Outside my window... the sun is shining, but it's cold. There is still snow on the ground where the sun doesn't directly hit.
I am thinking... about my doctor's appointment tomorrow. I hate doctor's appointments.
I am thankful for... so much! One would be having both of my children home this last weekend.
I am wearing... jeans and a hoodie.
I am remembering... a little girl in Haiti that I helped sponsor 8 years ago. Where is she right now? Is she safe? Is she alive?
Also, that it is Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and remembering and reflecting on him and the messages he left for the people of this country and world.
I am going... to the movies with Danielle today (it's a school holiday). We're going to see The Lovely Bones.
I am currently reading... Lost and Found by Carolyn Parkhurst
I am hoping... for a good report tomorrow from my doctor (on my diabetes).
I am praying... for my good friend's son, who is going through a hard time and is dealing with the consequences of his bad choices. Also, the people of Haiti. We can all be praying for this tragedy.
On my mind... An upcoming trip.
Noticing that... my house is very messy and needs to be picked up. A lot of that will happen when the kids leave today and take their stuff with them.
Pondering these words... "The man who views the world at fifty the same as he did at twenty has wasted thirty years of his life." (Muhammad Ali)
From the kitchen... signs of Danielle's domestic endeavors. Cookies she made last night, and the dishes that didn't make it into the dishwasher.
Around the house... see above =)
One of my favorite things... taking pictures. My 365 Project can be found here.
From my picture journal...
I took this picture at the Stock Show parade last week. Since I wanted to get some good pictures, I was standing more in the street than maybe I should have been and this feisty longhorn felt like he didn't need to stay in line with his fellow bovines. From my camera lens, he slowly made his way straight towards me. All photos after this one came out blurry because as he was making his way toward me, I was moving backwards - toward safety. At what seemed like the last moment, a cowboy walking along sid,e herded him back to where he belonged. Let me just say... close up, those horns are long and scary.
The original Simple Woman's Daybook can be found here.