Sunday, June 19, 2011

Book Of My Day #3

Outside my window  is a clear, sunny, but cold day. It's pretty quiet inside my window too as I'm home from church with two sick children, and they're sitting in front of "Tigger's Big Movie".

I have been listening to "Lord I Need You" by Chris Tomlin - a little taste of the words below.

Verse 1:
Lord I come, I confess
Bowing here I find my rest
Without You I fall apart
You're the one that guides my heart

Lord, I need You, oh I need You
Every hour I need You
My one defense, my righteousness
Oh God, how I need You
I have been wearing my warm winter jacket most days.

I am thankful for Bash-boy and the happy little boy he is (most of the time).

I am pondering ways to be "natural" while sharing my faith with those I love dearly.

I am reading "50 Days of Heaven" by Randy Alcorn. It's interesting to read his perspective on what our eternal home will be like.

I am creating my plant diary for CIT. I'll show photos later - I only have until Tuesday to finish it.

I am hoping and praying that I'll never be happy with mediocre.
I am looking forward to sewing many new items for my etsy store while I'm on holidays from CIT!

One of my favourite things is hearing Bash-man (or Bash-boy or Bash or Bashy or Sebastian Paul Roberts) call me "Cai-cai".

A picture thought I'm sharing  is what comes up every time I turn my sewing machine on, so  I'm back to the dark ages of having to use a pedal to sew not just pressing a button ie I'm using Mum's sewing machine while mine is broken. :)


  1. Cai-Cai is a very sweet nickname.

    When do you have to start your flower dress for floriade? I'm looking forward to seeing that!

  2. Hi Cath,

    Lovely to hear from you. The competition is on the 17th of September, so that is when I'll be donig it. I could practice beforehand but as that means double the flowers and therefore double the money that option doesn't really appeal to me.

    Also re the 5 books, I surprised even myself that I didn't include any Dickens. I don't know how that happened apart from the fact that I really didn't know which books anyway and somehow Dickens slipped my mind. Perhaps I should write a post "The 5 Dickens books that changed my life" :)

    Anyway enough rambling. My love to all the McLs.