The Simple Woman’s Daybook ~ Oct 6th

by | Oct 6, 2008 | Daybook | 4 comments

FOR TODAY: October 6th, 2008, The Feast of St. Bruno

Outside my Window… there is still quite a bit that needs to be done to prepare for winter, but the sun has come out for the moment, and the forecast is predicting more sunny weather come Wednesday!

I am thinking… about our upcoming All Saints’ Party at the end of the month. My children look forward to it all year long!

From the school room… we have a bit of catch up work that needs to be done. We have had a difficult time settling into a routine this past month.

I am thankful… my hubby is home! Now things are calming down, and it is nice! We really missed him!

From the kitchen… Hot Chai Tea and Biscotti! Yum!! A dear older woman from Church just had eye surgery, and is on bedrest for two weeks so I’ll be taking her dinner tonight, so I have chicken cooking in the crock pot. I am planning on making Chicken Enchiladas, Corn, Salad and Mexican Rice for dinner, with brownies for dessert.

I am creating… a list of games we have played in the past at our All Saints’ Party.

I am going… to make sure I make it to Gymboree this week. I have a couple Gymbucks that *HAVE* to be used! 😉

I am wearing… a big warm cozy sweatshirt. It is really cold in our house today!

I am reading… through the Serendipity Plans and trying to figure out what we will be focusing on this week.

I am hoping… to celebrate the Feast of the Most Holy Rosary tomorrow. I may call a couple friends and see if they want to get together to say the rosary, color pictures, and eat a cupcake rosary! I plan on using mini cupcakes for the Hail Mary beads, and regular sized ones for the our Fathers. I’ve seen this done (or read about it) before (was it you?), and I have been dying to try it myself. It’s not like we have had too much cake around here, or anything!

I am hearing… the children playing together, and the washing machine humming. Very familiar sounds in our home.

Around the house… Roses! Fresh, Candy, and Paper Roses!

One of my favorite thingsOur First Class Relic of St. Therese. Since Nancy asked about it it is a tiny piece of her bone, and was a given to us by one of hubby’s brothers.

A Few Plans For The Rest Of The Week

  • Catch up on our school work.
  • The tutor will be coming Tue & Wed.
  • Mass and Benediction on Friday, followed by lunch with Father.
  • Keep it simple!

Here is a picture thought I am sharing:

I always love seeing my girls in their veils for Mass.

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I hope you all have a simply wonderful week!

4 Comments

  1. Ruth

    We’re making the cupcake rosary tonight. Our priest is coming over tomorrow, so I hope to have everything ready by then 🙂

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  2. Margaret

    You are as amazing as ever.

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  3. The Wades

    they look so so cute in their veils! 🙂

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  4. Anonymous

    What a sweet photo…your children have the most beautiful eyes!! And the veils…quite lovely!

    Reply

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