Outside my Window...a really hot day is on it's way.
I am thinking...about plans for the new school year and how things will be somewhat different this year with only one child at home.
I am thankful for...God blessing me with not just one, but two sisters; a week of love and lots of laughter in NC with those sisters; that my sisters are not just my sisters - they are indeed my best friends.
From the kitchen...Scrambled eggs with biscuits and gravy for breakfast; probably a cold salad for supper - it's way too hot to cook much today.
I am creating...plans for a new school year.
I am going...grocery shopping this afternoon.
I am wearing...shorts and a tee shirt.
I am reading...just finished - The Last Lecture.
I am hoping...to make a lot of progress on school planning this week so I can work on Rachel's ballet scrapbook next week.
I am hearing...it's very quiet - I am home alone today. Today was back to ballet for Rachel - choreography week 1 means all day at the studio for the week; Allan is working today.
Around the house...Need to iron a couple of shirts and hang up the laundry I line dried yesterday.
One of my favorite things...getting to watch a bunch of 5 year olds at a birthday party and remember the excitement and anticipation that only 5 can bring! (Thanks Em for letting Aunt Jody come to your party - it was tons of fun!!)
A Few Plans For The Rest Of The Week...it's a quiet week. Forecast is for temps 100+ for a couple of days and near 100 others. A good week to be working inside.
Here is a picture thought I am sharing with you...
I spent last week with my sisters and here is one of the pics of us together! Love ya girls!
Thanks to Peggy for hosting the Simple Woman's Daybook.
This blog reflects our "life at the lake" where we have lived since 1991. Robert and I have been married for 27 years and have been blessed with two great kids - Allan is 22 and Rachel is 18. I have been a stay at home Mom for the past 22 years, home educated our children for 11 wonderful years, and am now learning about life as an "almost" empty-nester.