Monday, April 30, 2012

The Simple Woman's Daybook for April 30, 2012



FOR TODAY

Outside my window... warm and sunny.  Gorgeous spring day for the children to enjoy swinging.

I am thinking...
about naptime.  I should be thinking about grocery shopping.

I am thankful...
for my niece who turned 4 over the weekend.

In the kitchen...
the dishwasher needs emptied!

I am wearing...
jeans and a purple flowered top.

I am creating... new science plans! We should finish our study of anatomy this week.

I am going... non stop again this week.  More soccer and coach pitch.  Which reminds me, I must call about tball ...

I am wondering... if it will storm today.

I am reading... The Rich are Different by Susan Howatch.  Definitely an adult book, but I've learned a lot about Julius Caesar because of the reading. 

I am hoping...

I am looking forward to... more soccer games ... good thing I enjoy them!

I am learning... about Julius Caesar and Ancient Rome.

Around the house... our after school cleanup is still going well.

I am pondering... how to teach Astronomy.  I would like to make some changes from reading a textbook to teaching the information in a more complete way.

A favorite quote for today... "I am determined to be cheerful and happy in whatever situation I may find myself. For I have learned that the greater part of our misery or unhappiness is determined not by our circumstance but by our disposition." ~Martha Washington


One of my favorite things... hearing the swings creaking in the yard.

A few plans for the rest of the week...
need you really ask?


A peek into my day...


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2 comments:

  1. We are studying astronomy this year. We use Apologia. There are a lot of activities and things to do although we don't always get to them. Science is not one of my favorite subjects ;)
    We are busy with soccer too. I enjoyed your daybook today :)

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  2. Intreseredted to hear what you do for science!

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