Thursday, April 19, 2018

A Spirit of Gratitude: April 19


I Am Thankful For:
Clean drawers
Delicious tuna fillets
Mr & Mrs Cardinal at the bird feeder
An afternoon with the grand kid
Sunshine on my face
Puppy dog eyes
The sound of lawn mowers on a Saturday morning
New t-shirts
Dinner and a movie with the Man of the House
Thunderstorms
Wet little chickadees at the feeder
Coffee with the Female Offspring
A lunch invitation from my dad
An entire display of bee items at Hobby Lobby
Finally getting a little sleep
Filling the hummingbird feeders for the first time this season
Saving a bumble bee
The Male Offspring making dinner
The Man of the House bringing me Oreos


What are you thankful for this week?





Sunday, April 15, 2018

Sunday Inspiration: Show the Truth



Thursday, April 12, 2018

A Spirit of Gratitude: April 12


I Am Thankful For:
A beautiful goldfinch at the feeder
Busy days
British sitcoms
Saturday nights out 
Bath puff orders
Bible study time with the Man of the House
Planning for the week and month ahead
A yummy dinner made by the Man of the House
The pear tree in bloom

Waking up feeling rested, despite tossing and turning all night
Lilacs in bloom
New additions to my Etsy shop
When what you worried about was nothing
Taco Tuesday
Singing along with the music in the car


Thursday, April 5, 2018

A Spirit of Gratitude: April 5





I Am Thankful For:

The start of a long weekend
Dinner at Culver's with my guys
Phone calls from the Female Offspring
Watching the cat clean his face
Easter prep and baking
Help with dinner
Cinnamon rolls
Family gatherings
Laughing over card games
Getting more steps in per day
Open windows to let in the fresh air
Easter dinner leftovers
Organized buttons
Meeting all of my daily goals
Wild violets blooming in the yard

What are you thankful for this week?

Monday, April 2, 2018

Currently... April 2018

April has arrived!  Easter is being us. The  days are getting longer. The weather is getting warmer.  The boys of summer are back at the ball field.  It's time to sweep out the cobwebs of winter and welcome in the fresh air of springtime.





Reading:  I just finished The American Heiress by Daisy Goodwin.  Which was just OK.  It has so much promise, but the story never really went anywhere.  Now I am on to Alias Grace by Margaret Atwood.  I am eager to watch the miniseries now showing on Netflix, but decided I should read the book first.  I am also reading/studying my way through The One Thing by Gary Keller.


Enjoying:  Watching "Call the Midwife".  I know... I'm late to the game on this one.  I've seen a random episode here an there, but finally made the decision to sit down and watch all the series available on Netflix.  After one or two episodes I was completely hooked.  I also kind of want to move to England just so I can meet and become best friends with Miranda Hart.  (Which I am aware sounds a teeny bit stalker-ish. I promise it's not... )   

Working On:  Trying to create some healthier meal plans.  Now that the weather is finally warming, I'm starting to think toward some lighter dinners to match the season. If any of you have favorite recipes you'd like to suggest - I would love to hear them!

Anticipating:  I'm still waiting on some good hiking weather  With the exception of this past Easter weekend, every single weekend in March seemed to be either cold or rainy.   I'm eagerly awaiting more warm and sunny weekends, so the Man of the House and I can get out there and hit some trails!  I want to do more than just look at the cute hiking shoes I received for Christmas!


Feeling:  As if there just aren't enough hours in the days.  Or days in the weeks.  This leaves me feeling "antsy".  And maybe a little overwhelmed also.  There are so many tasks and projects I want and need to do right now.  None of which seem to be getting accomplished.  Which is probably what caused me to gravitate to the book by Gary Keller mentioned above.

What about you?  How is your April looking so far?



Sunday, April 1, 2018

Sunday Inspiration: Happy Easter!



"He personally carried our sins in his body on the cross so that we can be dead to sin and live for what is right. By his wounds you are healed."  - 1 Peter 2:24 (NLT)

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