Monday, December 31, 2012

Come and Get it!

This weeks menu

Monday
Breakfast - Doughnuts & OJ
Dinner - Fried chicken & Fries

Tuesday
Breakfast - Eggs & Sausage
Dinner - Pork, Turnip Greens & Black Eyed Peas

Wednesday
Breakfast - Eggs & Toast
Dinner - Venison, Squash & Veggies

Thursday
Breakfast - Pancakes
Dinner - Spaghetti

Friday
Breakfast - Eggs & Toast
Dinner - Hoppin' John?

What's on your menu this week?

COUNTRY GIRL


Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Come and Get It

This weeks menu ~

Monday
Breakfast - Sausage, Eggs & Pancakes
Dinner - Bean soup with Ham and Rolls

Tuesday
Breakfast - Eggs & Toast
Dinner - Tacos, Refried Beans, Chips and Salsa

Wednesday
Breakfast - Fruit & Toast
Dinner - Chicken, Squash, Veggie, Pasta

Thursday
Breakfast - Cold Cereal
Dinner - Leftovers/on your own

Friday
Breakfast - Eggs & Toast
Dinner - Venison Steaks, Rice, Peas

What's on your menu?

COUNTRY GIRL

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Come and Get It!

This weeks menu ~

Monday
Breakfast - Corn Meal Mush
Dinner - Venison Fry Meat, Yellow Rice, Veggies

Tuesday
Breakfast - Fried Corn Meal Mush with Maple Syrup
Dinner - Turkey Soup

Wednesday
Breakfast - Sausage and Toast
Dinner - Venison Steak, Squash, Veggies, Pasta

Thursday
Breakfast - Pancakes
Dinner - Leftovers as Sis has a Royalty Obligation and then there is that Parents Group for Einsteins Program....

Friday
Breakfast - Eggs & Toast
Dinner - Civil War Unit's Christmas Party! 

What's your menu look like this week?
We were given two deer so our menus will probably consist of a lot of venison for awhile!


COUNTRY GIRL

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Making Your Home a Haven Challenge Week 2

My peppermint swirl candle has been flickering on the stove.
Love love love the pepperminty aroma! 
I've been praying as often as I remember for peace.
Have you been following Courtney?
I am looking back at week two. 


This week’s challenge:
Play soft music everyday in your home. Choose worship, classical or another form of peaceful music that the family enjoys. I’ll be playing Christmas music! Focus on using peaceful words and maintaining peaceful relationships. Work on gentleness this week.

Well this first part is pretty easy! 
We have been playing Christmas music the past week! 
Sis pulls up youtube on the wii and has a Christmas playlist that we have been using almost all day, every day! 
I love Christmas music, even singing about snow is fun (regardless of how I feel about real snow, fake snow in songs just goes with the season!).
The second part however.....
It's SO SO SO difficult to use peaceful words when you live with a constant tormenter!
Sarcasm, Defiance, Nit picking, Arguing, Insults, etc.
It's constant. Its annoying. Its a real DOWNER. 
How do you stay happy, cheerful and loving in light of this?
Like Courtney says,
I need to work on
*Guarding my tongue
*Overlooking Insults
*Using tongue to bring Healing
*Guarding my Mouth
*Being Slow to Anger
*Giving Gentle Answers
*Using Restraint

Wow. That is a tall order it seems! 


COUNTRY GIRL

Monday, November 19, 2012

Come and Get it!

This week's menu ~ 

Monday
Breakfast - Oatmeal and plums
Dinner - Venison fry meat, yellow rice and peas

Tuesday
Breakfast - Eggs and Toast
Dinner - Chili and Cornbread 

Wednesday
Breakfast - Bacon and Eggs
Dinner - Free meal at a local restaurant? 

Thursday
Breakfast - Pancakes if feeling energetic, 
If not - Toast
Thanksgiving Dinner at my moms, 
which will include - 
Turkey, Venison roast, Potatoes, Squash, etc. 
And B-day cake for Hunny

Friday
Breakfast - Eggs
Dinner - Leftovers, lol.

What's your menu look like this week?

COUNTRY GIRL


Tuesday, November 13, 2012

The Simple Woman's DayBook


For Today

Outside my window...It is dark, cold and windy.
Had snow last night.

I am thinking...Of how cold I am.

