Daybook for September 6th


Outside my window… Sunshine, breeze and blue sky.

I am thinking… about the new Priest who will be arriving in Lee come March.

I am thankful for… the faith of my daughter.

From the learning rooms… we will be starting later than I’d planned, but that’s alright.

From the kitchen… Tang, believe it or not! Saw it at the grocery store and had to pick some up.

I am wearing… gray knit pants and a t-shirt because nothing fits anymore!

I am creating… a super-secret knitting project… shhhhh!

I am going… to be so happy to see my husband when he gets home!!!

I am reading… everything in the house this weekend. I seem to read a LOT when Aaron is not home.

I am hoping… for more temperate temperatures this week.

I am hearing… a slightly quiet house at the moment, but it might not last long!

Pondering these words… “If you become obsessed with the enemy, then you become the enemy.”

Around the house… I need to find the energy to tackle a few projects around the house.

One of my favorite things… comfy office chairs.

A few plans for the rest of the week: I’ll be deciding what kind of cake to bake for my sister’s birthday. There are so many options that look yummy! One in particular caught my eye in the BH&G magazine…

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3 Replies to “Daybook for September 6th”

  1. Is this the first time that you’ve referred to your upcoming March due date?? Congratulations, and if this is not the first mention of the new little Priest, please accept my apologies for such a delayed acknowledgment!

  2. I’ve been debating when I should announce our happy news, and finally decided to do it today. Thank-you for the congratulations! We are very excited!

  3. Yay for March babies . . . so hard to keep such good news secret for long, eh? Moyer was born March 20, and it was such a great time for a newborn–still cool enough to snuggle in the sling comfortably, but growing warm enough for lots of walks with him! Keturah being born in December was a different story . . .

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