Outside my window . . . the landscape is snow covered but the sun is shining brightly.
I am thinking . . . about spring coming and whether I will be any more successful at having a garden this year.
I am thankful . . . for healthy children, a loving husband, and a nice house to live in.
In the kitchen . . . the children are eating cupcakes. A menu plan still needs to be made for this week.
I am creating . . . crocheting a couple of afghans for my older girls. I suspect this will be a year long project.
I am wearing . . . just the usual sweatpants and a T-shirt. A fashionista I am not.
I am going . . . to band tonight with Star. But no skating today. The girls had their skating carnival last weekend and did very well. Now skating is over for the season so we may have a little more time on our hands.
I am reading . . . The Star Garden by Nancy Turner and for some Lenten reading I am going through Signs of Life: 40 Catholic Customs and Their Biblical Roots by Scott Hahn.
I am hoping . . . to remain at peace.
I am looking forward to . . . spring.
I am learning . . . to take each moment as it comes.
Around the house . . . hubby continues to work on our basement reno. Today he is mudding some drywall.
A favorite quote for today . . . "The poverty of being unwanted, unloved, and uncared for is the greatest poverty. We must start in our own homes to remedy this kind of poverty" (Blessed Teresa of Calcutta)
One of my favorite things . . . smiles.
A few plans for the rest of the week: Lil gets her 18 month shots tomorrow, piano lessons for Sky on Thursday. Other than that I am not sure.