Monday, December 8, 2008

The Simple Woman's Daybook #8



FOR TODAY : December 8, 2008
Outside my window...Snow, snow, and more snow.
I am thinking... that I wish my conversation with Andy had gone better this morning. His internet connection was bad and I felt like I was talking to Max Headroom on the webcam :) We couldn't even get a full sentence out to each other. At least I got to see him though.
I am thankful for...a good night's sleep - finally
From the learning rooms...still working on Ancient China and the Earth.
From the kitchen...cinnamon rolls for breakfast this morning.
I am wearing...jeans and a pink shirt.
I am creating...not much today. Just trying to get schoolwork and some chores around the house done before classes.
I am going...to the girls' last dances classes. It's "parent observation week", so hopefully I'll be able to get some good pictures :)
I am reading...nothing. I haven't had much time to read this week.
I am hoping...that my feet feel better. I missed a step walking down the stairs yesterday and I landed on my big toe/side of my foot. It REALLY hurts this morning when I move it or walk.
I am hearing...a Thomas the Tank Engine video. I am trying desperately to keep Nick busy while the girls are working on their math.
Around the house...more presents to wrap, a couple of packages to get ready for the post office (not looking forward to waiting in line...)
One of my favorite things...taking pictures of the kids
A few plans for the rest of the week:I am hoping to take the kids to "Christmas in Ice" here in North Pole.
Here is picture thought I am sharing...
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3 comments:

~~gail~~aka: mooselovingmamabear said...

Praying that your foot feels better and that the next phone call goes "lots" better.

Have a great week...

Anita Ann said...

Sometimes webcams just stink at what they are supposed to do.

Elizabeth said...

Hope your foot feels better. We don't always have luck with our web cam either when we talk to our daughter and her husband, who live about nine hours from here.