Simple Womans Day Book

For Today...
Outside my window... two new fruit trees planted out back
I am thinking... of what a lovely Ressurection Day we celebrated, just would have been better if the Rapture happened the same day. I am also thinking about my dad who would have been 108 years old on April 14th.
I am thankful for... health, home, and family, new grand baby, and Dear Husband safe on his new motorcycle, and the many who came to know Jesus as their Savior this past Ressurection Day!
From the kitchen... Havarti Cheese Crossaints with clover sprouts, Dinner left over bbq ribs from yesterday
I am wearing... Brown skirt, brown blouse, tennis shoes, and apron, with hair tied up because it is getting so long.
I am reading...I Chronicles
I am hoping... for many more children to come to know Jesus
I am creating... a schedule for the summer
I am praying... for my son the tax account...for continued health and strength to finish the season
Around the house... seedlings need transplanting, I want to make time for sewing!!! But we'll see what happens.
One of my favorite things... the smell of a clean house, the smell of coffee brewing, the presence of God, and not in that order. :)
A few plans for the rest of the week... vocal recording, making cheese, visiting with a friend, praying, spending time with family, possibly painting.
Here is a picture thought I am sharing with you...


Civilla said...

Yay! Somebody still believes in the Rapture! Hallelujah!! \o/
Hardly anybody believes in it any more. I still do. Maybe our generation will be the one that does not die! God bless!

Heather said...

I enjoyed reading your daybook - I long to plant fruit trees, but I'm so intimidated - quite sure they will never produce! The same is true of cheese making - we have access to fresh whole unpasteurized milk, but I've yet to even investigate cheese making! Perhaps someday! Does it require a great deal of equipment? Lovely to 'meet' another sojourner!

Domestically Inclined said...

Amen Civilla!
And since I do believe in the Rapture there is not much time to plant those trees, and make the cheese before we are outta here, so go ahead and give it a try Heather....here is a link to a cheese making video. I am planning a post in the future after I have tried it a few more times. I want to work out any problems before I recommend my trys.

Lori said...

What lovely thoughts!! I am adding your site to my sidebar...your blog is just far too encouraging and lovely to not share.
God bless and keep you!

miss mary said...

I really enjoyed reading this.how interesting. I would love to have some fruit trees here, but the soil isn't so good and not much grows. It's rare that anything holds up here.
God Bless and hugs

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