The White House

The White House

Monday, January 26, 2009

The Simple Woman's Daybook

The Simple Woman does a Monday meme for "taking a little look into the day plans and thoughts of those of us who are focusing on simplicity". I"m not so sure I fit the bill because I focus on anything but simplicity, but it's fun to do...

FOR TODAY January 26, 2009

Outside my is pitch black. The sun will not rise for another two hours (9:54am), and it is about 15 above. There is supposed to be some snow flurries today!

I am thinking...that I should do a bunch of house work before the little ones get up, but I am content to drink my coffee and blog.

I am thankful husband. He has an amazing way of not letting things get to him.

From the kitchen...the dishwasher needs emptied and reloaded. I think the babies and I will bake some cookies today.

I am jammies and hubby's wool socks.

I am creating...a space for the little ones to play. We are still moving all their toys downstairs and they need an area all to themselves.

I am give five dogs a bath today.

I am reading...Lord of the Flies with Nick for his English class.

I am get things more organized downstairs.

I am hearing...only the hum of the computer. Silence is so calming. Another ten minutes until I wake Elijah.

Around the has stopped while we renewed our energy. Time to get back to work (a little bit!) :)

One of my favorite listening to Olivia and Lucas talk to their dad on the phone. Their little voices are so cute, and Olivia always asks for pocselopes (Popsicles).

A few plans for the rest of the week: Elijah has two basketball games, Nick has one basketball game and I will photograph the four varsity game as well.

Here is picture thought I am sharing

This is Olivia when she was 6-7 months old. I really miss those days!


Jen said...

What a cute picture. I enjoyed your daybook. Have a wonderful day.

Aubrey said...

Thanks for sharing your Daybook! Thanks also for stopping by my blog. The sunsets pictured below this entry are gorgeous. I love our sunsets here, too. I think that they're beautiful no matter where you go! Have fun spraying the snow! Cheers from Nebraska! :)

Corey~living and loving said...

Love the baby in the basket. :)

Anonymous said...

Now that's a cutie in a basket!