For Today . . . January 25, 2010
Outside my window . . . winter is back! It snowed a few inches this weekend and the ice is now covered with a fluffy white blanket. The temperature was -12 degrees C and it was a dull, grey day. I left for school before the sun was up and the car lights made the snow crystals sparkle.
I am thankful . . . for groceries to replace the empty containers and spaces.
And I also am thankful . . . for safety while driving on winter roads.
I am praying . . . for the people of Haiti as they try to recover and move on after the last 2 weeks of chaos and heartbreak. I'm also praying for the relief organizations who are trying to quickly and efficiently distribute food, water and supplies.
I am thinking . . . about pictures I want to uphold, print and hang in our home.
I am creating . . . order out of chaos in the basement :)
I am celebrating . . . my aunt's and Bob's sister's birthdays yesterday.
From the kitchen . . . I was working today so it was leftover Spanish Rice for lunch. For supper we had baked salmon with peach chutney, perogies, and tossed lettuce salad.
I am reading . . . Matthew 18 - Unless you change and become like children, you will never enter the Kingdom of heaven. . . . Whoever welcomes in my name one such child, as this welcomes me. Earlier I saw a news item on a local family who just welcomed their 2 adopted Haitian children - God's words in action, for sure!
I am hoping . . . that the paperwork waiting will do itself :)))
I am hearing . . . the whistle from my new electric kettle - our old one started leaking and died last week.
I am going . . . to finish the dishes as soon as this is done.
Around the house and yard . . . not too much on the go this week.
One of my favourite things . . . phone calls to our family.
A few plans for the rest of the week . . . 2 more days of subbing, pyjamas to sew, friends for supper, Bible study, and our church's annual meeting.
Here is a picture thought I am sharing . . . my fabric for the "On the Road to Spring Quilt-Along" coordinated by Randi at I Have to Say. She is also the owner of Fresh Squeezed Fabrics. Come over and join us!
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