Monday, January 12, 2009



This is my first daybook entry.

FOR TODAY January 12, 2009


Outside my window I am watching the progress of our new Science Building being built on campus. I am at work right now :)



I am thinking of how much I wish I could be a stay-at-home grandmother.



I am thankful, however, that my job provides a college education for my daughters.



I am wearing black pants, a long sleeved black tee, and a white fleece vest. It is cold this morning.



I am creating many schedules today for students who are returning for second semester.




I am going to JoAnn Fabrics during my lunch hour to buy patterns since they are all 99 cents today.




I am reading The Elm Creek Quilters series byJennifer Chiaverini . I just finished book four "The Runaway Quilt" which I enjoyed thouroughly. Book #5 is in the mail to me now via Amazon.




I am hoping today just flies by. The beginning week of a new semester can be quite stressful.




I am hearing my phone buzzing me a text message.



Around the house I still have Christmas decorations to put away. How come it's never as much fun to put them away as it is to bring them out?




One of my favorite things is playing with my sweet grandbabies.




A few plans for the rest of the week include putting those pesky Christmas decorations away, having some church folks over for dinner, and make it through a challenging work week.




Here is picture thought I am sharing



My little granddaughter - Ava Claire.

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8 comments:

Karen said...

Everytime I open your blog and see the picture of your family, it just makes me smile. You all look so happy and sun kissed!

I remember when I was working (before kids), all I wanted was to have babies and be a stay-at-home-mom. I need reminding of that, because some days I wish I was back in a "real" job. The grass is always greener. I know I wouldn't be happy working outside the home.

Have a good day, Robin.

Jerralea said...

I wish I was a stay at home mom, too.

The picture of Ava Claire is so cute!

Enjoyed your daybook, and have a wonderful week.

Becky said...

I didn't know Joanne's patterns were 99 cents this week. Hobby Lobby were 99 cents last week! So many choices.

And book #4 was my favorite in the series. I love history, so it fit right in.

Willow said...

A busy but fun week!

A Day In the Life . . . said...

I read the Elm Creek Quilters series when I first moved here to Portland - it was great! Then I decided to make one of the quilts, got it cut out, but haven't done anything . . And I guess I missed the JoAnn's sale - what are you making?? You're so creative! Say hello to your family for me!

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