Daybook 12/05




Outside my window… partly sunny and warm, 75, heading up to 80!

I am thinking… that I am glad the dishes are done from lunch and that dinner is mostly prepared! I am also thinking Caecilia being three. It seems the older two grew up quickly but Caecilia has actually had a toddler stage and is still in it. I love my little Caecilia.

I am thankful for… the wonderful community we have found here in South Georgia, for the friends we have made at church, for our parish with a faithful priest

From the learning rooms… oh, wow, lots of things. We have reintroduced math after taking a break and for a while. Karol is still struggling with it, but this time, I think it comes from all the writing he has to do. With most other subjects, we are almost done with the third quarter, so I suppose I should look at second grade curriculum soon.

From the kitchen… fried talapia and rice for dinner tonight with a lemon sauce.

I am wearing… black pants and a green teeshirt, white socks.

I am going… no where today, but this week is the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, so we will be heading to Mass that day and our parish pot luck after.

I am reading… nothing. This is kinda sad isn’t it? In my defense, I am doing an awesome Jesse Tree this year with the kids and that is a lot of reading in the evening.

I am hearing… the door beeping as the kids go outside to play. Also, semis going up and down the road, hauling cabbage and pecans.
One of my favorite things… quiet afternoons when the two youngest take long naps!

Around the house…things are pretty clean…I say that then I remember a certain three year old painted on the bathroom mirror with soap. But hey, the laundry is done and folded.

A few plans for the rest of the week: St. Nicholas Day is tomorrow, gotta get some candy out for that, Caecilia’s baptism day is Wednesday, getting a picture of St. Cecilia framed for her,  Feast of the Immaculate Conception is on Thursday (already mentioned). Ahh, I think we will relax on Friday!

Here is picture for thought I am sharing…

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  1. I also have a three year old who seems to have been a sweet toddler longer than my older two. Maybe he just seems younger by comparison but we are all enjoying his innocence so much.

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