dateline: Savannah, Georgia; 11:48 am; Thursday morning.
weather: cooler, winds still northeast and dry.
loving having the windows opened and the fresh air pouring in the house.
drinking a steaming mug, albeit my last mug of the day, of creamy french vanilla laden coffee
serving a spicy pot of sausage vegetable stew with elbow noodles and fresh baked dinner rolls, perfect for the fall-like weather
watching the television series Eureka; on season 3.5. Haven't seen the series in quite sometime so when we began the series again it was fresh and new.
wearing pajamas still but really need to head to the shower to get ready for work.
reading the next in the j.d. robb, in death series for the umpteenth time through the series; only a quarter of the way done but...
anticipating picking up the latest in the series at the bookstore tomorrow.
feeling lost regarding blogging and scrapbooking (digitally). I'm so behind on project life - at least to me; and I've done nothing on the week in the life that I may just scrubb the project and incorporate it into catching up project life.
waiting breathlessly for my wood flooring that goes in this Saturday.
rejoicing at the thought that there is no homeschool co-op tomorrow for a much needed Friday break
excited that I had two flair badges on my name tag this past Sunday morning (it's the little things): prayer warrior and 'the Pampered thing'; received both because we attend the morning prayer with children's ministry, and I've begun bringing in breakfast once a month (and I may surprise them with one here and there too.)
enjoying our reading time together immensely. We are currently reading Calico Bush for their American Literature course; and The Landing of the PIlgrims for their American History (extra).
hoping that the two possible Eagle projects for John and Jarrod come through and they can begin seeing them through to fruition.
paying bills stinks, yet leaves a good feeling at the accomplishment, and so thankful that God has blessed us with the funds to pay them.
marveling at the faithfulness of God. Not just in blessing but just for who He is. In my morning studies, during my time with Him, He is showing me over and over how to seek after heart like His.
celebrating in my heart an awesome husband, amazing time with my sons homeschooling them, a fantastic small group that get fellowship and desires to study the Word (and not just be a group that gathers to talk but who want to grow in Christ and encourage each other to grow, and the humbleness of my husband to ask for help in putting in the wood flooring and for our groups willingness to help.
knowing without a doubt that I'm not at that comfortable place yet with full time work but that I am closer to getting there.