I am thankful for Bug.

In the kitchen...My candle is glowing.
All the lights are off, dishes have been done, closed for the night.

I am wearing...Blue fleece sweatshirt, over a black t-shirt, blue windpants, tennis shoes and wrapped in a comforter.

I am creating...a list of possible Christmas gifts to make.

I am going...To try and make more gifts this year from the heart.

I am wondering...Why some "friends" change into people you don't even know? How does that happen?

I am Reading...
Village Life in America
Mine is the Night
By the Shores of Silver Lake - school
In His Steps - school
The Robe - school
The Diary of Remember Patience Whipple - school
Indian In the Cupboard - Lit with bug

I am hoping...That our finances improve.
Good Ole Boy hasn't been working much lately.

I am looking forward to...Bed.
Einstein had us up until after midnight last night and I had to get up at 5:15 this morning so starting to drag here.

I am learning...More about goats.
For instance, I learned about Star Gazing.
It's like cribbing in a horse.
Who knew?! 
Guess what? 
Chip does this. 
I always thought he was stretching,
 or looking at branches just out of reach. 
Nope.

Around the house...Its pretty quiet. 
Still fighting with Hunny on bedtime but all the rest are in bed and Good Ole Boy is watching the A-Team on Netflix.

I am pondering...Thanksgiving and Hunny's birthday.

A favorite quote for the day...


One of my favorite things...Taking pictures.

A few plans for the rest of the week...School, Parent Group for Einstein, Field trip, Dinner with Friends, Church.

A peek into my day...
Dixie



COUNTRY GIRL

Making Your Home a Haven 2012 Challenge

Running behind schedule as usual, I am just now getting to look at this challenge.
What does that tell you?
 This *IS* a CHALLENGE! 

Once again, I will be joining Courtney over at Women Living Well for this fall challenge.

Here's the challenge for week 1 ~
Go buy an extra large candle and light a candle everyday in your home. I will be starting mine in the morning! But you can start yours at dinner time. Do what makes sense for your family. I will be placing mine in the kitchen – the main hub of my home. Each time the candle catches your eye, say a prayer for peace in your home.  

Peace.
Our home is often anything but peaceful.
There is often so much tension.
But when I look upon a flickering candle...
It's so pretty.
So relaxing.
It is peaceful.


So today I dug out a candle and lit it.
The delicious scent of peppermint has been wafting through the house all day.
Now to be working on praying for peace.


COUNTRY GIRL

Monday, November 12, 2012

Come and Get It!

This weeks menu ~

Monday 
Breakfast - Toast
Dinner - Burgers, Mac and Cheese and Beets.

Tuesday
Breakfast - Oatmeal & Fruit
Dinner - Chicken, Squash, Green Beans and Potatoes.

Wednesday
Breakfast - Eggs & Toast
Dinner - Chicken Soup and Biscuits.

Thursday
Breakfast - Pancakes
Dinner - Hot Dogs and Fries.

Friday
Breakfast - Eggs 
Dinner - Pork Chops, Yellow Rice, Greens, Carrots.

What's on your menu?

COUNTRY GIRL

Voyager News - October Edition

  ~ ~ ~ SET SAIL FOR A LIFETIME OF LEARNING ~ ~ ~

October. A crazy month!

Weaver Vol 5, Ch 12 
Passover.
Days 16 - 20 (finished).

Bible lessons have been in Matthew and then review.
The review was great as this chapter has lasted SO long!

Social Studies continued learning about the war up to 1916.
We discussed weapons of war and how drastically warfare has changed from the Civil War with the new inventions in weaponry and technology. We learned of President Wilsons Peace Plan, and about many innovations and inventions during this time period.

~ READ ALOUDS ~
By the Shores Of Silver Lake Ch. 1 - 4
In His Steps Ch. 14 - 18
The Robe Pgs. 113 - 152

We haven't gotten much of our other sciences done this month, some minor things and review time mostly.

In Art we have worked with the mediums of Pastel Chalk and Black Markers. 

PE has been soccer, running, bike riding and wii fit/sports.

Lit with Bug has been continuing Indian in the Cupboard and we have read Ch 11 and 12 this month.
For Sis, we have only done lesson 51, but she has read a bit more of Jane Eyre and has been working on lots of writing assignments.
Hunny is still not extremely structured but has been reading very well.

