Outside my window: It's a blustery day with grey, dreary skies. The wind is whipping leaves from the trees and scattering them to and fro.
I am thinking: how wonderful technology is. Though my husband is many miles away, I can still talk to him via cell phones. And when he goes overseas, I'll be able to talk to and see him via Skype!
I am thankful for: free medical insurance though the military and my doctor appointment next week.
From the learning rooms: science experiments, drawing, Charlie Chaplin, writing, baking, cooking, and lots more....
In the kitchen: Meals are very simple. Kenzie makes pancakes almost daily. Kayla made brownies last night.
I am wearing: pajamas still...
I am writing: not much of anything besides my blog and posting has been few & far between. With Alfred's deployment and my health issues, I am finding it hard to be positive and uplifting. Sometimes it's better to say nothing at all in times like these...
I am going: to pay off as many bills as possible and save money while my husband is deployed to ease the load for him when he returns.
I am wondering: whether to continue on with Mary Kay or not?
I am reading: Not much of anything right now. Need to get back in to the Word daily.
I am hoping: to get my car washed and vacuumed out soon!
I am looking forward to: being pain-free and my husband being home for good after this deployment!
I am hearing: the sound of my fingers tapping on the keyboard...
Around the house: I tidied up today as I couldn't stand to look at my home any longer. I've been taking it easy as to avoid as much pain as possible.
I am pondering: what this next year will hold for me and our family.
One of my favorite things: hot cocoa with marshmallows on blustery days like today.
A few plans for the rest of the week: thrift store shopping with my best friend and my neice's birthday party, both on Saturday.
A few pictures to share:
Zeus - our Cane Corso
Kenzie's science experiment - Lava in a cup
A few quick sketches I did, taken from the book The North Star by Peter H. Reynolds.