From: The Simple Woman’s Daybook
Outside my window…the darkness and relative quiet of 11:00 PM…a time I cherish in its peacefullness.
I am thinking…about what it will take to sleep without the interuptions of memories.
I am thankful…for my family’s health and love.
In the kitchen…the dishes are washed and the floor awaits deep cleaning!
I am wearing…my comfy plaid pajamas my mother-in-love gave me for Christmas.
I am creating…a memory on my blog page…then scarves for Special Olympics.
I am going…to a reunion of the girls’ chorus I was in in high school – hooray!
I am wondering…why some memories won’t stay in the past.
I am reading…John Sanford’s latest, Shock Wave.
I am hoping…my mother-in-love’s health improves.
I am looking forward to…may parents’ birthday party in February (75 and 80)!
I am learning…patience…the hard way.
Around the house…I see a disaster zone which needs addressing desperately.
I am pondering…how to keep up with the visits I need to make to the sick.
A favorite quote for today…”These are the days when the Christian is expected to praise every creed except his own.” —G.K. Chesterton
One of my favorite things…being alone in a quiet house.
A few plans for the rest of the week: My reunion, Weight Watchers meeting, doctors appts.
A peek into my day…get Isabella ready for school, get myself ready for the day, try to keep up.