After weeks....perhaps months....seemingly years of rain, the sun came out! We had a beautiful weekend and today should be lovely as well. Yes, the rain will be back in a day or two, but the reprieve has been glorious.
I've been in a bit of a panic wondering if there is any chance I'd be able to get things done by the time the photography workshops roll around, but I'm seeing light at the end of the tunnel.
As always, I'm hoping the light is not a freight train coming my way. One freak hail storm, and I'm toast.
The Meadowbrook Farmer is my absolute favorite person these days. He's plowing through my honey-do list like a trooper, and while I'm known to take him for granted on occasion, his current above and beyond behavior is making it impossible to forget how happy I am that he's mine.
Thanks hon! I'll bake you cookies when this is all over in July! Right after I come out of my coma.
On a side note, my Pizza Delivery Boy, (junior number three, my baby, who as of Friday is now a Junior in high school - say it ain't so!), made sixty dollars in tips last night. Seriously? Sixty dollars? I'm in the wrong line of work.
Yet another side note.
One bean almost destroyed the interior of my car.
Last weekend while in Spokane for the Farm Chicks show (fabulous, btw - you must go if you ever have the chance), one of my friends placed her Mexican left overs in my cooler. Un-noticed by me, a lone pinto bean stayed in said cooler for four days - four measly days, and a new bio-weapon was created. When I opened the cooler, an explosion of noxious fumes spewed forth and apparently plastered themselves all over the interior of my car. The smell lingered for days, and I was starting to wonder if my car was going to smell like the open market in Mazatlan forever. I know this is not really blog worthy information, but I was impressed/appalled by the power of the bean and had to tell someone.
I'm hoping to do a greenhouse post very soon. I'm waiting, (and waiting - my contractor has forsaken me), for the finishing touches to be put on the exterior of the greenhouse and then it will be ready for a show and tell. Fingers crossed that it will be this week. This little greenhouse is going on month sixteen of construction. Let's wrap this puppy up, people! It is time.
Well, it is 6:18 a.m. Time to get outside!
Have a great day!