Daybook

 

Outside my window… Frost. Potential for snow. REALLY green grass in my front yard. I don’t know how that happened exactly, but it’s bright green.

In December.

I am thinking… about our December schedule. Fitting in our family stuff with extended family stuff, work schedules, Superman’s finals this week, finding time to really be in the season . . . Hopefully this is the last year of craziness like this. Only 5 months til graduation now!

I am thankful for…  my beautiful boys. And grandparents that love them so much that they kept them for an entire week and still cried when they dropped them off at our house Sunday because they would miss them so much.

Always Learning…  We’ve all been taking it easy and our plan for the rest of the month is to enjoy Advent books (many from the Serendipity list) and some Christmas-y baking and crafting.

From the kitchen…  Um, my kitchen is bare! I picked up the bare necessities of milk, bread and eggs yesterday to keep us in sandwiches and breakfast for a few days til I could get my brain together to go grocery shopping.

I am wearing… Jeans, knee high Christmas socks, two camis and a long sleeve t-shirt. I’m a cold girl today!

I am creating…  a very cool sweater in a very bright blue. I saw it on Soulemama a few weeks ago, bought the yarn and took it on vacation. Superman may have rolled his eyes at me because I was knitting while sitting out by the pool, but I’m very happy with it so far.

I am going… to get groceries later, for sure! I’m just waiting to see if it really does start sleeting when they say it will. If not, we’re going to make a mad dash and hope the weather holds!

I am reading… A TON. If you go look at my booklist you may be a little, um, surprised at how much reading I’ve done since I last daybooked on Nov. 16th. I’m going to guesstimate low at 3000 pages of fiction. Yes, that’s *three* zeros. You know how I said I read Twilight in like 2 days once I actually got going on it? Yeah, turns out my sister had the set so I borrowed them and finished them all by the 3oth. Ahem.

Otherwise, current reads are Storm Front by Jim Butcher (fiction) and The Power of Play by David Elkind (nonfiction).

I am hoping… to finish up Christmas gifts this week.

I am hearing… Christmas music. Steven Curtis Chapman is my favorite voice these days.

Around the house… I’m almost done with all the post-trip laundry and I’m counting that as a giant victory.

One of my favorite things… Ezra’s special kisses. He’s so sweet and affectionate.

 A few plans for the rest of the week … Catching up, hanging out at home and  celebrating the season.

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3 Responses to Daybook

  1. Gardenbug says:

    Enjoyed looking at your sweater project. I am learning to use the Ravelry site. Are you familiar with it?
    https://www.ravelry.com/account/login

    Being a long distance grandparent stinks. I understand how your parents feel. I have come up with presents for the little ones holiday season, but I have this nagging feeling that more “intimate” choices might have been made if I saw them on at least a weekly basis.

    Best wishes to DH on his exams. DH is grading projects these days and his exam takes place on the 21st and must be graded before we leave on the 24th. I wonder if I’d enjoy a slower pace? So much going on now!

  2. violingirl says:

    I love ravelry! I’m there as violingirl there too, but I haven’t updated projects in quite a long time, lol. One more thing to keep track of, I suppose. 🙂

    • Gardenbug says:

      Do check out my hand puppets on ravelry. They’re on my gardenbug notebook project page. If you click on the photo you’ll get more details. If you’d like to try them for the boys, I can send you instructions from the old magazine. I made seven of them for the grandchildren for Christmas. Shhhhhh, don’t tell.

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