Saturday, 3 September 2011

The Simple Woman's Daybook - 3 September 2011

FOR TODAY - Saturday, 3rd September 2011, 14:46pm

Outside my window... is a very dull, grey day.

I am thinking... that I need to get a move on.  I have to finish sewing the name labels on Tinkerbell and Tweenie's new school uniforms.

I am thankful... for my new online friends.  This blog, and the friends I have made through it, have made a big difference to my life.

I am learning ... to make better use of my time.

In the kitchen... there is chaos - the freezer is defrosting and I haven't put the shopping away yet.  We're having chicken for tonight's meal. Hopefully!

I am wearing... t shirt and skirt.

I am creating... some more worksheets for my new pupils. - for the beginners this time.

I am going... to sort out the kitchen and then do an online order for a delivery of goodies to start restocking the freezer.

I am wondering... nothing in particular - too busy panicking about the state of the kitchen!

I am reading... I've just finished reading 'The Distant Hours' by Kate Morton - I really enjoyed it.  I haven't chosen what I'm going to read next but I have lots to choose from - I get all my books from my sister and she's just sent another load round.

I am hoping... that we get some good(ish) news from the hospital next week.

I am looking forward to... starting teaching again.

I am hearing... Doris Day singing - Ced is watching 'The Man Who Knew Too Much'.

Around the house... believe it or not, the house is still tidy.  It's much more relaxing.

I am pondering... how to make best use of the few days left before I go back to work.

One of my favorite things...  reading a good book.

A few plans for the rest of the week: hospital appointment for Ced on Tuesday, teaching Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

Here is a thought I am sharing ... I'm not sure that I totally agree with this statement.  Is imagination more important than, or is it equally as important as, knowledge?


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1 comment:

  1. I think either imagination AND knowledge are hopeless on their own.Feet on the ground, head in the clouds; that's the way to be.

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