The Simple Woman’s Daybook—February 2

The Simple Woman’s Daybook—February 2

For today … Presentation of the Lord, Candlemas

Outside my window … bright sunshine; clear, blue skies; white snow
I am thinking … that I need to pick up my 4-year-old from preschool soon
I am thankful for … my husband’s job
From my kitchen … dishwasher still needs to be unloaded; candlelight dinner of chicken and rice and simple, but special dessert
I am wearing … favorite green, cowl-neck sweatshirt, long-sleeved tee, jeans, floral socks, brown-sueded slippers
I am reading … Common Sense 101: Lessons from G.K. Chesterton; I just checked out a bunch of other books from the library, so I have a decision to make—what to read next!
I am hoping … for a fun evening of catch-up with my neighbors
I am creating … a pink “scarf,” a Valentine tree (idea here)
I am hearing … my daughter’s Leapster and her talking with an imaginary friend named “Ruthie”
Around the house … laundry, laundry, laundry to do; girls’ beds to be made; library books to sort
One of my favorite things … a Sunday date with my husband
A few plans for the rest of the week … get out Valentine decorations, watch Lost on Wednesday night, have family-friends over for dinner Saturday night (haven’t seen them in about three years!)
Here are picture-thoughts I am sharing …
 
(I like how the sun is melting the snow/ice on our deck railing. Snowflakes hang from our patio door that my six-year-old and I made on a day when she was the only one home—a rare occurrence.)
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One thought on “The Simple Woman’s Daybook—February 2

  1. sarah, i’m loving you more everyday. thanks for your kind words, very sweet and so appreciated. and you are right, the universality of a mother’s love is, i think, what bonds us together as friends.
    i could feel myself being lifted up by all the prayers and i am so thankful to GOD for the gift of caring friends. it was amazing that i had friends, from here, contact me today to offer support and love as well, so i really feel like this, and everything, is i God’s hands.
    anyway, good nite. i am soooo tired. it has been a long day.
    and btw. i am a lost junkie too. except my hubby and son are ahead of me and so now i am and forever seem to stay LOST!
    AND my little one has an imaginary friend too. he was playing tictactoe by himself the other day and he brought me the paper and said “how do you write pedro? because that is my friend’s name and he won, so i want you to write it right here…..” he is the funniest thing sometimes. a bit of a stinker too, but he is STILL the baby.
    ok, now bye for REALS this time!

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