Daybook

Outside my window…here comes the sun, both literally and figuratively.

I am thinking…life is much sweeter after a week of being couped up with a sick child.

I am thankful for…Jim Weiss’ storytelling…Joseph is finally napping again, slowly nodding off to the rhythmic sound of beautiful, rich stories. 

From the kitchen…grilled pork tenderloin. 

I am wearing…gray shorts and a coral colored t-shirt and a rubber band in my hair…yep, it’s finally long enough for a pony tail! 

I am creating…stories with Joseph.  He draws the pictures, narrates the story, and I simply do the writing. 

I am going…to write my letter of interest to the Daughters of the American Revolution this week now that we’ve finished tracing my heritage. 

I am readingWhen Children Love to Learn edited by Elaine Cooper and falling in love more and more with the idea of a Charlotte Mason education.

I am praying…that God allows me the grace to see Him in the little things I do each day like washing dishes, bathing children, cooking. 

I am hearing…it’s more of what I’m not hearing…no more barking or alarming breathing…Joseph is on the road to recovery.

One of my favorite things…healthy, playful children.

A few plans for the rest of the week:  Bake cookies with Joseph, finish fine-tuning our schedule for the 2010-2011 school year, shop for two very special birthdays that are coming up soon. 

Here is picture I thought worth sharing

When William went to visit the eye doctor, they dilated his eyes so I gave him his sunglasses to put on while we played outside…

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