Thursday, June 23, 2011

Where have I been??

O.k., seriously folks, this lack of blogging is getting a little out of hand. But truth be told, I have so enjoyed being away from the computer and spending the time doing all kinds of other things. I could go on and on if I were to recap the last few weeks around the homestead here but instead, I'll leave you with some pictures and spare you some pictures (the other 4 ladies and I had a great time butchering those rabbits!) in hopes that you'll see that I'm really not just neglecting you all.

Between the garden, animals, river and beach trips, books, quilting and cooking, life has been a busy blessing! I bet you didn't know that Blogger would allow so many pictures in one post! Yay for summer!

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

A Simple Woman's Daybook - Week 3

Outside my's overcast, but the sun this afternoon has been promised by the weather man. The ducks are searching for slugs.

I am thinking...about learning to manage my home better

I am thankful for...the blessing of being a stay at home mom; being able to be with my children on a daily basis and having the freedom to homeschool them with a Biblical foundation

From the learning rooms...curriculum, curriculum, curriculum (for next year!)

From the kitchen...rice pudding for breakfast

I am "work" jean skirt and a purple top, barefoot

I am quilts for all of the little ones that will be "moving up" to bigger beds in the next few months

I am Lego Club this morning!

I am reading...the High School Handbook and Practical Beekeeping

I am hoping...that the Lord will direct us, and that we'll be willing to listen and be obedient in moving to a new homestead

I am hearing...Layton and Timber drawing at chatting at the kitchen table

Around the house...general housecleaning to get ready for hosting 4 ladies later this week for another rabbit butchering session.

One of my favorite things...hearing Mason, at 19 months, trying to sing "Do Re Mi Fa So La Ti Do"

A few plans for the rest of the week... lunch with some girlfriends, a drive to Fred Meyer, the rabbits, working in the garden

Here is picture for thought I am sharing...
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