Monday, November 10, 2008


Outside My Window...kinda dreary, cold out there...makes me wish hubbster and I were in sweaters and jeans drinking coffee in the cab of our old truck parked out in a field.

I am thinking...I can't wait to be "Secretary of the Lupton Home"!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I am thankful for...oh, my husband. Love is not the word for what we have. Saying "I love you" just doesn't seem fitting. It's not enough. You know what I mean?

From the kitchen...just ate parmesan chicken and 2 big scoops of broccoli and a long john and a diet pepsi and workin on some apples and cheese. I can't get enough to eat! Tonight it's lasagna and leftover corn casserole for Q and I. His middle name should've been Lasagna.
I am wearing...khakis, green tee and black hoodie. and pumas. OH man...I'm wearing the same thing only the tee is pink. I'm a loser!

I am office in my home. And organization to EVERYTHING. And homemade Christmas gifts!! I can't WAIT to get started!

I am grab some crafting stuff at Walmart this weekend and set up a spot for us in the basement. Hayden LOVES to draw, so I'm making our basement into an office/craft room/scrapbook room/t.v. room/toy room. I would love to buy 4 long tables and put them all along the wall end to end to give us plenty of room.

I am reading..."A 6th Bowl of Chicken Soup for the Soul".
I am hoping...that Charlie finds the place he fits in and all goes well with mama staying home.
I am pop fizzing, the clock ticking...and quiet. "Be still and know that I am God."
Around the house...remnants of Daddy time...dishes, scarce leftovers, laundry, all pushed aside to make the most of our weekend together. Lovingly messy.
One of my favorite things...decorating my freshly cleaned house for the holidays, while listening to music. also, my children's art work.
A Few Plans For The Rest Of The Week: spending time in each room, listening to my heart to find what needs changing in order to make it more comfortable and nurturing.

Here is picture thought I am sharing...

I am in LOVE with these old Hacienda Doors from Mexico. I am NUTS over Mexican antique doors. Someday I would like to purchase a set. I'd hang them on the wall and just look at them all the time. I'd have a dinner party in their honor. I'd even put their picture in my wallet.

1 comment:

momma read said...

these would make a cool head board for a bed too,