Tuesday, March 03, 2009

A simple Womens Daybook.



FOR TODAY March 3rd, 2009...

Outside my window...it has been cloudy all day. We even had some rain earlier. The clouds are starting to lift now though.

I am thinking...It is March already. I went to write February when I wrote todays date.

I am thankful for...Mass this morning. I am hoping to take the children every day during lent.

From the learning rooms...We are continuing on with our Lenten program.

From the kitchen...Chicken snitzel's tonight for tea. YUM.

I am wearing...A tan blouse, 3/4 denim pants, socks and runners.

I am creating...The plan for our end room.

I am going...no where special this week.

I am reading...Nourishing Traditions still.

I am hoping...that our car repairs will not be too much.

I am hearing...Steve is playing Command and Conquer.

Around the house...The younger children and Daniel are in bed, Madeline and Brigette are doing their homework and I am on the computer.

One of my favorite things...chocolate.

A few plans for the rest of the week: Pick up the car tomorrow. Keep on with our Lenten program and have a fun family long weekend.

Here is picture thought I am sharing...



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