Last week I ended up working about seventy hours over six days. That only left one day, Sunday to get everything done that I had planned for the weekend. That's not much time when the "To Do" list keeps growing.
First off I didn't want to waste any daylight so I was up and ready at the crack of dawn.
I grabbed a fresh cup of Mesquite Coffee and sat on the back patio watching the Mini Farm come awake. This was the best part of the day so far. A cold front moved through a couple of days ago and it was a cool 67 degrees. A heavy dew was on the grass and the newly formed spider webs sparkled in the new day. It was quiet, it was relaxing.
So many plans, so little time.
What did I do with the old wind break you ask? With some modification and the wife telling us how to do it, me and the oldest girl turned it into a dog bed for the wife's new puppy.
The name is pronounced Basil. I don't know why it has a Y in it but it does.
The stuff I do to make the wife smile?????
Here is a picture of the youngest girls "Wee" garden. She is really proud of it and i think it looks great.
I just thought I would share.
I know it doesn't sound like much was done on my one day off, but add in mowing and all the other chores and it was a full day.
We ended the day with some friends and family coming over, grilling and eating outside.
On the menu was Mushroom Swiss burgers.
Finger licking good right there.
I also wanted to say thank you to the newest folks for hitting the button and becoming part of the MDR family. If y'all need anything just let me know.
Until next time,