Friday, August 14, 2009


The end of the week I suppose by some standards. Never really seems like the end of anything around here, though.

Sewing...yard work...barn work...fencing...sewing...

Pretty much the same list as usual for here.

I was mowing yesterday and got around to the wood stack for winter. It's still pretty well stocked, but I'm trying to figure out how I got side-tracked and have not put anymore wood to it all year. I had it made -- we were ahead on wood needs. Now, looks like I'm actually getting behind :o( Grrr. laziness. This year's work is what feeds and heats us next year...or beyond, considering I don't use that much wood really given the climate here. Certainly not as much as we went through back north with long serious winter heating needs. I could probably get 2 seasons from what is in the wood stack right now, but that's not what I want. You just don't 'get wood as you need it' -- that isn't a good mindset. Heating and cooking with wood requires continual work. Guess it's all part of that idle hands saying.

Today I'm needing another trip to town :o( Things to gather for Dewey. I'm not at all looking forward to it -- it's nearing 10 am and I'm not out the door yet, that should tell you about my enthusiasm level. I do need to get moving, though. I don't like multiple trips out and about without good reason...and with the load I have here at home, I can't think of any really good reasons to be gone, but Dewey requested so off we go.

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