Home Ec was lots of baking for a Civil War event, cookies and making Cinnamon Crusties.
We have also been really busy crafting, knitting and sewing, and doing deep cleaning, reorganizing and decorating.

In Calligraphy we have worked on Ch 4 and 5.

We also participated in a Civil War Muster which was three days of Living History, Drama, Nature Study, and PE. 

We had a Homestead Work Day and completely cleaned the shed, packed up summer outdoors things, cleaned the chicken coop, packed both the coop and goat shed with straw, cut down some trees, etc. 

19 School Days this month.
(36 total)

COUNTRY GIRL

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

The Simple Woman's DayBook



For Today

Outside my window...It is a crisp, cold morning. Everything is brown, there are leaves scattered all around.
By the door is this wreath Bug made.

I am thinking...About this election.
We will be deciding the fate of our country today, that is a big responsibility. I pray that as a nation, we choose God honoring leaders and laws. 

I am thankful...For the men who have sacrificed to give us the freedom to vote for our leaders.

In the kitchen...Coffee. 

I am wearing...Black fuzzy plaid shirt, Blue jeans, tennis shoes, Shawl and Prince Aiden is laying on me.

I am creating...Quite the list of things to make.

I am going...To vote!


I am Wondering...How come all three dogs have ear infections?

I am reading...
Village Life in America...
Mine is the Night
By the Shores of Silver Lake - School
In His Steps - School
The Robe - School
Indian in the Cupboard - Lit with Bug

I am hoping...Sis feels better soon!

I am looking forward to...Learning about goats this weekend.

I am learning...More of the same.

Around the house...Pretty much all of the Halloween things have been packed up and taken back downstairs. Working on the Thanksgiving decorations. Having a lazier morning and girls are still in pjs and hidden among piles of blankets and pets.

I am pondering...The future of our Nation.

A favorite quote for the day...


One of my favorite things...The smell of a campfire. 

A few plans for the rest of the week...Cleaning/Decorating, Doctoring, School, Group for Einstein, and 4-H Goat Training.

A peek into my day...
My baby girl not feeling well.
The Dr said there was anti-swelling medication in the IV and not to expect much until Wednesday night/Thursday....I sure hope she doesn't swell more! 
She also has bruising along her cheeks and is in a lot of pain. 
It makes me so sad to see my kids hurt.

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COUNTRY GIRL



Monday, November 5, 2012

Come and Get it!

This weeks menu! 

Monday
Breakfast - Toast/Bagels/English Muffins
Pretty much on own as I was getting Sis ready and out the door for her wisdom teeth extractions! (and she couldn't eat)
Dinner - Goulash & Cheddar Herb Scones.
(THANK YOU to the D family!)
Sis gets Chicken Noodle Soup...

Tuesday
Breakfast - Scrambled Eggs & Toast
Sis gets Chicken Noodle Soup...
Dinner - Hamburgers on incredibly yummy Ciabatta Rolls, Mashed Neeps & Taters with gravy, Turnip Greens and Carrots.
Sis can have the mashed potatoes and/or Chicken Noodle Soup...


Wednesday
Breakfast - Eggs & Bacon
Sis can eat the eggs and will see how she feels about the meat...
Dinner - Steak, Pasta, Purple Mustard Greens, and Beets.
Sis should be able to at least have some pasta, will have to see how everything else is but good Ole Boy bought oodles of soup just in case....

Thursday
Breakfast - Pancakes? Or Oatmeal.
Dinner - On own - Sandwiches, Soup, leftovers.

Friday 
Breakfast - Eggs and Toast
Dinner - Good Ole Boy and I will be gone for 4H Training, 
Einstein will be at the Ranch,
Hunny and Bug will be with Grandma
and Sis will be at friends.

I'm really excited about this week! It sounds so yummy! 
Or maybe it's just because I'm hungry and need to go heat up dinner?

What's on your menu?


COUNTRY GIRL

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

The Simple Woman's DayBook


For Today

Outside my window....It's cold, rainy and WINDY!


I am thinking...About School

I am thankful....That we didn't have to deal with this hurricane.

In the Kitchen...Coffee.

I am Wearing...Old gray BUM sweatshirt over a pink t-shirt. Cuddle Duds under ripped up jeans and tennis shoes. Also wearing my shawl and wristers and have my hair done in piggy braids just cuz.

