~I had bought some Million Bells plants on clearance earlier last week and potted them up in hanging baskets that I already have.
~I planted some Hollyhock seeds directly into the flower beds...we will see if they come up.
~Jeff mowed the lawn and added the grass clippings to the compost pile.
~One of our neighbors approached Jeff about building her a raised garden bed box like he had done for me. She wanted to pay him to make it. Jeff and I looked at each other and decided to just bless her with one of mine. :) She was shocked that we would do that but we told her that is what good neighbors do...they help each other out. 😁 We are so glad that we were able to do this for her.
~We stayed home all weekend since we had gotten our covid vaccine and were not sure how the side effect may affect us. We made the most of it though by getting creative with meals and taking advantage of the super warm weather to eat out on the porch.
~Jeff got my old rocking chair out of the garage and fixed it so that we can now use it on the back porch. The cats love it!
~I planted the green onions that I had rooted from the bottoms of the 2 bunches I got at the grocery store.
~We SKYPEd with Josh,, Lauren and Tate on Sunday.
~I made a big tuna pasta salad with some green onions from our garden. Hubby was a happy camper! The kitties were too since they got the "juice" drained off the tuna.
~Two more loaves of bread were made.
~I transferred most of our income tax refund that arrived today into our savings account. The rest has been earmarked for something else.
~Jeff hung up some wasp traps in the front and back yards. The wasps are awful this year!
~Jeff and I both spent some time in the gardens. He did some weeding and I trimmed back the herbs and picked up the sticks that came out of the trees during our windstorm last night.
~Jeff and I went out to see Jaysn and Rachel's new house and property. It is amazing and Steven is so happy to have all kinds of room to run! They have lots of fruit trees, an established garden and tons of building materials that were left there. Jeff and I are taking the metal roofing to build more raised garden beds.
~Jeff brought home some free lumber from a job.
~We called my parents and my middle brother and had a long and nice chat with them. :)
~I repotted some rosemary and basil plants in pots that I already have.
~Dinner was four cheese ravioli ($2.49), with pesto sauce ($1) and some Texas Toast (FREE).
~Our backyard provided all kinds of entertainment for the cats and I today. There were birds, a silly squirrel and even a nice kitty who came to visit.
~I washed down the rocking chair cushion with some laundry detergent and hot water, rinsed it and then set it out in the sun to dry. The cats were right back on it as soon as it was brought back onto the back porch. So much for a clean chair for me. Good thing I love them!
~Chris came over to get some of the wood chips we have for his yard and filled up the back of his truck with some. He also brought me over a bag of organic potting soil. I sent him home with some peony plants and a door mat (along with some paints) for Isaiah to paint for me. He has a whole big plan for how he wants to do it and I told him to just go for it!
~I watched a movie on YouTube.
~Dinner was chicken breasts cooked in the air fryer, broccoli cheese rice and a salad. Quick, easy and semi healthy. I save one of the chicken breasts for another meal since I cooked 3 of them. We had leftover dressing from the salad kit so I saved it for another salad.
~I loaded coupons onto my Safeway card.
~I found the huge family sized boxes of Captain Crunch cereal (Jeff like this for a snack) for .99 at Grocery Outlet. I also found crackers for .50 a box.
~I decided to buy the sale price bags of coleslaw mix and garden salad mix instead of the salad kits. Savings of $8 right there. I can't wait until I can get lettuce going in my garden so I can just pick it fresh.
~Jeff and I stopped to see the bears at WSU. Four of the younger ones were out in the huge play yard running around and walked right in front of us. The HUGE bear that was still in his cage climbed it for us and we saw how big he really is. Free entertainment and I always feel better after seeing the bears.
~It is no secret that I love flowers. I found some beautiful geraniums for $3.97 each and will be potting these up in one of my pots for the front porch. I am going to try my hand at propagating them too and see if I can master that.
Sounds like you stayed busy and frugal. Nice of you to help out the neighbor.ReplyDelete
Cheryl, we are a close knit group of neighbors and always try to help each other out. Our neighbor Sue is a total sweetheart and we love her dearly. :)Delete
Very kind of you to give one of your raised bed to your neighbor! Sound like a very good week, too, and hope the side effects were minimal. :)ReplyDelete
Thank you Bless. It has been a good week and God provided even more metal so we can make more garden boxes now for ourselves and for any other neighbors who might want some. :)Delete
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