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Outside my window… Brrr! No more running down to the mailbox without a coat!
I am thinking…I need to tighten Brielle’s stake. She is so freakin’ independent, and not in a good way.
I am thankful for… oh so many thingsI am wearing… black boots which are horribly scuffed, trouser jeans, and a red and white snowflake sweater I bought in 1999 from Express and still love!
I am remembering…our wedding, coming up on seven years on Sunday
I am going…to buy a new Christmas tree
I am reading…Family Fun magazine; my brain is tired
I am hoping…Harvest is officially over this week! Only one more farm to do…it’s gone on, and on, and on…
On my mind… Is “Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it.” (Proverbs 22:6) a PROMISE promise? ….
Oh how the responsibility weighs heavy on my heart sometimes, even as I try to go joyfully about my day.
From the learning rooms… people around the world and all we have to be thankful for
Noticing that…God is answering my prayers and helping me walk in freedom and also, we’re almost out of milk again
Pondering these words…Our happiness is greatest when we contribute to the happiness of others. ~Harriet Shepard
From the kitchen… do you think a 15 pound turkey is too much for four adults and three small children? Ummmm…it was my first time buying a turkey.
Around the house… trying to keep on blessing my home and my children without losing my temper
One of my favorite things… making cards
Aviana at a few weeks old
4 thoughts on “Daybook–23 November”
That picture is so awesome!!! I think my uterus just skipped a beat too (and that is not a good thing) 🙂
Oh my! What a darling picture of Aviana. Sigh. They do grow so fast, don't they?
I enjoyed your daybook. Such a cute picture!
15 lbs is not too big. I purchased a 22 lb turkey for our day-after-Thanksgiving immediate family Thanksgiving, which will be just my husband, me, and our 3 boys, ages 8, 6, and 3. Can you tell we like leftovers? 🙂 Of course, I'll make stock from the frame. I'll then chop the meat and put it in freezer bags to use for the next year.