I am Creating...Dog Sweatshirts. Working on Ahnnadewahi's right now - SO cute!



I am going...To continue reaching out to others.

I am Wondering...How we will make our bills this winter.

I am Reading...
Village Life in America...
Mine is the Night
By the Shores of Silver Lake - School


In His Steps - School
The Robe - School
Indian in the Cupboard - Lit with Bug

I am Hoping...Things improve with Einstein.

I am looking forward to...Being Warm.

I am Learning...Sewing, Knitting and more about 1800's Life.

Around the House...Most of the Outside stuff is done, just a few more things to put away before snow. Pumpkins are on the dinning room table waiting to be carved. Laundry is going.

I am Pondering...Why my computer keeps crashing?

A Favorite Quote for today...



One of my Favorite Things...Tornados from the gas station. I KNOW they are unhealthy but I just LOVE the spicy ones!

A Few Plans for the rest of the Week... School, Trick or Treating, Stained Glass Class for Sis, Parents Group for Einsteins Program, Cleaning/Redecorating the house, Church, Surgery for Sis.

A Peek into my Day...

Prince Aiden is clingy today.

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COUNTRY GIRL

Monday, October 29, 2012

Come and Get It

This week's menu - 

Monday
Breakfast - Oatmeal with bananas and/or plums
Dinner - Steak (both beef and venison) with onions and LOADS of garlic, acorn squash, Brussels sprouts and brown rice pasta.

Tuesday
Breakfast - Eggs
Dinner - Stuffed Peppers & Salad

Wednesday
Breakfast - Sausage & Eggs
Dinner - Hot Dogs, Fries & Green Beans
Happy Halloween!  

Thursday
Breakfast - Pancakes
Dinner - Sandwich & Chips
Busy night of running and meetings.

Friday
Breakfast - Eggs
Dinner - Chicken Pocket Pies with Butternut Squash, Spinach & Swiss Cheese. (don't these sound YUM?!)
Probably will have extra squash and spinach with this as well.

What's on your menu this week?


COUNTRY GIRL

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

The Simple Woman's DayBook



FOR TODAY

Outside my window...It's a so-so day. It was very foggy this morning and while that has cleared up, its kinda blah. It has warmed up though and feels pretty nice out there.

I am thinking...How to reach out to others.

I am thankful...For friends who love us.

In the kitchen...We made Cinnamon Crusties for Home ec so now the kitchen is messy with dishes in the sink! Have a pretty candle burning on the stove and chicken thawing.

I am wearing...White Halloween Sweatshirt, Blue Jeans and tennis shoes.

I am creating...A dog hoodie. At least, I am hoping to create one! I have most of the pattern cut out of paper - just need to finish that and then start with fabric. 

I am going...To get the chicken coop cleaned out soon!

I am wondering...Why I am SO tired?!

I am reading...Village Life in America 1852 -1872.....

Mine is the Night
By the Shores of Silver Lake - School
In His Steps - School
The Robe - School
Indian in the Cupboard - Lit with Bug

I am hoping...Unemployment arrives this week! Good Ole Boy hasn't had hardly any work this past month and while we haven't brought much money in for some reason the bills keep coming. Sigh.

I am looking forward to...Gettysburg

I am learning...Knitting, Sewing and more about the 1800's.

Around the house...Sis is on the phone - waiting on her to do calligraphy. Good Ole Boy is sleeping in the recliner and Hunny put something on Netflix. Laundry is going and all the dogs are curled up sleeping.

I am pondering...What I can do to help our family?

A favorite quote for today...



One of my favorite things...4H workshops! 

A few plans for the rest of the week: School, Fall Party at friends, Alpaca Farm Visit, Church, & Soccer.

A peek into my day...


Meeting our new grandson! 



COUNTRY GIRL

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

The Simple Woman's DayBook





FOR TODAY

Outside my window...
Its dark, windy and chilly.

I am thinking...
That summer really is over....I know it shouldn't be a surprise but its just so....depressing!

I am thankful...
For the Colonels wife for making me a wool cape for this weekend.

In the kitchen...
Good Ole Boy made pasties for dinner (yum!) and Einstein is doing dishes. We also have 100 lbs of potatoes sitting by the pantry.

