Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Several of the blogs I read participate in this Daybook and I have always enjoyed reading them. I decided to give it a try today.

Outside my window...it is still pitch black because it is 5:52 a.m. and the sun has not yet come up.

I am thinking...how very honored I am that I was invited to be a special speaker on the subject of "Love" at the monthly meeting of a group of couples at our church called "Young at Heart".

I am thankful for...having a brand new daughter-in-love, Deann, and three new grandsons, Mason, Aaron & Cody join our family February 12th!

I am wearing...PJ's - Black bottoms with colored snow shaped designs and a solid purple top with the neck trimmed in satin with very small buttons.

I am remembering...how much we enjoyed our travels in all the Canadian provinces as we've been watching the Olympics.

I am going... to our church at 9 a.m. to prepared a hot meal, Swiss Chicken, that will be delivered to the homes of 28 shut-ins and elderly today at noon.

I am currently reading..."The Pursuit of God" by A.W. Tozer

I am hoping...We don't have any more ice storms this winter.

On my mind...looking forward to my 3rd Day Sisters Bible Study tonight. We had to cancel last week due to the weather and it always leaves a big hole in my week the few times we have been unable to meet.

Noticing that...my desk is once again a mess and needs to be sorted through and cleaned off.

Pondering these words... Don't love the world's ways. Don't love the world's goods. Love of the world squeezes out love for the Father. Practically everything that goes on in the world - wanting your own way, wanting, everything for yourself, wanting to appear important - has nothing to do with the Father. It just isolates you from him. The world and all its wanting, wanting, wanting is on the way out - but whoever does what God wants is set for eternity. I John 2:1-17

From the kitchen... nothing..not even the coffee going yet.

Around the house... the guest bedroom needs to be cleaned and straightened up since we had the grands with us for 4 days (Thursday -Sunday).

One of my favorite things~a hot, relaxing bubble bath.

From my picture journal... Our last snow and one of my husband's beloved birds at the feeder.

Check out The Simple Woman's blog if you would like to read more day posts or join in!

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Kahri said...

Loved reading it, Susan!!

weavermom said...

Decided to play today too. Liked reading yours! :)

Momma Roar said...

I'm hoping you don't have ice storms and we don't have any more snow storms! ;)

Sunny said...

Susan, I am commenting on several of your posts today :) Congrats on the new additions to the family. I know that makes you and Mickey happy!

So glad to see how God is bringing things together for the Kings Kitchen! Such an awesome ministry! My husband would absolutely love to be involved in something like that...

Also, wondering how Mickey's bees are making it through this winter. Has there been signs of cleansing flights? Several of the beekeepers we knew in the east had lost great numbers of colonies in the last couple years, and I am praying that yours stay strong. Your photo of "Mickey's bird" reminded me of his bee hobby :) Have a blessed day as you go out to be a blessing to others!

Sandra said...

I enjoyed reading this and think you should share that scripture about wanting to the group tonight. See you then for a new study 'The Holy Spirit and His Gifts'.

PEA said...

I always enjoy reading these daybook entries as well:-) One of these days I'll have to give it a try myself! Love that picture of the snow and the bird on the feeder, so beautiful.

Congratulations to Marc and Deann on their marriage:-) I wish them all the very best, as you say it won't be easy to blend the two families together, but with their love for one another, no doubt they will manage!! xoxo

Maxine said...

That was so nice to read. I'm sure i was fun to do. Someday I may try. Boy, you got up early!

Tiffany said...

I used to do this. I should do it again, if I can fit in the time. It was fun, and I enjoyed reading yours!