The Simple Woman’s Daybook



FOR TODAY 
June 9, 2008

Outside My Window… I can see the chives waving in the wind; it is preparing to rain.

I am thinking… I am thankful for a dear friend who has given us the gift of volunteering to babysit tomorrow, so that Calvin & I can have a date together.

I am thankful for… My joyful little girl who is enjoying reading a cookbook.

From the kitchen… Banana Bread is baking in the oven, and we just ate Homemade Granola, topped with homemade yogurt and sliced strawberries.

I am wearing… A long April Cornell dress from the thrift store (a muted paisley print of sage, pink, and cream) with bare feet (as usual)

I am creating… Cloth Napkins for our dinner table (and learning how to do a blind hem stitch on my sewing machine)- see photo below.

I am going… To do grocery shopping today, in preparation for our trip.
 
I am hoping… Our car gets repaired today.

I am hearing... Wondrous Love (Barry & Shelley Phillips) CD playing

Around the house… The lettuce and tomatoes are growing well.
 
One of my favorite things… Hearing the windchimes ringing in the breeze.

A Few Plans For The Rest Of The Week… Pack suitcases to visit family, and clean out the refrigerator before we leave.

Here is picture thought I am sharing… Some of the cloth napkins:

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