For Today ~ 04 May 2009 ~ Simple Woman’s Daybook

FOR TODAY … 4 May 2009

Outside My Window… Couldy and grey sky. Looks like it still may want to rain a bit. A big ole crane! The construction guys are putting steel framing into place. The two buildings are going up fast!

I am thinking… I need to take something for my headache. I think the stress is getting to me as my throat is starting to hurt a bit. :(

I am thankful for… my job, even though it’s been crazy here.

From the kitchen… We had leftover porkchops and rice last night. Tonight I’m going to make the Rhubarb Orange Almond Cake that is on the Mennonite Girls Can Cook blog.

I am wearing… Blue jeans, 3/4 sleaved maroon shirt, tennis shoes, hair pulled back into a ponytail.

I am creating… Nothing…

I am going… To run over to the Dean’s Office…paper work, always paper work.

I am reading… The Secret Life of Bees still…almost done.

I am hoping… My constant wish ~ That everyone that is looking for a job, finds one.

I am hearing… The construction guys pumping concrete to make the foundation of the breeze way that will contect our building to the new buildings.

Around the house… dust bunnies.

One of my favorite things… Snuggled deep in my quilts listening to the rain on the back patio that has a corrugated metal roof.

A Few Plans For The Rest Of The Week… work, sleep, worry about work, water my yard and garden, work, more worrying, pray to God to take the worrying away.

Here is a picture thought I’d share with you…

Some of the books I got at the Friends of the Library sale on Sunday…a bag of books for $6.




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