Monday, February 8, 2016

Daybook: 02.08.16

For Today... Monday, February 8th


Outside my window...some snow flurries


I am thinking... I can't wait to see what God does next!


I am thankful... for answered prayer. Last Thursday was a day of answered prayers. You can read about it here.


I am wearing... white leggings, cognac boots and a burgundy marled tunic


I am creating... a new "bu-jo." (Bullet Journal)  I'm on my last page in my old one. I've been given as birthday gifts all manner of cute pens and colored pencils to make it pretty.

In my kitchen... tonight I'm thinking of making meatloaf, mashed potatoes and green beans with a side of broccoli-cheese soup. I also want to try a white chicken chili soup this week ....

A favorite quote for today... 

“Never be afraid to trust an unknown future to a known God.”— Corrie Ten Boom, seen at Dawn Klinge's blog, Above the Waves

He is faithful. You can never go wrong trusting Him.

A peek into one of my days... Mama now has a part-time job so PaPa and MiMi have even more time with these two:




One of my favorite things... fresh starts and new beginnings. Even simple things like a new fresh journal makes me happy.


Post Script - Here is a post that spoke to me - practical ways to love the people of your church family:




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The daybook is a concept created by Peggy Hostetler, and you can link up your own daybook post at her blog, The Simple Woman's Daybook.

6 comments:

Jodi said...

Mmmm meatloaf! What a couple of cuties! Have a great week!

Jennifer - The Deliberate Mom said...

What a wonderful update. I love the fresh start of a new journal too.

What beautiful little faces you have in your midst!

Wishing you a blessed week!
xoxo

happywonderer.com said...

I like that quote. Those little ones are so darn cute. Enjoy your meatloaf!!

allisamazing said...

Sounds like delicious things are coming from your kitchen! Have a great week:)

Denise said...

your supper sounds yummy

betty said...

Oh how fun having more opportunity to spend with your grands :) Your dinner sounds so delicious, comfort food in my eyes!

betty