Monday, August 18, 2008

Mondays at Peggy's

For Today...August 18th

Outside my Window... the sun is rising...I love sunrises they are beautiful. The start of a new day.

I am thinking... of what kind of craft me and Miller are doing today. I may have to go looking for something.

I am thankful for... is a wonderful ministry for moms...our awareness was this past weekend.....we are starting up a second one for working moms in the evening...please keep us in prayer.

From the kitchen... Fresh Hot biscuits and sausage for this morning......lunch will be Loaded Baked Potatoes.....Mexican Chicken Casserole and fruit for dinner

I am wearing... Grey pajama pants and a red Old navy tank

I am reading... Nothing....if you have any good books for me to go find throw them at me...I need a small but good read.

I am hoping... we get some rain this week.....end of the summer flowers need it.

I'm going..... No where the house. Working in the garden...I have sweet potatoes coming up.

I am hearing... the television coming on as Scott is wanting to view Sport Center before his day gets going.

Around the house... beds need stripped the house needs vacuumed and the floors mopped......laundry needs to be folded....and maybe some dusting in there too.

One of my favorite things... an ice coffee

A Few Plans For The Rest Of The Week...gymnastics and cheer practices are this dinner for a friend who just bought a new home...lunch with a friend....our dog has a vet week....Miller has a hair appointement and one day we will run around with momma.

For more of these wonderful day books....go on over to see Peggy at The Simple wont want to miss this!


Trailboss said...

Mexican Chicken Casserole sounds so yummy. Would you mind posting the recipe? Or you could email it to me. My email is on my blog.

Thanks girl!

p.s. I can't get over this wonderful weather! September will probably be just as good or better. You are right though, we need some rain. My pastures are burning up.

~TAMY 3 Sides of Crazy~ said...

Sounds like a busy fulfilling week. Have a great one. :)

Love Bears All Things said...

Loved your menu! I'd like the recipe also. We had rain Friday, the first of significance since May.
Mama Bear

Chez Nous said...

MOPS is such a wonderful ministry. It was such a blessing to me when I moved to a new state, my husband was deployed and I knew no-one. A fellow Navy spouse I met at a Family Support Group meeting invited me to MOPS and I so enjoyed the fellowship, the crafts and the informational meetings. Happy, happy times.

KrisinTN said...

i always love your daybooks so today I decided to participate. I hope you have a great day.

Sandra said...

I always love reading your daybook, it sounds so much like mine. You know I mentioned coffee being my favorite thing today LOL And I also have to change bed linens and mop and do laundry LOL

Org Junkie said...

That's awesome you are starting a MOPS for working mommas, very cool!

Elaine said...

Sounds like a very nice day. =)

As for books to read, I've really enjoyed reading a mystery series by Joanne Fluke. You can check them out at here web site:
They are not difficult to read or have any gore in them. Just a good read. And each book is loaded with recipes.


Lisa said...

Great, easy reads I've recently discovered: Elizabeth Peters for short, fun, well written Egyptian mysteries, featuring Amelia Peabody, the world's coolest Egyptologist/ sleuthing mom. Anne Perry for short Victorian novels, with deeply drawn characters and plots, also with a husband/wife sleuthing team.

&:o) Loved your Simple Woman Monday post! Blessings to you today!

Sandy said...

You def. know how to give your life away, JEN!

Keep it up, girl!

Thanks for all your encouraging comments to me as well.


A happy heart at home said...

Hi. I enjoyed your Daybook. I hope all goes well for your working moms' MOPS. Your menu sounds delicious! My favorite quick read is "Playing by Heart" by Deborah Raney. I found it at our public library, then I liked it so much I bought my own copy. sells them.

Have a great week!


Thia said...

Iced coffee does sound good. Lately it's been cool enough for the morning cup to be hot and warm enough during the day to drink Iced Tea.

gail@more than a song said...

Lately I've put cold coffee, milk, ice and maybe chocolate or some other flavor and putting it all in the blender to blend...sorta yummy! If I really splurge, maybe a scoop of frozen vanilla yogurt,

Renee said...

Sounds like you have a wonderful week ahead. I really enjoy your daybook posts!

Grandma Starr said...

I enjoyed your daybook. Sounds like you have a busy week ahead. Thanks for sharing.
From one coffee lover to another...
Grandma Starr