Monday, September 15, 2008

The Simple Woman's Daybook -9

For Today...

Outside my feels like autumn; the tell-tale sign is that the windows are OPEN! endless blue sky and cool temperatures

I am I wish I had a clothes line for drying my sheets today

From the learning experiment that dad was home to help with; literature discussion; more new Spanish words

I am thankful for...hubby's safe arrival at 2:30 a.m. Sunday in the midst of a tropical storm (yes, a tropical storm, in Arkansas). He had been at a boy scout camp for "Weekend on Ropes" training but headed home about 11:30 p.m. rather than risk being stranded at the camp for several days because of high water over the low water bridges

From the kitchen...breakfast - biscuits and gravy, fresh strawberries, and War Eagle Mill grits
lunch - weekend leftovers
dinner - grilled chicken, squash casserole, and green beans

I am wearing...denim capris, tee shirt, and tennis shoes

I am reading...nothing at the moment

I am make time for lunch with a friend this week

I am gifts for a coming nephew

I am hearing...birds singing

Around the house...floors are swept, dishes washed, sheets washed, rugs hanging to dry on the deck

One of my favorite nights with the windows open - it's kind of like camping but in my own comfy bed!

A Few Plans For The Rest Of The Week...errands to run; first week of co-op classes with our homeschool group; ballet guild meeting

Here is a picture thought I am sharing with you...

I am really not much of a gardener but I am trying to learn. My sister has beautiful flower gardens that inspire me to try because I love seeing the flowers. I have planted zinnias for the past two years and I love the color they add all summer long. They must be very "forgiving" if I am able to keep them alive! Soon it will be time to pull them up and replace them with pansies for cooler weather.

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Kaber said...

Flowers are so much work. I have nevr had a flower garden,but we moved to a rental house in californiaand they have flowers EVRYWHERE, so I am taking care of them. The last peple didn't. All ths dead-heading and pruning and replanting... it's just an awful lot of work for flowers...LOL

Your Zinnia lots very cheery!

Sharon said...

Enjoy your flowers! They grace a yard and a home. I ask God to provide you with some kind of clothes line....congratulations on your new family member, that sweet nephew. I'm thanking God for your husbands safe return home. THANK GOD!!

Cha said...

I love zinnias too. They are so easy once they get going. When I lived in Germany my landlady had dahlias, which I ignorantly thought were dinner plate-sized zinnias! (I was young):)