I am wearing...
Long sleeve tan shirt (got yucky lettuce juice on the tan corduroy button up I was wearing over it), blue jeans, socks, tennis shoes, wristers, a blanket and my new cape. Yep, my toes and fingers are numb and I am STILL cold!

I am creating...
Lists to get done for this weekend.

I am going...
Camping! In October! In a tent! What am I thinking?!

I am wondering...
How to stay warm.

I am reading...
Jane Eyre - should be finished, just got a few chapters left
Mine is the Night (yeah, I forgot where I put this one....it was in my CW trunk)
By the Shores of Silver Lake - School
In His Steps - School
Indian in the Cupboard - Lit with Bug
Village Life in America 1852 - 1872 Including the period of the American Civil War as told in the diary of a school girl by Caroline Cowles Richards

I am hoping...
That we have beautiful weather this weekend.

I am looking forward to...
Spring?

I am learning
... About drying potatoes.

Around the house...
Deep cleaning and fall decorating. Bug has made me some really pretty autumn wreathes - so far one for the back porch and one for the chicken coop. I need to get pictures of them tomorrow.

I am pondering...
How long before Einstein realizes his behavior is serious and needs changing?

A favorite quote for today...


One of my favorite things...
Pasties. They are just really yummy.

A few plans for the rest of the week:
Baking, packing, School, Sewing, Reading and the Civil War Muster.

A peek into my day...
 Sis and Warrior Poet at a local homecoming parade.



 COUNTRY GIRL

Sunday, October 7, 2012

Voyager News - September Edition

~ ~ ~ SET SAIL FOR A LIFETIME OF LEARNING ~ ~ ~

Our first month was pretty different. 
We spent our first day just having an overview and then walking to the millpond for a photo shoot.
 Then we also had our homeschool groups kickoff event.

Again, we started school in the middle of a chapter. 

Weaver, Vol. 5, Ch 11
Passover.
Again, we do Weaver three days a week.
This month we have done days 8 - 15.

Our Bible lessons have been from Matthew and we have been discussing the few days right before the crucifixion.

In Social Studies we have been learning about life after 1865 up to WWI.
We have talked about inventions and got to sample some fun ones, like malted milk balls and chewing gum. 
We have learned about the Allies, Central Powers and discussed President Wilson.

~ Read Alouds ~ 
On the Banks Of Plum Creek Ch. 32 - Finish
In His Steps Ch. 6 - 13

The other subjects (which are alot!) -
 Bug has General Science.
We have finished module 1.
Both girls have Chemistry and we did a lot of review.
Calligraphy we have done Ch. 1 - 5 (some was review).
Art we have worked with Charcoal and Pastels. 
Latin we spent some time reviewing.
 Sis is learning Sign Language and has been working on Ch. 1
PE has been walking, running, riding bikes, playing on the wii and soccer.
Lit with Bug. Currently we are reading Indian In the Cupboard, and have read up through Ch. 10.
Lit with Sis, we reviewed Frost and then have worked on lessons 48 - 50.
Lit with Hunny hasn't been to structured yet.
Psychology with Sis. Ch 1 - 3. 
Home Ec we have done lots of baking for Civil War Events like bread, banana bread, zucchini bread, cookies, tea cakes, scones, etc. and then we learned how to make oven fried chicken.
Geography has been tied in quite a bit with Weaver and then we've played some State/capital BINGO. 

We participated in a Civil War Muster, which was four days of Nature study, physical ed, living history, and drama.

Sis's beau, Warrior Poet is involved in a Barbershop group. He took us out for a day of culture.
It was GREAT! 

We have also had many Dr appointments and quite a few court dates that have interfered with school. 

17 School Days this month.

COUNTRY GIRL 

Thursday, October 4, 2012

Home Sweet School 2012

Wow. I can't believe another school year is here! 
I can't believe school has been in session for a month! 
WOW!
Time sure flies! 

My homeschool voyagers of 2012-2013

Sis is 15 and a Junior.

Bug is 12 and in 7th Grade.

Hunny is 7 and in Second Grade.

We are planning an amazing year together! 

Einstein age 16 and a Sophomore. 
Although he started the year in our public school, 
we've been dealing with some pretty extreme behaviors and he is currently attending a court ordered day treatment program so his schooling in done there. We hope that he will be able to finish the program and return to his regular school yet this year. 

