Wednesday, November 30, 2011

The Simple Woman's DayBook

Outside my window...It is sunny and cold. 

I am thinking...That Bug needs to get up so we can get going on school....

I am thankful...For an amazing husband.

From the learning rooms...Weaver Vol. 5, Chapter 9.
Yesterday we learned about topographical maps and causes of weathering. 

In the kitchen...Coffee. 
Trying to decide what's for dinner now that I have used up all the turkey? 

I am wearing...Black plaid fleece, blue jeans, tennis shoes.

I am creating...List of Christmas goodies to make.

I am going...To be herding the kids upstairs to school soon!

I am wondering...Why SO many movies have to be cluttered with nasty language?

I am reading...The Shack - hope to finish yet this week.
Farmer Boy
My side of the Mountain
The Wedding Dress 

I am hoping...God provides Good Ole Boy with a better job.

I am looking forward to...Getting our Christmas Tree!

I am hearing...The Young Riders on Netflix.

Around the house...It's looking like Christmas!

I am pondering...Gift giving this year.

One of my favorite things...Snuggling with my girls.

A few plans for the rest of the week:Girl Scouts, Work, Getting our Tree, Seeing Santa, Christmas Parade, Visiting the Alpaca Farm, & Church.

Here is picture for thought I am sharing...



  1. Hi Country Girl,

    I have been reading your blog for awhile now, and less than a few months ago I stepped into the blogging world myself (I'm not so good, or consistant in this arena, but here I am) ~ it has actually taken me a long while to figure out how to post on other's blogs (how sad and goofy is that? Maybe I shouldn't be so completely honest with you folks - I'm embarrassing myself ...); anyway -

    I was drawn to your blog simply by the title, and then was pleased to discover that you too are a country girl at heart. I would be so happy if my family could be in the country with farm animals and living off the land. I signed up for your blog emails and I enjoy reading about your family. I've been praying for Good Ole Boy and I also pray all is well with both of you!

    Enjoy reading The Shack. For personal reasons I couldn't read this book for a long while, then a pastor's wife encouraged me to do so. I'll look forward to your thoughts ... honestly, I'm not sure what mine are on this book and obviously I can't go into as you're still reading it!

    Have fun getting your tree!


  2. Why, Thank you Sandi! I appreciate your comments. :) I'm so glad that you have been visiting and I SO appreciate your prayers! I look forward to checking out your blog!