Tuesday, April 6, 2010

The return of the Daybook

I used to do the Daybook (as inspired by Kate) on my last blog, and I usually try to do it on Mondays. But since today feels like a Monday to me (we just got home from our Easter weekend late last night), I'm going to do it today!

Outside: Very warm temps (it got to 85 degrees today -- now THIS is why I live in the South!) and beautiful, beautiful sunshine. While we were gone for only 4 days, the tree right outside our front windows went from completely bare to blooming with these perfect almost-neon green baby leaves, and the sun is making shadows on our hardwood floors through those baby leaves. Golly Moses, I just love the Spring.
Thinking: About my job in this economy. Even though I only need it for a few months longer to meet our financial goals before I become a full-time stay-at-home mommy, it would still be a great loss to me to lose it now. We are also becoming more and more Indiana-minded with each passing month (and as my belly gets bigger and bigger!). We just want to be HOME, where we can raise our children around their family members and where we can have support and help.
Thankful: For my Jesus. For the promise of the Resurrection and to know that He will wipe away every tear from our eyes and then there will be no more tears. Ever again.
From the kitchen: A fresh pot of coffee. We're lazing in the afternoon sunshine at the moment and not hungry enough for dinner yet. And I was too busy earlier today to make coffee and I'm getting a dreaded no-caffeine headache, so Marty made me some of his famous coffee. Of course, I won't sleep until 3 in the morning, but that's okay!
Creating: A "spring greetings" card. I have to send some kind of correspondence out to make up for the Christmas greetings that never happened!
Going: Nowhere this weekend! We need a break from the traveling. Let's just say that 8 hours in a car with a 9-month-old is no fun for anybody, even with a brand-new DVD player and videos of Dora, George, and Clifford!
Reading: It Sucked and Then I Cried: How I Had a Baby, a Breakdown, and a Much-Needed Margarita by Heather Armstrong. I'm going to do a book review on this as soon as I'm finished -- wait for it!
Hoping: That Marty hears back with positive news on a job possibility.
Hearing: Marty watching Paula Deen. We are big Paula fans in this household, and if we ever get to Savannah (hopefully before we move north), we're going to stand in line for a table at her restaurant.
A favorite thing: Short sleeves. Flip-flops. Pedicures. Four-cheese pasta and brown bread with butter at Cheesecake Factory. A chance to go to aforementioned restaurant with my hubby while my mom watched our son!


Kristen said...

I love these entries the most because we get a whole-picture glimpse into the daily life of Becky. Funny how no matter who we are, where we are or what we're doing, so many thoughts of happiness and concern are universal - the family, the job, the seasons, what we look forward to. Miss you, Beck. thanks for sharing!

Kate said...

We're both a day (or 2) late with the daybook this week! Anxious to hear about Marty's job possibility...tell me the details sometime. Oh, and I love the spring greeting card idea!

Becky said...

Thank you, my dears, for leaving me such loving, encouraging comments. You both rock my ever-lovin' world.

ashley @ twentysixcats said...

I totally agree with Kristen's comment!

I thought you weren't moving to Indiana anymore?