Monday, October 06, 2008

A Simple Woman's Daybook


This neat idea was started by a woman named Peggy. You can see her page, as well as others by clicking this link: The Original Simple Woman's Daybook.
Here is my second entry in my version of: "The Simple Woman's Daybook":
FOR TODAY: Monday, October 06, 2008...
Outside My Window... a big maple tree, with leaves just starting to look a bit yellow
I am thinking... of all that I wish to accomplish today
I am thankful for... the wonderful weekend we had and for the powerful message I got from yesterday’s Mass
From the kitchen... sadly, some dishes waiting to be done are waiting for me
I am wearing... Layers… it’s chilly this morning but will warm up this afternoon…
I am creating... this and a couple of other blogs
I am going... to see my Mother tonight
I am reading... “8 Sandpiper Way” by Debbie Macomber… actually I’m almost finished
I am hoping... that politics can be kept out of my workplace… I am alone in a sea of those with opposite thoughts… and feeling a bit lonely and woeful.
I am hearing... the 10 O’Clock Chapel bells tolling
Around the house... a raccoon ambled it’s way down our driveway this morning as I was out with two of our dogs. Our “old girl” Cora took off after her…. It was good to see her move out so quickly. And it was even better that I was able to call her back to me!
One of my favorite things... The changing of seasons, Autumn is my favorite
A Few Plans For The Rest Of The Week: A belated birthday dinner with my Mother Inlaw
Here is picture thought I am sharing...(Cora on her birthday a couple of years ago.. she’ll turn 11 at the end of this month.)



3 comments:

Emily said...

Hi Annie!
I added your blog to my site's blogroll--I just love your site!
When did you become Catholic?

Annie said...

Thanks Emily!I became Catholic at this year's Easter Vigil. I went through RCIA at the University of Dayton where I work. UD was founded by the Marianists in 1837, and I am so very blessed to work in a building where many of the retired Marianists reside. I'm sure you can imagine the wonderful support I received from them. I love you blog too! It's so great to be connected!

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