Thursday, May 6, 2010

Whew, tiring day

We've mowed. We've weed-eated (weed-ate? did some weed-eating?). Only a little bit of the mountain of laundry, but there's tomorrow.

Johanna scrubbed/mopped all the floors and made dinner while Matthew, Jennifer and I were outside.

We re-stacked the cinder blocks, moved the 20ft trailer sides, and put together and loaded up 3 more raised beds. Hope to get to planting them tomorrow as well.

Our friends at the feed store talked us into filling a few water jugs there. Good water. They pay for their community water and while I'm sure they didn't mind, I can't see adding to someone else's water bill. We'll get the daily water plan worked out here soon enough.
I thought I'd work on some crocheting tonight, but I don't think my mind is in the mood to follow even a simple washcloth tonight. The youngers were playing light tag earlier and I could have fallen asleep watching them run around with the red, green and blue keytag laser lights.

It's been a long, hot day. We moved cinder blocks and the 20ft trailer sides so we could get the weeds around everything out front. We'll finish laundry, and mowing/weed eating tomorrow then we'll plant the raised beds. I need to get back to the farm market work and plans as well. I have plenty of bonnets, burps and bibs ready for sewing and I still need to make a plan for the baking to be done.

And I want to cut apart the blasted layered island in the kitchen. Yeah, it's the only countertop in the kitchen, I know...but I just don't like it and I want to cut off the goofy rounded curvy edge.


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