Better late than never, I always say!
FOR TODAY, FEBRUARY 24th
Outside my window... sunshine hitting the heavily glazed snowfall. I have to squint as the diamond-like rays bounce across my windshield while driving to work. It's warmer today ... 19° as compared to 14° yesterday.
I am thinking ... I'd be excited if some of you joined us at Testimonial Tuesday. We share stories of answered prayer ... big or small, we want to hear them all.
I am thankful... that Janae and the twins made a safe trip here. Praying we make the most of this special time together and also I am praying for Daniel's safety and his spirits as he is deployed.
In the kitchen... I'm thinking about loaded baked potato soup
I am wearing... my favorite teal tank top with a black and white chevron sweater over it. Black jeans and black boots ... and THREE pairs of socks complete today's outfit.
I am hoping... the snow melts gradually. I don't like flooding!
Around the house... paraphernalia for the twins. (I just love the word paraphernalia.) As I was surveying our living / dining room, I saw a high chair, a Bumbo chair, a basket of toys and a diaper bag. A blanket was spread out on the floor with a mobile zoo set up. There's a net with bath toys hanging in our tub and a Pack and Play playpen in the office for naps. I thought of a poem I read long long ago, There's a Baby in the House:
You can click here and read the entire poem. (We do have a short fat elephant in our little toy basket!)
I am pondering...how blessed we are to get to have our daughter and the twins near us!
A favorite quote for today...
“Our souls weren’t made for the easy life. Our souls were made for the easy yoke.” John Ortberg. Seen at Emily P. Freeman's blog, Chatting At the Sky
One of my favorite things... when I leave the room and one of the twins comes crawling looking for me!
A few plans for the rest of the week: playing with babies, working on my A-Z challenge posts for April.
A peek into my day... I pull out my camera, and who comes as quick as they can?
Hams! Both of them!
The daybook is a concept created by Peggy Hostetler. You can link up at her blog, The Simple Woman's Blog.