One word – busy. The weather has warmed up at last, and the outdoor list is long. The Master Gardeners projects have started, and I’ve been doing social media and computer work for them like it is a full-time job.
Tomorrow, I’m headed to Tower Hill Botanic Garden in Boylson, MA. It is suppose to rain all day, but, hey, that never stops a group of Master Gardeners from visiting a garden. 🙂
Speaking of spring, has anyone bought a garden shed that they’re happy with? We’re looking at them for some of my gardening supplies, but there sure are a lot to choose from with varying online costs and opinions.
I’ve been doing some inside painting. I have three different areas going I guess to keep myself from getting bored – kitchen, master bath, and hallway. I’m using the same color paint so it’s not exciting, but it is a little easier to match it up when I stop. If you’ve had to paint a really high ceiling in a stairwell and came up with a good tool, do tell because I’m past the time I could balance a ladder on a step.
Over the weekend, I wrote a guest post for the Landaff Ledger blog from the town where my grandparents lived. Once it was published, there was a suggestion by a reader to submit it to the local historical society. That’s when you feel old – when they want to submit something you’ve written as oral history.
But, we did enjoy our first seafood of the year since returning from SC – clam strips at Bob’s Clam Hut in Kittery, Maine. We were lucky to get a table because after we sat down there was standing room only.
Here’s hoping spring is in the air where you are, well, except for our Australian friends who are enjoying fall right now. Have you started your spring to-do-list?🌷