Sunday, March 29, 2009


For today Sunday night March 29...OBM's birthday

Outside my window...I can see a bright crescent moon.

I am thinking...about the Living Stations of the Cross that the youth group performed tonight (Jonathan did the lights).

I am thankful...that I found the last benedryl tablet in the house...I never consider myself to have allergies, but this time of year in FL I don't think anyone can breathe.

From the kitchen...I'm so excited to make two new recipes this week buffalo chicken chili and a spinach salad with beef strips, bleu cheese, and bread cubes.

From the learning rooms...WW2 is just about to begin.

I am creating...hmm not sure, we did get out the Easter decorations today, does that count?

I am wearing...jammies.

I am reading...My Enemy's Cradle, next on my list is New Moon.

I am sleep good tonight.

I am hearing...the blinds clicking and Jonathan's radio.

Around the house...Jonathan swept and Madi mopped the kitchen floor while I finished reading our Catholic bookclub book to them (St Catherine Laboure).

One of my favorite things...any meal that involves buffalo chicken.

I am Catholic bookclub in the morning.

A few plans for the rest of the week...typical busy schedule plus Madi turns 11 on Tuesday. Jake and I are going to see If you Give a Pig a Party on Thursday. Great old friends who live in Idaho and have never met Jake are coming for a visit on Sunday.

A picture thought... the kids who went to see The Hundred Dresses last was a great play!!


ann marie said...

UGH! I thought the Living Stations was next week. I'm mad that we missed it. I guess I need to pay better attention. Oops!

Julie said...

It's next week too!

Smith Schoolhouse said...

please post the recipe for the buffalo chili! I totally think getting out Easter decorations counts! AND who is coming to visit???

Julie said...

Amy Q is coming to visit!

Cindy said...

We got our Easter decorations out yesterday, too! I'm having the same allergy issues, too! this will be my first spring without allergy shots! Better WW2 than WW3 (HEEHEE-couldn't resist!)