Monday, January 24, 2011

FOR TODAY
Outside my window... it is dark and freezing. We were at 12 degrees today and the forecast says 1 degree tonight! BRRR!!!

I am thinking... it has been 14 years today since my eyes first saw my husband.

I am thankful for... 14 years of knowing my husband. He is funny, kind, honest and always determined to do what is right.

From the learning rooms... lots of work- learning sound /k/ spelled c, k and ck, multiplication and lots more. Trying to catch up from the holidays still.

From the kitchen... turkey kielbasa, home fries and broccoli.

I am wearing... jeans, an ivory fleece shirt from Lands End- it is so comfy.

I am going... to a birthday party this weekend.

I am reading... the Bible, Womanly Dominion: More than a Meek and Gentle Spirit.

I am hearing... the vacuum. My husband and son are cleaning up the sawdust from a wood project they did.

One of my favorite things... flannel sheets. Especially on nights like tonight.

A picture for sharing...


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5 comments:

  1. How exciting that the first time you saw your husband was 14 years ago today!! I wonder if I could figure out the first day I saw my husband... how special! :)
    Have a great night!
    Jessica

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  2. That is cold....I can't even imagine. How precious to think of your husband...see your post are taking you down memory lane...flannel sheets, now I haven't had those, but that sounds so warm...have a great week!!

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  3. The book you're reading sounds good!

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  4. Sounds like a beautiful day, Theresa! :o) Thanks for sharing. Mmm...flannel sheets. Even in the South, there is a need for flannel sheets in the Winter. :o) Happy Tuesday!

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  5. Hi, Theresa,
    I'm so glad you've been blessed with a good husband! :)
    Home fries sound so good! I may have to make some of those myself!
    Flannel sheets are one of my favorite things too. ♥

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