Monday, November 30, 2009

Daybook for November 30, 2009

FOR TODAY, Monday, November 30, 2009...
Outside my is dark and chilly.

I am thinking...that it might snow on Wednesday and how cool that is!:)

I am thankful nice, warm robe right now.

From the learning rooms...We're working on more addition/subtraction in math.  We're also studying Christianity/the early church in history and learning about Hanukkah, along with the Maccabees, since we're to that point in history.  In science, we're studying volcanoes and even get to build a volcano and make it erupt this week, I think.  I think we're going to use this Advent Idea Box too for the month of December. 

From the kitchen...tonight should be zesty chicken tortilla bake and peas.

I am wearing...jammies and robe for a while longer.

I am creating...curtains for the boys' room.  Also working on my first chapter of my first book.

I am going...hopefully, nowhere today.

I am reading...The Christmas Glass by Marci Alborghetti.

I am hoping...that Mom and Dad will come to one of the concerts this weekend and that Jaden will fully recover from his cough.:)

I am hearing...precious quiet.

Around the house...have to clean today and do wonderful laundry.

One of my favorite watching Road to Avonlea....since Jaden was still recovering from this long, hashed out cold/ear infection, we had a little marathon this weekend.:)  I found out our library has parts of all 7 seasons, and what they might not have, Netflix has.  Love it!

A few plans for the rest of the week: Where do I start?  School, Jacob to Tae Kwon Do, library/errands, church/choir stuff, Dress Rehearsal for choir concert, choir Christmas concerts this weekend (3 of them), writing assignments/MamaBuzz work, I'm supposed to go to the doctor but may have to reschedule due to lack of funds, etc. 

Here is a picture for thought I am sharing...(our Christmas tree)....

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Patti Lacy November 30, 2009 at 12:29 PM  

Beautiful post, Mel. Love the pictures.


Liz Tolsma November 30, 2009 at 1:03 PM  

Congrats on the first chapter of your first book. I love getting the first chapter out of the way so the rest can flow. Beautiful tree, too.

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