Outside my window...it is dark and cold. I know I need to go walk the dog, but I really just want to stay by my nice warm fire and snuggle up with a good blog or two.
I am thinking...that I am sad today. New diet, new challenges...
I am thankful for...salad dressing.
From the learning rooms... Trey had a great day - finished up 2 days ahead of schedule in Math. The rest of our subjects are right on track!
From the kitchen... I made Grilled Lemon Pepper Chicken and homestyle green beans for the hubs and kids. I couldn't eat any of it. :(
I am wearing...denim capris, white t-shirt. I'm hoping that by dressing in Springtime clothes, it will hurry up and get here! I'm not holding my breath.
I am remembering...how great it was to be in a size 8.
I am creating...I've got nothin....
I am going...get up and go walk the dog. Brrr....
I am reading...nothing right now except the new issue of The Old Schoolhouse.
I am hoping...that I can get through the next 20 days without starving to death.
I am noticing....that I have raised the most considerate, generous, and caring little boy on the planet.
I am pondering these words... I'll praise You in this storm, And I will lift my hands, For You are who You are, No matter where I am, Every tear I've cried, You hold in Your hand, You never left my side, And though my heart is torn.....I will praise You in this storm.
I am hearing...Lindsay talk to her baby dolls in her bed instead of falling asleep like I'd hoped.
Around the house...things are finally starting to wind down. Hopefully tomorrow will be a better day.
One of my favorite things...my children. I love them more than they will ever, ever realize. I'd give my last breath to them, I'd walk through fire for them, I'd lay down my life for them. I hope they can one day each experience a love like that.
A few plans for the rest of the week: homeschooling, cooking food that I can't eat, cleaning dishes that I didn't dirty, playing maid/butler/personal chef/waitress/chauffeur....the usual.
Here is picture for thought I am sharing...
Old Washington State Park in Arkansas
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