I love the simple idea of a daybook. Here is a borrowed version from Psychgirl.
Outside my window...is downtown Albany covered in a hazy fog this morning.
I am thankful for...the smiles I get each day from my wife.
From the kitchen...into my lunchbag this morning I put vegetarian chili, yogurt with strawberries, an apple, a bag of cheese and carrots.
I am wearing...my tennies still, haven't changed into my office appropriate heels yet.
I am reading...Middlesex, by Jeffrey Eugenides.
I am hoping...for a stress-free moving day.
I am creating...a web of hopes and desires for our new life in San Diego.
I am praying...for a healthy baby boy for Amy and Denis.
Around the house...one will find boxes, lots and lots of boxes. Some are packed and taped, some are half full, some are empty, some are disassembled still, and some will inevitably have a black cat jumping in and out all evening long.
One of my favorite things...is a hug in the morning from my love.
A few plans for the rest of the week...packing, of course, but that is boring. Tomorrow my office is taking me out for a goodbye luncheon and then the spectacular sisters slumber party begins at our house! B's sisters are bringing their blow up mattresses, their alcohol and food appetites, their giggles, and their hugs over to our furniture free house for a night of reliving the fun of a group of 12 year old girls.
A "picture" thought I’m sharing...Wish I was sunning at the lake today. Or, just sunning anywhere, where is the sun! The clouds are rolling in today...
Journal of a journaler