Friday, May 3, 2013

The Simple Woman's Day Book

I thought I would give this a shot. Sounds interesting. It comes from a blog called The Simple Woman's Day Book: 

FOR TODAY

Outside my window... I have no window. I work in a windowless office.

I am thinking... it would be nice to have a large decaf cappuccino right now.

I am thankful... that I spoke to my cousin for a long while last night and we both managed to release some grief

In the kitchen... the kettle is boiling

I am wearing... my favourite African shirt with jeans

I am creating... documents to be sent out for a law firm

I am going...to my cousin Linsay for dinner tonight

I am wondering...how my wife's day is going

I am reading... The Gabriel Method

I am hoping...that someone will offer to make tea soon

I am looking forward to...the one week holiday we have planned for June

I am learning to be more mindful

Around the house...I am certain the cats are wandering

I am pondering...what the next chapter in my life will reveal.
A favorite quote for today... "Life is too short for bullshit"
One of my favorite things... cuddling with the dogs and cats. Especially in winter.

A few plans for the rest of the week: making music with Justin and catching up with Dori

A peek into my day...
I was in the office at twenty to eight this morning. Working flat out since. I could use a power nap around about now.

6 comments:

  1. I relate to several of these (a holiday in June, pondering about the next chapter, etc.), but especially this one:
    "I am learning to be more mindful." It's a big goal.

    But not so much "cuddling with the dogs and cats" ha. (Allergic to cats)

    Thanks for sharing your Daybook.

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    1. Thanks for stopping by. Learning to be more mindful is a challenge and it seems that simply deciding to be more mindful, the universe likes to hand you several things that put that to the test. All at once.

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  2. Thanks, Jennifer. I am usually in the office at 7am, so I was a little late that day. I am not naturally an early bird and by no stretch of the imagination a morning person, but it seems that I have somehow adapted.

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