Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Today's Senses

Another blogger does this periodically and I LOVE when she does it so I figured I'd copy. :)

Outside my window: The sun is shining, the sky is blue and I see my laundry on the line. It's the first day after a 4 day heat wave (oppressive heat) and I have the house wide open to enjoy the day.

I'm thinking: I need to call my new co-leader for VBS refreshments and go over our plan together. I'm also figuring out just what I want to do for my haircut today. Get it cut shorter like I normally do (I let it go a long time between cuts so it always goes back to the same length - still long but shorter than it is now), or leave it long and just get rid of the ends. I think long since it's easier to put it up for the summer.

I am thankful for: windows - to open on days like today!

From the kitchen: I need to decide on dinner for tonight. I was supposed to do my planning and place an order for groceries on Monday but we lost our power for much of the day so now I need to go to the grocery store. With that heat we had, it was hard to figure out meals. Now it's still hot (85 degrees) but not oppressive (98 degrees), so I need to plan out the rest of the week's food. Hmmmm......

I'm wearing: A black v-neck t-shirt with a pair of khaki bermuda shorts. Gotta say I'm LOVING the bermuda shorts. They cover my stretch marks MUCH better than regular shorts. LOL

I'm reading: Other than my Bible, I'm reading "Pierced for Our Transgressions, Rediscovering the Glory of Penal Substitution" Yeah - some light reading for the summer. LOL

Around my house: Robby is playing with trains before we do a little more school to finish out the year and Joanna is finishing up some book work. As I said earlier, I have the house open and the fresh air coming in. Ahhhhhhhh

2 comments:

Thursday's Child said...

Sounds like beautiful weather. There's something about that weather that makes everything seem new and fresh. We've long since passed the last of the open-window weather, made worse by the bad dust storms this summer due to not enough rain this winter. But only for a little less than 2 weeks and then I'll be in open-window land. :)

Ginger said...

sounds wonderful