Monday, September 16, 2013

The Simple Woman's Daybook for September 16, 2013



FOR TODAY

Outside my window... the bucolic sounds of the local county fair(lawnmower racing, anyone?)

I am thinking...that it's the last day of the year I'm married to a younger man.

I am thankful...for my wonderful husband.

In the kitchen...ravioli and zucchini coins in the oven. Soccer practice soon!

I am wearing...blue t-shirt and jeans(!)

I am creating...lists. It would be better if I wrote them down.

I am going...to the fair.

I am wondering...how much it will warm up later this week.

I am reading...that's a good question. I finally finished my Sayers book. I haven't decided what's next.

I am hoping...soccer practice goes well ... N-boy scored two goals on Saturday! Looking for a big year from him.

I am looking forward to...fair food, projects, animals ... hooray!

I am learning...about my children and their individual personalities and needs.

Around the house...I need to get things under control.

I am pondering...Anne of Green Gables birthday parties ...

A favorite quote for today...

One of my favorite things...frozen ravioli on soccer night.

A few plans for the rest of the week...school, fair & Jason's 40th!, Bible Study (I have to teach, eep), soccer, it's a light week.

A peek into my day...watching the Buckeyes beat Cal!



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3 comments:

  1. Are you thinking about kids' personalities generally or in a Myers-Briggs sort of way? I go through M-B phases and am in one right now. :)

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    1. Definitely in general. They are so very different!

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    2. I have issues with M-B. I always test as E/INFP (Right on the border of E&I), *but* everyone I know who reads about M-B agrees that it is a bad descriptor of me. Jason's INTJ is spot on, it's almost as though they defined it after meeting him.

      I suspect the children are all much more E than either of us are, although M-girl has some I tendencies.

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