Saturday, June 2, 2012


The Simple Woman's Daybook June Edition

FOR TODAY (Join in by visiting The Simple Woman's Daybook )

Outside my window...there is a cool breeze in the dark night.

I am thinking...that I have a lot of spring gardening to complete before summer gets here.

I am thankful...Himself and I are in good enough health to be able to take care of our precious Isabella.

In the kitchen...the dishwasher is winding down - yea for dishwashers!

I am a baptism tomorrow at church. I love baptism services! (We baptize by immersion when someone is old enough to make their own decision to follow Jesus.)

I am to make ends meet.

I am reading...a Women's Murder Club novel.

I am stay healthy and to not have my condition progress any further.

I am looking forward to...glory.

I am to bite my tongue and think more before I speak.

Around the house...the pile of The Girl's laundry is finally getting smaller.

One of my favorite quiet evenings alone.

A few plans for the rest of the week... getting my hair dyed and a keratin express treatment!


  1. Just stopping by to say hello and I trust you are having a Blessed Day, with the Baptism and all. :)

    I pray for health and strength for you to be able to accomplish the things you need to do, and those you want to do. May you be filled with God's Peace Day by Day and in every circumstance.

    It is a mix of sun and cloud here today. This morning I had a quiet and relaxing time, just reading and thinking, and just being. It was and is so nice. I have decided not to have any plans for the day... and just take it easy and take it as it comes. I don't have too many days like that and so I am enjoying it. Steve made us brunch, talked to my mom on the phone, and she is having a restful day also. She is usually exhausted by the time she gets home from her dialysis. She goes on Tues., Thurs. and Saturdays. I did her grocery shopping, and made her dinner to last her a few days. So today is my day off! :)

    I hope to do a little catching up with a few folks and maybe do a little more reading , and watch a bit of the ballgame. Later go for a walk with Jesse and Steve.

    Well you take care and have a wonderful day, and week ahead.
    Hugs, Dianne :)

  2. Biting my tongue is something I am working on as well. It gets easier as I get older, wisdom gained with age and experience is the best thing ever!!!