The Simple Woman's Daybook

Outside my window...A break in the snow storm, glorious sun, but I hear more snow is on the way
I am thinking... how wonderful it will be when spring finally gets here.
I am thankful for...God's hand in my life, and how He has shown Himself strong in the tiniest details of my life!
From the kitchen... Two loaves freshly baked bread
I am reading... Help for Caregivers of Alzheimers Patients...there is much online and on Midday Connection on Moody Radio today. Simple Social Graces.
I am hoping... to feel better soon. My knee and back are aching! Perhaps gluten is the culprit!
I am creating... a safer home for an Alzheimers patient.
I am wearing... My most precious armor that God provided!
I am hearing...blessed silence!
My favorite things... a cup of tea, and my Bible
A few plans for the rest of the week... Organize some music for children's praise and worship time, do some pre spring cleaning, pray, get my mom's birthday gift!
Here is a picture thought I am sharing with you... can you spot the bee in the upper right hand corner of the picture?


Mrs. Jane Doe said...

Hello! Me again! Just checking in with you and so glad to read your daybook entry. I know you have been busy with so many things but know I have been thinking of you especially in the care of your mother-in-love and with the expectation of a new little grandbaby - how exciting! My oldest is engaged to be married next year and can't help but think of grandbabies myself! :O) Not rushing them - just thinking and praying for those little ones now.


Karla @ Ramblin' Roads said...

Gorgeous picture! Hope you're having a great week!

Thanks for visiting my blog. I hope you'll come again soon!

Lori Neff, Midday Connection said...

Hello - I'm so glad that yesterday's program with Terry Hargrave was encouraging. I hope that you feel more refreshed.

God bless you in your work,
Lori Neff
Midday Connection Producer

ehart said...

Your daybook is worth the trip to your blog. Beautiful picture and beautiful thoughts. I'll be praying for your back and knee.

Blessed Silence--I can relate.

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