Monday, March 9, 2009

Simple Woman's Daybook 3-9-09


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For today...

Outside my window ~ the beauty of our freshly planted
garden

I am thinking ~ that I need to get off this computer
and start my day & about the Feast of Purim

From the learning room ~ daily Love Dare challenges

I am thankful for ~ my husband, my salvation
through CHRIST, our home, unconditional love,
the favor of the LORD on our family

From the kitchen ~ menu planning

I am wearing ~ a fresh perspective of how to truly
love my husband better

I am reading ~ Texas Gardener, Mother Earth
News, The Love Dare, The Bible

I am hoping ~ that we get some much needed
rain in the very near future

I am creating ~ a planting & growth chart to
track the progress of our vegetables and
fruits

I am hearing ~ the sound of the dishwasher

Around the house ~ the usual household chores

One of my favorite things ~ is the love of my husband

A few plans for the rest of the week ~ running a few
errands, Ladies Ministry meeting, taking my husband
on a date

Here is a picture thought I am sharing with you ~

One of our precious, well privileged Rat Terriers
inspecting our Pomegranate tree when it was first planted.

5 comments:

Tara said...

Thank you for sharing. I love that you are doing The Love Dare, I wish something like that would have been available when my marriage was failing. I am envious (in a good way) of those who share a great love with their spouse. Mine was dysfunctional due to his addictions, and my enablement. I wish I had a great love in my life.

Evening Shade Morning Latte said...

Oh but Tara you do have a great love in your life...HIS name is JESUS. HE loves you better than any husband ever could. However, I do understand what you mean...GOD has the right one for you out there. You probably haven't met him yet because HE is still preparing you for him, and he for you. But in GOD'S time the two of you will come together and it will be the greatest relationship ever. Don't loose heart or faith.keeping you in my prayers.

Jen said...

I loved your post on The Feast of Purim. If you do not mind I would like to use that to teach the children. I loved the movie also! Have a great week.

Evening Shade Morning Latte said...

Jen,
That is a wonderful tool to teach the children. Regardless if one is Jew or Gentile, we must have an awakening to GOD in every aspect of our lives.

auntiequary said...

I love you picture thought! Praying for rain here too!