The Simple Woman’s Daybook: February 6, 2012

Simple Woman's Daybook

FOR TODAY February 6, 2012

Outside my window… cloudy and chilly (at least to me). We might get some showers which would be great because we need the rain but not so great because it might cancel PT tomorrow.

I am thinking… that there has to be a middle ground between keeping one’s mouth shut so as not to offend anyone and this which is rage-filled yelling.

I am thankful… for my massage last Friday.

In the kitchen… Jon cooked up a ton of stuff for himself for the Super Bowl yesterday.

I am wearing… my preeclampsia survivor shirt and capri sweats.

I am creating… this entry. πŸ™‚

I am going… to Bible study tonight. It’s Men’s Night Out so I’ll be taking Daniel with me. The ladies love him so it should be OK.

I am wondering… when my stomach will calm down. Evil antibiotics! (I can hear my mom’s voice telling me to start eating some yogurt to build my intestinal flora back up.)

I am reading… Still: Notes on a Mid-Faith Crisis by Lauren Winner. It’s a bit of a tough read because I can identify with many of the things she says even if I’m not in the same circumstances.

I am hoping… we do end up having PT tomorrow — it’s been two weeks since Daniel’s last session.

Around the house… next question!

I am pondering… my Quick Takes for this week.

A favorite quote for today… “An explanation of cause is not a justification by reason.” — C.S. Lewis

One of my favorite things… my new laptop. πŸ™‚

A few plans for the rest of the week: PT tomorrow, speech on Wednesday, OT on Thursday, and nothing on Friday.

A peek into my day… Someone likes his bottom shelves of our bookcases.

Naptime in the bookcase.

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2 thoughts on “The Simple Woman’s Daybook: February 6, 2012

  1. I’m so glad I found your blog again! I used to read you regularly, but then I fried my computer, lost my links, and never really sought out the blogs I used to follow.

    My life has been in a state of change recently, and I remembered that even without us communicating directly, you had a way of making me see things from a fresh perspective, which I appreciated. I’m glad I was able to find your blog again.

  2. LOVE that picture!!! Absolutely precious… one you’ll look back at years to come and cherish. It cracks me up how kids can fall asleep places like that! So sweet!

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