For Today ~ 28 May 2009 ~ Simple Woman’s Daybook

FOR TODAY … 28 May 2009

Outside My Window… Partly cloudy sky with boomers developing, very warm and breezy.

I am thinking… I’m not thinking, it’s almost time to go home and I dont’ want to be here right now.

I am thankful for… my job, my family, my garden.

From the kitchen… Maybe pizza. I made Buffalo Hot chicken strips with potato wedges last night.

I am wearing… Blue jeans, blue short-sleeved shirt, boat shoes and hair down.

I am creating… I’m still working on my sister’s crazy quilt…don’t think I’ll make it by her birthday in 2 days. Good grief.

I am going… to do a load of laundry when I get home as I don’t wanna wear jeans tomorrow.

I am reading… I just finished The Death & Life of Charlie St. Cloud by Ben Sherwood. Very good book! Now I’ll pick another from my stack of books I bought at the book sale.

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

I am hearing… HVAC humming on the roof top…one of the ladies next door.

Around the house… a garden to be watered.

One of my favorite things… thunder storms with lightning and thunder and big ole rain drops that soak you with three hits.

A Few Plans For The Rest Of The Week… go visit the Nevada Humane Society to look at kittens and/or cats.

Here is a picture thought I’d share with you… I found a great bread recipe that Pastor Ryan made on Pioneer Woman’s site. You should give it a try…very TASTY! I used fresh rosemary, thyme and parsley from my garden.

Great herb bread that I baked.

Great herb bread that I baked.

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