Monday, October 27, 2008




For Today...
October 27, 2008

Outside my Window...
a crisp sunshiny fall day.
I am thinking...
that the Lord intends for me to have an abundant life according to John 10:10.
I am thankful for...
my hubby and my kids. So many are alone in this world!
From the kitchen...
a new recipe, Mozzarella Pie, that I found in the blogosphere. (Thanks, Rena)
For dessert, a chocolate cake. Yum!
I am wearing...
black pinstripe pants, black shell, burnt orange jacket. Fall colors!
I am reading...
a Karen Kingsbury book! She's my favorite ...
I am hoping...
for my sinuses to clear up soon. Breathing is wonderful!
I am creating...
Still pondering a blog post I want to write. (Was it only last week I said that?)
I am hearing...
the tick-tock of the clock on the wall reminding me that time is slipping away ...
Around the house...
I notice that dusting needs to be done!
One of my favorite things...
reading a library book while I eat lunch in peace and quiet.
A Few Plans For The Rest Of The Week...
a visit to the funeral home for friends who've lost their mother this week,
preparations for the Fall Festival this weekend,
and a left-over chore from last week -- cleaning out the paper clutter ...

Here is a picture thought I am sharing with you...

I like this picture because it makes me think of Jesus' return. Is that cloud hiding the King of Kings about to step out when the trumpet sounds?

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4 comments:

Earthmommy said...

I love your picture and the thought that goes with it!Thanks for visiting Shore's End.

Sherry said...

Beautiful picture! Yum, the pie and chocolate cake sound divine!!

I love Karen Kingsbury. Which one are you reading?

Thanks for coming by my blog. I am a fluttering FlyBaby. :D

Have a great week!
Sherry

Thru Pink Curtains said...

great photo-reminds me of the place where Jesus is coming thru with the angels!!! have a happy week.

AllyJo said...

What does Mozzerella pie taste like? Thanks for coming by my blog. Come back and see the rest of my daughter's Palin pictures I finally got up.

You were funny with your comment about my son not taking on an older lady. I told him he did the right and honorable thing and that was more important than meeting Palin.