After my meeting this morning, I was going to come home and plant my tomatoes (finally!). I’ve been wanting to get them in the ground for over a week, but life has been a bit inconsistent schedule wise. Such is life in the parsonage. 😉
So, I made lunch – chili and cinnamon rolls – changed into my gardening garb, and went outside. I was sidetracked by a person in the community driving by and talking. By the time our conversation was over, a storm had moved in. Five minutes later…
hail was pelting the ground (and my face). I think it would have destroyed the tomatoes, had I planted them.
I have been busy with the yard, however.
I have cleared the weeds out of part of the front yard so it can be seeded with grass.
I have also edged more of the sidewalk. I have been edging with a shovel as we do not have an edger. It’s kind of fun, actually.
But I still have a bit more to go before it’s finished.
This picture is of the east side of the house. I want to edge, but I’m wondering how much of the sidewalk is even still under the grass and weeds.
I guess I will eventually find out.
I really, really, really need to get the rest of my garden in before Wednesday. I’ll tell you why tomorrow. 🙂