Monday, October 26, 2009

Daybook-October 26th

FOR TODAY...October 26th
Outside my window... misty rain, wet ground

I am thinking... how much work I still need to do on the crafts for the church sale

I am thankful for... our homeschool group and choir group

I am wearing... jeans and a shirt

I am remembering... how much I love to decorate for fall and Christmas

I am going...to have less driving this week

I am reading...reading to the kids a book Kingdom's Dawn by Chuck Black

I am hoping... for some sunshine this week

On my mind... my day with my friend Tonja going to one of the local prim shops

From the learning rooms... working through finishing WWI and moving into the Holocaust

Noticing that... the trees are pretty bare around here

Pondering these words... to store up our treasures in heaven

From the kitchen...I think we will be making soup tonight

Around the house... need to do alot of school paper filing and sorting

One of my favorite things . . . baking this time of year

From my picture journal...


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7 comments:

mary'smom said...

I'm glad that you'll have less driving this week. I really don't like driving at all. Thanks for sharing and have a great week!

Mrs. E. said...

Soup sounds good! Chicken noodle is on my list for the week.
Blessed Monday,
Heather

The Adventures of Treasure's Island said...

it's been so long since i made my blog a 3 column blog, but this what i found online - http://btemplates.com/blogger-templates/3-columns/

good daybook!

mom said...

Similar weather here which makes it perfect for soup! Enjoy :-)

Blessings,
Tammy ~@~

LISA said...

Thank you for sharing your daybook.
I would like a little fall in my area, oh well.
Have a blessed week!

Kindra said...

I always feel behind with craft fairs...so you're not the only one. LOL Did you get anything good at the prim shop with your friend?

A Gracious Home said...

We are finally having a nice day. It's wonderful to decorate and bake for our loved ones. I like the picture. I couldn't tell what your daughter was reading. Doylene