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FOR TODAY - November 17, 2010
Outside my window... The skies are gray, cloudy and gloomy!
I am thinking... How much I could be getting done inside, and how much still needs to be done outside, before the snow falls . . . and sticks.
I am thankful for... A warm house, food in my pantry, fresh water to drink - the simple necessities of life, that so many go without. We are very blessed.
A scripture to share...
I will praise the name of God with a song, and will magnify him with thanksgiving
I am wearing... Jeans and a blue sweater - it's cold here in Idaho!
I am creating... Nothing yet...but soon...I promise!
I am going...To go to lunch with my sister and mother. We try to get together at least a couple times a month to have lunch and go shopping.
Autn:reference - http://scriptures.lds.org/ps/69/30#30I am hoping... That the weather stays good for Thanksgiving. I hate traveling on slick roads!
I am hearing... Christmas music - trying to get into the Christmas Spirit! I think I get a little bit of seasonal depression when it gets dark so early and I don't get outside to soak up the sunshine -- I need to do that.
Around the house... Tomorrow, I am going to tackle the computer room, it really needs to be cleaned and organized - that's my plan and I'm sticking to it!
One of my favorite things... Listening to Christmas music - I love the way that it makes me feel. Some of my favorite songs are songs I loved as a child - Ray Conniff Singers, Dean Martin, Bing Crosby, Perry Como, Elvis, Johnny Mathis . . .
A few plans for the rest of the week:
Today - lunch with mom and sis.
Tomorrow - Clean computer room
Friday - My husband and I are both getting our teeth cleaned.
Saturday - Putter, maybe get some things done outside, if the weather holds up!
Sunday - Church.
Here is picture for thought I am sharing...
"So once in every year we throng
Upon a day apart,
To praise the Lord with feast and song
In thankfulness of heart."
-Arthur Guiterman, The First Thanksgiving