Monday, May 12, 2008

A Lady's Meme

Outside My Window … it is dark.


I am thinking … about when Wes will get home from work and if he's died in a car wreck.


I am thankful for … quiet.

From the kitchen … a low fat turkey sandwich with mustard and sprouts.


I am wearing … a nightgown and a bath robe.


I am creating … yet another blog post.


I am going … nowhere.


I am reading … Numbers and Luke.


I am hoping … to be with God someday.


I am hearing … the hum of the computer and traffic far off on the larger streets in the neighborhood.


Around the house …all is quiet and asleep.

One of my favorite things … sitting on my back porch, snuggled up in my sleeping bad with a cup of coffee, lit candles and a prayer book.

A Few Plans For The Rest Of The Week...take the kids to the dentist, go to Weight Watchers, Bible Study, keep schooling them and reading as much as I can for the Bible Reading Challenge.

Here is a picture thought I am sharing … Proof that I am domestically challenged.

If you are reading this, consider yourself tagged. If you complete this meme on your blog, please leave a comment.


MIchelle Melania said...

your photo looks like my house all the time. I hate laundry!

Laura said...

I think you are taking care of what's important. Never mind the domestic side of things. The kids won't remember a "dirty" house (and I doubt it's that bad). They will remember that they had a God fearing Mom who loved and prayed for them with all her heart.

God bless you!

Philippa said...

Am considering myself tagged!

I don't mind doing laundry. It is putting it away that I hate.

I rather like the mix of colors of the laundry. It is artistic!

Mimi said...

Yeah, mine too. I actually treat myself by folding laundry while watching Grey's Anatomy.

Anyway, beautiful meme. I pray that Wes is home safely.

maria said...

I did the meme, and also linked to you.

Monica said...

Oh, I love the laundry. Before my inlaws came to visit a few weeks ago, we moved the pack-n-play to our room, filled it with all the piled up dirty laundry, and covered it wtih a blanket to hide it. It's still there, but with a few items dug out and washed for daily survival. Disgusting, but reality.

Also, I appreicated your comments on Old and New Cov worship.

nice to "meet" you...


Monica said...

I love the laundry. Our dirty laundry currently won't squeeze into the bins, so it is piled into the pack-n-play - disgusting reality.

Also, I appreciated your reflections on old and new worship.

Nice to "meet" you...