Outside my window... sunny and 18°
I am thinking...about the wonderful news that we are becoming grandparents of TWINS in June ... So what do you think? Should I be called grandma, nana, grana, or grammy? Let me know your thoughts in the comment section.
I am thankful...the deer we hit with our van last night did no damage. This was our second close call in a week. It's dangerous to be driving out in the county at night.
In the kitchen... chicken and dumplings tonight. Comfort food for a cold day. I'm glad I already have both the chicken and the dumplings made in the freezer.
I am wearing...red top, white cardi, and a zebra print scarf trimmed in red. I'm also wearing black boots and black jeans... Yes, I forgot and wore black again on Monday!
I am going... to put up new curtains in the living room once the tree is taken down. Can't wait!
I am reading..."Derailed," by Neta and Dave Jackson. You should seriously read all their books, especially the Yada Yada Prayer Group series by Neta. I highly recommend them.
I am looking forward to... January 27 when we find out the gender of the twins.
I am learning ... that people CAN speak up and make their voices heard. So glad to hear that A & E is reinstating Phil Robertson!
A favorite quote for today...
Therefore, with your minds ready for action, be serious and set your hope completely on the grace to be brought to you at the revelation of Jesus Christ.
1 Peter 1:13 Holman Christian Standard Bible
Set your hope on grace - oh, I am so so thankful for grace!
One of my favorite things... babies in onesies. I'm going to buy the twins animal print onesies. I think animal print is appropriate whether they are boys or girls.
A few plans for the rest of the week: taking down the Christmas tree on Wednesday ... and hopefully something fun on Saturday!
A peek into my day...
Although we don't use this angel as a tree topper anymore, we still like to set her out. Her colors change every minute or so.
The daybook is a concept created by Peggy Hostetler. You can join in by linking up at her site, The Simple Woman's Daybook.