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Tuesday, March 23th, 2010

Outside my window...the sun is shining and there is a slight frost covering everything. Beautiful!

I am thinking...it was sad to return the puppy to her breeder but it was the right thing to do. Much less stress here this morning. And Samson is much happier now that she is gone...

I am thankful for...God's many blessings...there are too many to count!

From the learning rooms...finally back to the grind. We stalled last week after I got a migraine. Glad to finally be back in the books!

From the kitchen...Mother Hubbard's cupboard is bare...headed to the city for some groceries!

From the Garden...getting some seeds and supplies today in the city. Yeah!

I am creating...crochet bandannas. Great for bad hair days and they don't slip! So fun!

I am going...90 miles to the city for a month worth of groceries with 3 children. Walmart, Sams Club, Health Food Store, Pet Store. Should be a long day!

I am reading...The One Year Bible, Mere Christianity (C.S. Lewis), and Little House on the Prairie with the kids.

I am hoping...for God's mighty hand to work in several areas of our life. I need to keep reminding myself that He is faithful!

I am hearing...our morning dose of Dora the Explorer. This morning Nicole tried to convince Abi that she couldn't be Dora if she still sucks on a pacifier...Abi didn't like that!

Around the house...finally managing the mess. Mopped floors, some de-cluttering, and lots of laundry!

One of my favorite things...a clean house :-)

A few plans for the rest of the week: Groceries, school, cleaning, Awanas, and lots of outside play in the sunshine!

Here is picture for thought I am sharing...

The Splendor of the King...

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The Cole Family said...

Hello! Thank you for your sweet comment on my blog. Wow, 90 miles to go get groceries! I will quit complaining about the short drive I have! You said you had to take your puppy back? What happened?



Christy said...

You gotta love Dora... our bilingual kiddos will give up their binkies, rise up and call us blessed!:) Have a great trip to town!