Raking the cut swaths together is a fun and fast jobs for new young farmers!
Finally we are off and running. Well, my farmer is. My lawnmower broke a belt and it isn't a good time to ask for a repair! ;^) The grandson got a few rounds with his Grand Farmer.
So while the hay is growing on my lawn I worked a bit on the beds. This morning there is a fog and the humidex readings are gonna be up there.
The focus for the week is PAINT. There are a few secondary things that I can possibly incorporate or slot in as alternatives should the weather predictions prove true.
I shall be plunking the new shrubs in first thing and checking out the shade available at the coop. I need to sort old/new, clean/unreadable, outside/inside paint cans and a jumbled box of supplies which is part of the secondary 'clean the basement' job. I need to just start. What is it about new projects that makes me hesitate? ss (slight smile) I seem to have no problem leaping into new quilt ideas and slashing up perfectly good yardage into slivers to do it! LOL Another secondary job is the baby quilts and I had no problem starting the 2 extra ones!
It is only paint, it is Only paint, it is only Paint. And washable at that!