Monday, February 09, 2009

Daybook for Monday 9th February

Peggy over at the Simple Woman's Daybook hosts these daybooks, run on over for a look :)


Outside my window...
it's warm and sunny. It is only getting warmer this week... I'm raedy for spring!

I am thinking...
that I need to work on my sister's card... I just need to think up a design!

I am thankful for...
warm weather in winter. It helps us to get through the cold weather better :)

From the learning rooms... need to catch up with literature... planning on reading extra this week.

From the kitchen...
salmon. Shopping on Sunday makes this a regular Monday thing :)

I am wearing...
jeans and a red stripey shirt. I'm saving all my skirts for the warm days mid-week ;P

I am creating...
a card for my sister and an anniversary card for DH AND some swap gifts. need to get cracking! :)

I am going... nowhere. except maybe for a walk :)

I am reading...
some magazines and art books...

I am hoping...
to get those cards done!!

I am hearing... silence- the kids must be up to something.

Around the house...
craft works and some dusting upstairs ;)

One of my favorite things...
spring flowers. I've been watching...

A few plans for the rest of the week: Our 10th anniversary and a homeschooler valentine's day party!!

Here is picture thought I am sharing...

Spring Dreams :)


  1. I have tried to make cards, not enough patience :).
    Enjoyed your blog!

  2. Lovely drawing...wish there were a few real ones in bloom around here!

    Thank you for sharing your daybook, blessings throughout the week!

  3. What a beautiful picture!

    I know what you mean about the quiet. It's so nice to have silence and then in the middle of enjoying it you start wondering what the kids are doing that they don't want you to hear.



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