Wednesday, March 25, 2015

The Simple Woman's Daybook

For Today... {March 25th 2015}

Outside my window... It is raining  and foggy

I am thinking... About my upcoming doctor visit and hoping they will find something that will stop this pain (fibromyalgia)

I am thankful... I am thankful for everything in my life that is good but mostly I am thankful for my family ...My three sons and their families and my wonderful Michael for all that he does.

I am wearing... Ok remember I have fibromyalgia and today is a anything touching my body is painful....So I am wearing my purple nightdress that my sister gave me :) You would have to see it to explain the hesitant of saying I was wearing it :)

I am creating... I have been working on my website and getting my book published

I am going... I am going to physiotherapy tomorrow for my hand ... I have to get the muscles build back up from carpal tunnel surgery  

I am wondering... I am always wondering what tomorrow may be and sometimes I forget about today ....A therapist once told me to stop living in the past or the future and concentrate and be present for today

I am reading...
Celestine Prophecy again because its one of those books that gives you more each time you read it 

I am hoping... I am hoping more than anything that we get to move back home to the US before next winter .... Back to beautiful Boise 

I am learning...
I am learning to take one day at a time 

In my kitchen...

ps. Instead of making cornbread I just get cheese tea buns from the store or the mix for red lobster biscuits and make them and then cut in half place in pan on top of the chili and put a cover for a few minutes so they can warm through

A favorite quote for today...

A peek into one of my days...
I have already given you peeks :)

One of my favorite things...
Taking road trips with Michael ..... 


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“But is it such a bad thing to live like this for just a little while? Just for a few months of one's life, is it so awful to travel through time with no greater ambition than to find the next lovely meal? Or to learn how to speak a language for no higher purpose than that it pleases your ear to hear it? Or to nap in a garden, in a patch of sunlight, in the middle of the day, right next to your favourite fountain? And then to do it again the next day?”
Elizabeth Gilbert, Eat, Pray, Love

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