Outside my window…Sunny, cool–gorgeous October seeing itself out…
I am thinking…store bought milk is gross
I am thankful…for my milk co-op so I only have to go to the farm where we buy milk every couple of months
From the learning rooms...memorizing the countries in Europe. Because she wants to.
In the kitchen…homemade bread…also thankful for a bread machine.
I am wearing… argyle socks, jeans, purple shirt w/ a purple sweater cardi
I am creating…knitted gauntlets
I am going…to get back into the habit of making menus. This fly-by-the-seat-of-my-pants thing is driving me batty.
I am wondering…if I’m hearing God right, why isn’t my husband in agreement?
I am readingHow Children Fail **** (four out of five stars)
I am hoping…to resolve some mental confusion
I am looking forward to…Daylight Savings Time being over (and wishing it would never change–just one more way the government is exerting control in our lives IMHO)
I am hearing…Cadrian talking to himself as he plays with his trains.
Around the house…laundry–the usual…
One of my favorite things…Denton backing up into my lap with a book he wants to read together
A few plans for the rest of the week: we went to the milk farm today, Bible study Wednesday, playdate Thursday. Yes, playdates are more for me than the children.

Here is picture for thought I am sharing…

3 thoughts on “Daybook

  1. I didn't quite finish that comment! Sorry! 🙂

    You are right about the government taking away rights from us…it's very slow, that so many people can't even see it happening.

  2. Apparently that first, unfinished comment I intended on posting didn't even come through! 🙂

    I was writing about how I live in Indiana, and until just a few years ago, we didn't have DST (save for a county or two that did observe)…To this day, there is still very heavy debate about "trying to fix something that wasn't broke". I'll tell ya what, it's quite an adjustment getting use to different hours and such…

  3. Hi Jessica,
    My husband asked me if I would get in touch with you and ask how your family cleans your corn that you heat with. I don't remember if we read about you heating with corn in Country magazine or if I read it on your blog. I hope this doesn't seem weird. We have been getting corn from my in-laws and need to find a new way to clean it. We would appreciate any and all advice you can give us! You can e-mail me if you want or leave a comment on my blog.
    E-mail is


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