Outside my windows… the snow has reached the window in the office. At least it’s good insulation!
Inside my house… my IT staff and Mr. Q are building a stand to put our mailbox on. Why would they be doing it in the middle of the winter you ask? Because three times last week the snowplow creamed out mailbox and the last time it cleaned it off the post and crunched it up nicely. The idea is that a moveable stand will allow us to move it out of the way. We have the worst luck with mailboxes.
Counting 1000 gifts… thankful that I have some great memories…
Prayers of the heart… I have a doctor’s appointment this afternoon. Those always make me nervous for some silly reason. I always pray a lot over doctor’s appointments!
What the (not quite so) little ones are up to… Munchkin was quite excited to receive a magazine in the mail today! She’s reading it right now.
From my playlist… Time That is Left by Mark Schultz.
From my reading list… How to Catch a Prince. It’s the third book in the Royal Weddings series. Sounds like fluff, I know, but the books in the series all have a spiritual depth to them that I appreciate. This most recent book is my favorite though!
From my needlework basket… is it any surprise that I’m knitting mittens and wool socks?
In the learning room… I’m trying to come up with a fun book or project to break up the monotony of winter. Anyone have a great suggestion for me?
Random ramblings… Thinking about Mom this week. Her birthday was February 26th. I’ll always be thankful for that last birthday dinner and evening spent playing cards and laughing.
Profound ponderings… “Write hard and clear about what hurts.” – Ernest Hemingway