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Anet’s Fourth of July Daybook July 4, 2010

Filed under: Daybook — anet smith @ 4:24 pm

Outside my window… lots and lots of green trees, mountains, the New Market Battlefield

I am thankful for… having lunch with my grandmother. I told the boys they need to be thankful to have eaten meals with their great-grandmothers – I don’t have that memory.

I am wearing… denim capris and sleeveless red striped top

I am remembering… past trips to the Shenandoah Valley.

A few plans for the week…seeing family and friends, trip to D.C., flying home standby

I am currently reading… Mt. Vernon Love Story by Mary Higgins Clark

I am hoping…that all four of us can fly home together

On my mind… the great sacrifices our founding fathers made and comparing past leadership with current

Hearing…. MIL’s voice, hubby fixing grill, traffic on the Interstate

I am praying that……. I have patience in planning. I have been praying often for my son’s life purpose and future mate.

From the kitchen… a birthday celebration: crab, shrimp and steak

Around the house…a scared doggy

One of my favorite things… purple and all shades of it

From my picture journal

Notice the fire on the bottom left. First time I was at a display where something caught fire. Also the coldest I’ve ever been at 4th Celebration

More daybooks here.

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One Response to “Anet’s Fourth of July Daybook”

  1. Mama Bear Says:

    I feel the same about our children and grandchildren knowing their great grandparents…hopefully I’ll know mine…sounds like you’re having a wonderful visit and celebration…safe trip home.
    Mama Bear


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