The Simple Woman’s Daybook – August 11, 2008

he Simple Woman’s Daybook
is hosted by Peggy at the Simple Woman.
Thank you Peggy.

FOR TODAY : August 11, 2008
More swimming lesson, registering for nearly everything, summer’s nearly over.  

Outside My Window… A good  morning, almost cool and moist.
I am thinking…  That I need to get back into shape.  I serriously need some exercise.
I am thankful for…  .
From the kitchen… I need to make some bannana bread. 
I am wearing… brown capris and my favorite white blouse.  
I am creating…  A new website.
I am going…  To the pool.
I am reading…  Laundry, and A Mother’s Rule of Life. 
I am hoping…  That I can be productive this morning.
I am hearing… The crow.  Again, still, I don’t know he has been here all summer it seems.   
Around the house… We have some new flowers to go in and I am planting some herb seeds for the winter window box garden. 
One of my favorite things…  Apples
A Few Plans For The Rest Of The Week: This is destined to be a busy week. Swimming, work, lots of stuff to do and plan for the kids for the fall.

Here is picture thought I am sharing…

my grandmother and mom at the cabin

7 thoughts on “The Simple Woman’s Daybook – August 11, 2008

  1. Oh the picture looks like a fun summer day! We are having some nice, cool days…wonderful!

  2. Nothing like sitting out on the deck, sipping summer beverages while talking with other women. Hope your week goes well.

  3. The pool has been fantastic.

    I have enjoyed “laundry”. Admittedly I have skimmed through it, it is a very good reference book and I might purchase it.

    “A Mother’s Rule of Life” has been a little hard for me to get through. The story parts of the book feel very disjointed to me. This could be because I am reading it very slowly, tucked in my bad for those moments when I have a bit of time to read. The general premise of the book is good and I think it is well worth reading.

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