Monday, May 11, 2009

Daybook



Outside my window... gray, with more rain coming and grass that really needs to be mowed.
I am thinking... about my to-do list
From the learning rooms... nothing! We are taking a break before we begin our "summer session" in a couple of weeks.
I am thankful for... time with family this weekend. I am thankful that I could spend part of Mother's Day weekend with my Mama and that my kids could enjoy their cousins while the adults visited.
I am praying... for a safe, relaxing vacation.
From the kitchen... clearing out the rest of the left-overs before we go on vacation. I will be baking a batch of chocolate chip cookie bars later as a special request from my mother-in-law.
I am wearing... my jammies.
I am reading... ??? I'm going to the library today and will hopefully find a couple of good, relaxing books for the trip.
I am hoping... for nice weather this week.
I am creating... not much other than working on plans for school.
I am going... to take D for a re-check with the doctor to make sure his wheezing is better and see how long we will need to do breathing treatments.
I am hearing... the washing machine.
Around the house... things are coming together, but still lots to do before we leave.
One of my favorite things... watching my kids and their cousins do the things that my brothers' and I did when we were kids ... especially when they are all together playing in the same places we did.
A few plans for the rest of the week... not many plans for this vacation ... just to go with the flow and be relaxed.
Here is a picture thought I am sharing with you...
This picture is a couple of years old, but the kids are playing on the tire swing that has been around since I was a kid. It was out in the woods on our property when I was a kid, but a few years ago my brothers moved it to the back yard so even the littlest kids can enjoy it.

Be sure to visit Peggy for more daybook fun. I hope everyone has a wonderful week!

2 comments:

forever I am His said...

happy upcoming vaction!

theoldmasonjar said...

What a great picture thought and story!