Monday, April 13, 2009

The Simple Woman's Daybook

Having a blonde moment, I accidentally posted this to my other blog! Here it is again :)
FOR TODAY April 13, 2009...
Outside my window...the snow is finally starting to melt. Each day, as it warms up outside, I can hear the drip, drip, dripping of snow melting off of my roof. It is music to my ears!
I am thinking...that I can't wait to see my green grassy yard again!!
I am thankful for...a wonderful Easter weekend.
From the learning rooms...the Celts in history and weather/natural disasters in science. We should be done with school in the next few weeks.
From the kitchen...Cereal for breakfast this morning. I cooked breakfast yesterday :)
I am wearing...PJs
I am online family tree to share with family and other researchers
I am our regular set of classes this week - dance, gymnastics, art, Girl Scouts, AWANA
I am history documents : wills, probate records, Civil War pensions
I am hoping...that we can get a bunch of schoolwork done today. The sooner we get through it, the sooner summer break will be here!
I am little ones eating their breakfast
Around the the bathrooms (not my favorite thing to do) and taking boxes of stuff to Goodwill
One of my favorite things...a good night's rest - and I got one! The kids came down off of their sugar highs and crashed last night. Tori usually wakes up once at 1 a.m., but she didn't last night. She slept from 8-8 and it was a beautiful thing :)
A few plans for the rest of the week:Girl Scout derby car races
Here is picture thought I am sharing...

This is what happens when it's almost 50 degrees out in Alaska. My darling daughter decides that it's swimsuit weather!!

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1 comment:

Lisa said...

Hi Jennifer,
I so enjoyed looking around your blog.
I am very thankful to a family that makes the huge sacrafice you are making for our freedom, and happy you are morally supported by the leadership in the state of Alaska.
I laughed at your Daybook and all the spring weather talk.
When the temperature dips to a chilly 50 degrees my children layer sweatshirts, gloves and hats to go out and play.
Keep on keeping on and blessings to you!