Monday, November 2, 2009

The Simple Woman's Daybook #1

FOR TODAY... Nov. 2, 2009

Outside my window... The leaves from the trees are swaying

I am thinking... About the things am supposed to do for the week

I am thankful for... For my DS's 11th birthday and God's provisions for it

I am wearing... A pink shirt-dress with Tinkerbell in front of it

I am remembering... The days when my DS was just a 3-year old toddler

I am going... To start walking with a friend starting this week

I am reading... Bad Dogs Have More Fun by John Grogan

I am hoping... For abundant blessings from the Lord

On my mind... Is a big wide manicured garden with lots of fragrant roses around it

From the learning rooms... Formal Chess training for my DS, and some exercises on Subtraction with regrouping for my DD

Noticing that... Climate change is greatly affecting so many lives and we need to pray more because of this

Pondering these words... The entrance of Your word gives light -- Psalm 119:130

From the kitchen... Beef Calderetta, Misua Soup and Chopsuey

Around the house... The kids are busy doing their own stuff and DH in the Library uploading some birthday pictures from yesterday

One of my favorite things... Relaxing on a windy porch with white wicker chairs overlooking a rose garden

From my picture journal...

Thanks to Peggy for allowing me to take part in The Simple Woman's Daybook. Blessings and have a great week, everyone!


  1. The tulip pictures are beautiful. I enjoyed reading your daybook. I hope you start your walking program. It's great for you. Have a wonderful weekend, Doylene

  2. Hello Doylene, the tulip picture, together with the other flower photos on this blog are part of my "purified imagination" / prayer thoughts of what I hope to have someday (A big garden full of them!). They are from the personal collection of Gregory N. Robinson of BC, Canada. Thanks for enjoying my Daybook, and yes, I do hope to start on my daily walks; I need to manage my weight because of Type 2 Diabetes. Have a great weekend too, God bless!