
A few plans for the rest of the week: T-ball starts tomorrow, dinner with girlfriends on Thursday, field trip on Friday, my first evening program on Saturday, and planting the garden on Sunday.
Here is picture for thought I am sharing...the Mother's Day card I made for the mother's in our family using Shutterfly.

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  1. It is raining here too... the chili sounds yummy... the card is adorable... and I still have some maternity shorts I wear for bed or around the house! :)

  2. What a beautiful card...I really should have thought of something clever to make.

  3. that card is amazing! You have SUCH a good eye.


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