Outside my window... it's 6:30 and it's still light. Gotta love daylight savings.
I am thinking... what a nice weekend it was. Both kids were home and I enjoyed every moment. My favorite part of the weekend was the card game Saturday night. Oh boy, did we laugh!
I am thankful for... that my kids go to good colleges that happen to be only an hour away (one to the north, one to the south). I am thankful that they want to come home.
From the kitchen... a canister full of chocolate chip cookies that Jake and Hollee made during the card game and some dirty dishes from their lunch (why can't kids learn to clean their dishes and put them in the dishwasher?)
I am creating... nothing. I actually spent a good chunk of the weekend creating a new look for Danielle's blog. You can see it here. She says she'll write more now that it looks purty.
I am going... to start going to the gym... starting this week... yes I am!
I am wearing... jeans and a long sleeve t-shirt.
I am reading... Peace Like a River, and it feels like I've been reading this book forever. It's a good story but it's not a page turner. I just need to get through it so I can start on one of the other many books I've been wanting to read.
I am hoping... the weather this week goes back to those mild temps we enjoyed last week.
I am hearing... the TV - we're about to watch the Amazing Race.
Around the house... a bunch of snowmen that I need to put away. I am ready for Spring.
One of my favorite things... twilight. You know, that time of day when the sun has set but it's still light outside, but it's a diffused, soft light. It's always been my favorite time of the day.
A few plans for the rest of the week... my days are mostly free because I'm off of work due to standardized testing at the schools, but I have a few meetings in the evenings. Oh yah, and going to the gym =)
Here is a picture thought I am sharing with you... while in Las Vegas, we visited a chocolate factory. They had a few cute little anecdotes gracing their walls. This one was my favorite.
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