Monday, May 18, 2009

A person cannot be 2 places at once

I have the wash machine going, the dryer going, the dishwasher going, the sprinklers going.

The inside of the house has taken a slide, because we are doing so much out of doors.

DH unloaded all of the dirt tonight.

I planted 4 green beans bush type, a row of onions, 1 spinich (per SR request), 2 serano peppers, 6 jalapeno pappers, 1 sweet green peppers, 1 cantelope, 1 acorn squash, 1 zuchinni, 10 tomato plants (various types), 1 cucumber (I should plant 1 more), 2 rows of bi-colored sweet corn, and I think that is it. DH still wants eggplant, and the kids want strawberries.

After we got the dirt, in and plants planted, we decided we had better put a rabbit proof fence up. Otherwise I will be wearing a rabbit fur coat in September, and eating them. So we decided to fence. the one thing I loathe about projects, there are more projects as you go.

I wanted to take pictures, but I played with The Collective, after they spent most of their after school time running through the sprinklers.

So now, I am pooped, but I have laundry to do, and a sink of dirty dishes. There are not enough hours in the day. Maybe we can get finished with this project SOON.

I also must find my canner, and must be on the look out for jars. People get rid of jars all of the time. And I will need shelves in the basement for my canned goods. I might enter something in the darn fair.

I do love working outside, and would prefer it, to anything inside.

I also weeded more.

5 comments:

Aria said...

Sounds like you are a busy person! Thinking about all the fresh vegetables you are planting makes me want to come have dinner at your house! :)

Retired Navy CPO said...

You know you can get all that stuff at the store right. ;-)

chicamom85 said...

I know the feeling there is always something to do and when you finish that there is something else lol.

Have a great day

Some Soldier's Mom said...

A person cannot be 2 places at once

ummm... you are a mom. it is a requirement... along with eyes in the back of your head and mind reading. :-)

ptg said...

That "darn fair". What an ordeal!