Outside my windows… it’s dark so early since the time change this weekend! Can’t say I love that result.
Inside my house… a candle is burning and the hamburger for tonight’s tacos is defrosting in the microwave.
Counting 1000 gifts… houseplants blooming on the kitchen windowsill, despite the cold outside.
Prayers of the heart… for people traveling, and that I’ll write the things I need to this month.
What the (not quite so) little ones are up to… hanging out in the living room playing games, reading, and working on projects while I type and make dinner.
From my playlist… Main Theme from “The Right Stuff”. I’ve got a thing for epic soundtracks…
From my reading list… Reading? But it’s NaNoWriMo month. I’m still chipping away at The Minimalist Home, and you can look for a review in December.
From my needlework basket… Fingerless mitts and a scarf. Both are easy projects that I can work on while watching TV with Aaron in the evenings. Sometimes simple knitting is best because it lets you unwind.
In the learning room… I’m having fun listening in on Munchkin’s Biology and American History lecture videos!
Random ramblings… I wrote 15 words on my NaNo project today. Just 15. My total is still at just shy of 16,000 words though. I don’t think this project will hit the 50K goal, but the point of it wasn’t a word count, it was telling a story that I’d never dared sit down and write out from start to finish. I wrote some hard chapters in the first five days of November. Now, I’m at the chapter where my best friend became my better half. It’s one of the best parts of my story, so you’d think that it would be easy to write. Maybe I just needed a day to breathe before I switch from writing about some ugly things that happened, to writing about someone who still makes me smile. In any case, I’ll pick up writing more tomorrow. Tonight, I’m going to have tacos and hang out with my kids for a while.
Profound ponderings… “Isn’t it funny how day by day nothing changes, but when you look back, everything is different…” – C. S. Lewis
Caught on film…