For Today... Monday, January 18th
Outside my window... cold and sunny. It's 9° right now with the high predicted to be only 20°. There is a possibility of snow on Wednesday!!! If so, it will be our first for the season.
I am thinking...of all that needs to be accomplished this week. It seems overwhelming ... the first part of the year is sooo full for me every year. I need to brainstorm how to keep this from happening to me and solve it by next year. What is it they say? Insanity is doing the same thing yet expecting different results?
I am thankful... for sleep and my nice comfy bed with it's sheets and fluffy comforters. I know I've said it before, but I'll say it again - "Thank God for creature comforts. So many don't have them. I'm grateful I do."
I am wearing...jeans with my cognac boots, brown tank and blue sweater with a brown chevron scarf.
I am going...to a Progressive Dinner this coming Saturday.
I am reading... not much reading going on - I'm trying to catch up with some stuff, so leisure time is on hold.
I am hoping...to get 'r done by Sunday!
In my kitchen... right now in the crockpot is chicken cooking for later yummies such as Chicken Salsa soup and Chicken and Rice. Tomorrow will probably be Crockpot Lasagna, and since snow is predicted on Wednesday, I'm planning on a big pot of chili for that day.
A favorite quote for today... another goodie from Max:
God meets daily needs daily. Not weekly or annually. He will give you what you need when it is needed. ~Max Lucado
Why only daily? Perhaps He wants to see if we will learn to rely on Him and trust Him instead of our stockpile of blessings ...
A peek into one of my days... one year ago this month, I snapped this picture on a road trip to Columbus-Belmont Park in Kentucky:
A wintry blue sky can be pretty!
One of my favorite things... new pens. Staples had colored InkJoys on sale this week - this made me very happy.
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