Monday, January 25, 2010

… daybook ::4::


for today  ::  January 25, 2010


outside my window. . . a clear blue sky. . . & lots of snow on the mountains! (so pretty!)


I am thinking. . .  of working on my own designs/projects. . . it's been too long since I've be able to work on any!


from the kitchen. . . coffee. . . (so far). . . I have a feeling today will be a day of lots & lots of coffee.


I am wearing. . . pink t-shirt, pink sweater, & my pj pants (. . .still!. . . they're so comfy!), & slipper socks.


I am creating. . . order back into the studio & office. (After the quilt show this weekend - they both need it!)

I am remembering. . . how much I enjoy doing my local quilt show. So fun to see such lovely friends!


I am going. . . to run errands later this morning & then starting a new quilt this afternoon. (I can hardly wait to get it started!)


I am reading. . . Tilda books. . . as many as I can collect!


I am hoping  (still) . . . that  the world will hang there with giving for Haiti. . . & then will ask. . . "who next?"


I am hearing. . . the heater humming. . . working to warm the house. (It was freezing (literally) last night!


around the house. . . baskets & containers from my house - that I used in my quilt show booth - just waiting to be put back where they 'live'. . . (I was too tired & too hungry to put them back in their place last evening.)


one of my favorite things. . .  a week full of possibilities.


a few plans for the rest of the week. . . sewing, stitching - more sewing & stitching


from my picture journal. . .

This is the new little baby panda at the San Diego Zoo. (Soooo cute!)  I grew up in San Diego, & we had year round passes to the  San Diego Zoo & Wild Animal Park. . . & oh how I miss getting to pop in to see little miracles - such as this.!


Bren


5 comments:

luvtoquilt said...

I very much enjoy reading your blog -- I identify with much of what you post. My mother lived with us for three years before her Alzheimer's advanced to the stage which necessitated a nursing home. I visit her every day, but she is pretty much lost to me. It's great that your dad can still share in your life. Thanks for sharing! By the way, what are Tilda books?

Camille said...

I love reading your daybook entries. Such a great idea! I feel like I get a little peek into your day.

You know, you have such a good heart! Thanks for being you.

Jacquelynne said...

I always like to find out what you are up to.... makes me feel like we don't live so far apart!

Quilted Quickies said...

Nice to see you at the Tucson quilt show. I'm in Phoenix and it looks like rain. Please say a prayer for us that the rain goes away and sales are good. I really like your "daybook"!

mascanlon said...

I love the daybook Bren. I don't blog but have decided to take this idea and write it in a journal. I have been wanting to gather some ideas, thoughts for myself and this seems like a perfect jog. Thank you!

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