Did you take first day pictures? 
The girls and I had a GREAT time on our photo shoot! 
Something we need to do more often.

COUNTRY GIRL

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

The Simple Woman's DayBook





FOR TODAY

Outside my window...
The sun is shining and it feels like a brisk fall morning.

I am thinking...
That I need to make breakfast - starting to get hungry!

I am thankful...
That my family has a home.

In the kitchen...
Coffee is on, dishes are done, all is well.

I am wearing...
Old black work jeans, black t shirt hoodie and tennis shoes.

I am creating...
A chemise for civil war reenacting.

I am going...
To finish deep cleaning the dining room (almost done!), clean up around the magnolia garden, work on my chemise and finish my book (I hope!) today.

I am wondering...
How to fit it all in! haha

I am reading...
 
Jane Eyre
On the Banks of Plum Creek - School read aloud
In His Steps - school
The Robe - school
Indian in the Cupboard - Lit with Bug

I am hoping...
To get a LOT done today!

I am looking forward to...
Next weekends CW event.

I am learning
... How to sew.

Around the house...
Good Ole Boy is on a fire run, Einstein is off for his program, Hunny is still asleep but everyone else is up. 

I am pondering...
What I will use to keep me warm camping next weekend?

A favorite quote for today...
"Love is not a feeling, but a constant decision." - Unveiled Wife

One of my favorite things...
A chance to snuggle under a blanket, with dog and cat curled on my feet and lap, with a good book and cup of coffee.

A few plans for the rest of the week:
School, cleaning/decorating for fall, sewing, reading, parents support group for the program Einstein is in, Sis is in a parade and preparing plans for next weekend - including a cartridge rolling party with the group.

A peek into my day...
 Not a great picture of Cassidy, but she is so sweet. As soon as I walk into the coop, she jumps right up to visit.



COUNTRY GIRL 

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Come and Get It!

~ This week's menu ~

Monday 
Breakfast - Eggs & Banana
Dinner - Tacos, tortilla chips, refried beans

Tuesday
Breakfast - Toast
Dinner - Stir Fry

Wednesday
Breakfast - Cold Cereal
Dinner - Leftovers - or- hotdogs, yellow rice and veggie

Thursday
Breakfast - Whatever needs used up

~Heading out to civil war event ~

Tentative menu
Dinner - 'steak', potatoes, veggie (corn on the cob if I can find it affordable!)

Friday
Breakfast - Bacon & Eggs
Dinner - Sausage and Cabbage

Saturday
Breakfast - Scotch Eggs
Dinner - Rabbit Stew
(Or other stew if we don't have time to butcher)


What's on your menu?

COUNTRY GIRL 

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

The Simple Womans Daybook



FOR TODAY

Outside my window...
It's dark.

I am thinking...
Why do we have to get up so early? Or at least, why can't it be daybreak when we do?

I am thankful...
For my daughters.

In the kitchen...
Coffee. A few things left to prepare for the freezer. Beans.

I am wearing...
PJs and a blanket. 
Waiting for the shower to be available...

I am creating...
Still working on school planning.
Now, I am prepared for this week, actually mostly prepared for this month, but I'd really like to try and plan out the whole year more or less. I've never done that before.

I am going...
To try and keep us on track. Including start times (seeing as I'd rather be heading back to bed right now!), this year.

I am wondering...
If there is anything I can sell to help out financially.

I am reading...
Mine is the Night - Ch. 31
Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte - Ch. 7


I am hoping...That we have beautiful weather today, I want to take a nature walk down to the Mill Pond and take pictures of the girls there.


I am looking forward to...
Our next Civil War Event!

I am learning
...More about the Victorian Era. I'm loving learning about women of the Civil War era!

Around the house...
Girls are moving getting ready for school.

I am pondering...
Autism.

A favorite quote for today...


One of my favorite things...
As naughty as they are, my cats.
Mystic was in visiting early this morning with her deep 'merow' and kneading of the quilt, Rebel stood guard during my shower.....

A few plans for the rest of the week:
School, Trip to University for Einstein, Homeschool group Kickoff, Church.

A peek into my day...
 My camera broke so this is from our last CW event by Sis.




COUNTRY GIRL