Simple Woman’s Day Book — August 24th, 2010



Outside my Window … Damp, drizzly, dark — I’m hoping for some sunshine tomorrow or maybe the next day. After having practically no rain since July, we’ve had plenty just since this past Sunday.

I am thinking … about making a twirly skirt for my oldest GrandDolly — her birthday is September 6th and she just asked me yesterday if I could make her a twirly skirt. The fabric has been ordered and shipped and I can’t wait to get it!!

I am thankful for… our two beautiful GrandDollies and our so handsome GrandLad. We are so enjoying grandparenthood!!

From the kitchen … thinking about pasta and sauce for tomorrow night.

I am wearing … a favorite nightie — honest, I do get dressed now and then, I just happen to be dressed down every time I sit down to write in my Simple Woman’s Day Book.

I am reading … “Hissy Fit” by Mary Kay Andrews — I may have read it before but I enjoy her books very much.

I am hoping … for a beautiful weekend that I can enjoy while going to yard sales.

I am hearing … the water glugging down the rain eve pipe.

I am creating … more dishcloths, a bag for a friend, and drafting out cushion covers for our lounge chairs.

Around the house … didn’t get to the vacuuming this week, definitely need to do it this weekend

One of my favorite things … finding a great deal on vintage sheets at the Salvation Army

A Few Plans For The Rest Of The Week …. light housekeeping, weeding the flower beds, and once the “Twirly Skirt” fabric arrives, all else will take a back seat!!

Here is picture for thought I am sharing…

This is a picture taken from Sand Beach at Acadia National Park with lobster pots in the foreground

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