The Simple Woman's Daybook

I originally found this over at Sandra’s place, Diary of a Stay at Home Mom. And now I participate regularly in The Simple Woman’s Daybook, sponsored by Peggy at The Simple Woman. It is a great way to start off the week! Stop by Peggy’s blog to see who else is participating and read their entries, then think about joining us next week! For Today…

Outside my Window… it is a bit overcast and clear to see that the beginnings of fall are here. Our high is only supposed to be around 60 degrees and I LOVE it.

I am thinking… that I never seem to be able to pinpoint what I’m thinking because there are just too many jumbled thoughts in there – LOL.

I am thankful for… hubby healing quickly and with very few problems.

From the kitchen… I have a pot of chili started for Monday Night Football and several other dishes that I’m going to freeze for the houseful over Christmas.

I am still creating… lots bread recipe posts for the upcoming bread round-up here at 3 Sides of Crazy.

I am going… to bowling league and errand running.

I am wearing… Levi’s, flip flops and my favorite T-shirt

I am reading… Tempting Fate by Carla Neggers and The Manning Brides by Debbie Macomber

I am hoping…to finish the wall quilt from last week and start working with my birthday fabric from Jenn.

I am hearing… the chili bubble and birds outside my window.

Around the house… still hoping to get the kitchen trim molding and the decorative done.

One of my favorite things… family and their support

A Few Plans For The Rest Of The Week… medical appointments, VFW meeting, 82nd airborne meeting, volunteer bartender shift for the Packer’s game next Sunday.

Here is a picture thought I am sharing with you… the fantastic fabric Jenn sent me for my birthday.

final blog signature.


I love your daybook. You’re so busy, but it seems like fun stuff or stuff that gets your housekeeping done, which tends to make us happy and content.

It sure is smart to start cooking and freezing for Christmas. I love the idea of you baking homemade breads. I can almost smell different ones now in my nose. You and my sister, who just absolutely LOVES to cook and bake, especially for holidays, would get along just fine. Maybe I’ll refer her to your site.

Have a good rest of the day and week. Again, thanks for stopping by. BTW, I love the fabric designs you got for your birthday. What a nice gift.


I need to make some space in my freezer so that I can freeze some meals for Christmas, well, the whole of November as well, that’s going to be busy too.