Oh yum, dandelion, my favorite!!
Woo hoo, look at all that green stuff..which they soon till under with their scratching. Weeds be gone, and I didn’t have to lift a finger!
I had a tough time getting clear shots, they were moving so fast, you would think they had not been fed in a month of Sundays!
If we do end up having to move, I sure hope I can find a place where I can keep my chickens! I enjoy them too much to give them up easily.
I have been working on the post for the step by step building of the potting bench. There is a lot of photos. I think I will have to break it up into a couple blog posts.
I have been reading a bit on photographing food. It is something I had never really thought about before, but we (my husband and I) love to cook together and thought we could share some recipes here and there. You all get to be our guinea pigs while I learn how to photograph and present step by step or close to it of whipping up our favorites!
Can you guess what this is?? It will be one of my first attempts at sharing a recipe with you.
I am winding down now. It has been a long day. I have quite a few orders for signs to paint and I base painted, cut out shapes and varathaned a few today. I worked at that until dinner time.
After dinner, as a treat to myself I got out and cleaned up one of the raised beds in the back yard, worked the soil a bit with my Hoe-Dag (love that thing) and planted some lettuce and sugar snap peas.
If you are wondering what a Hoe-dag is go to the link below. I have no affiliation with Hoe Dag, I just love the one I have.
I checked my seedlings in my greenhouse and by then it was 8pm. I love the long evenings. Tomorrow is more sunshine but it is still to be a bit chilly with some North winds blowing. By next week we should FINALLY be in the 70’s here. I am too tired or I would happy dance!
Good night all…sleep well. Tomorrow is a new day!