Monday, March 21, 2011

Simple Woman's Daybook

Outside my window... it was snowing this morning! 75 degrees on Friday and then snow today. It turned to rain and warmed up though.

I am thinking... about how I don't like conflict.

I am thankful for... a husband perfect just for me.

From the learning rooms... the basics, my daughter was crocheting and my son did some crafts.

From the kitchen... steak and melted mozarella cheese on Italian bread from the bakery, broccoli.

I am wearing... black Old Navy pants and a light blue shirt.

I am going... to soccer on Saturday and church on Sunday.

I am reading... the Bible, Womanly Dominion: More than a Meek and Gentle Spirit, Overcoming Fear, Worry and Anxiety by Elyse Fitzpatrick.

I am hearing... my kids practicing soccer (in the living room since it is rainy and wet outside).

One of my favorite things... Guava Cheese Puffs from Entemann's. They are so hard to find. I discovered them about 15 years ago while working in the city. My husband came home with them the other day and I was so excited!

A picture for sharing...

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  1. I don't like conflict either! :)
    What you're making tonight sounds very good!
    I've never heard of those cheese puffs. How nice of your husband to think of you. :)
    Wow, snow this morning! I just posted a picture of my daffodils! :)

  2. Spring is on it's way to you Theresa! Those weird temp changes are a sign! :)

  3. I am so jealous of your snow! I'm sure you're over it at this point, though ;)

    Hope your week is a blessed one!

  4. We've gone back and forth between warm and cold weather for several weeks. It is 80 something today.

  5. oh I am praying against snow! Today is a blustery rainy day and our snow is almost all gone. no more! Supper sounds yummy!

  6. Guava cheese puffs? I neeeeeed to try some!

  7. You always have such yummy things cooking at your house! :)

  8. I hope your warm weather comes back soon! :)


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