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For Today, Thursday, November 20 2008

Please visit Peggy at The Simple Woman to read more.

Outside My Window… A Cold, gray, winter-looking sky.

I am thinking… About how little I’ve seen of my husband this week.  He’s been working hard.

I am thankful for… A short work week next week! 

From the kitchen… Two pans of lasagna – one for us and one for dear friends of ours that just welcomed their fifth child,  first daughter,  into their family last week. 

I am wearing… A brown cord Motherhood skirt,  off-white tights, brown loafers, and a green empire waist top. 

I am creating… what seems to be a VERY LARGE BABY. 

I am reading… Nothing at the moment.  I am working on putting together our Advent literature study,  so I’m spending a lot of time on our local library site reserving books. 

I am hoping…  To get my sewing machine fixed this week so Abby and I can plug away at our Christmas lists.

I am hearing…  The piano teacher instructing Abby. 

One of my favorite things… Smelling my husbands aftershave on the baby. 

A Few Plans For The Rest Of The Week… Henry Joe is turning 4 tomorrow. Mary has Little Flowers tomorrow afternoon.  We will visit family over the weekend.

Here is picture thought I am sharing…

A silly little grin on a silly little boy!

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About Lisbet

We are a Catholic homeschooling family of 13. (so far!) We are devoted to our Lord and our faith, open to the blessings of children, and enjoy learning and growing together in our joyfully chaotic home.

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