I donned my favorite apron this morning.
Apron donned, the first thing I did was sneak out my bedroom’s back door (God bless the builder who thought of that door) to check on the garden. If I don’t sneak, I have 4 little people follow me out and then we get distracted and our day never starts with chores and schoolwork as it, sigh, must.
So, anyway, I snuck sneaked out the back door to check on the garden because we had the most outrageous storm last night and I was sure that all of our seeds must have bounced out of the soil and over the raised beds to their doom.
I was so very very pleased to find this instead…
Also peeking this morning (what is it about a God watering that is so much more effective than a garden hose watering?) are spinach, red lettuce, and mustard babies. And one brave sweet pea baby.
I did chores, while I was out there, just so you know. I mowed.
Well, okay, my lawnmower mowed.
April doesn’t mind hard physical labor.
When I finally snuck sneaked back into the house, I found the children busy at their chores. Even though I was exhausted after all that mowing, I couldn’t help but get busy, too…
Oh, come on, you know knitting is work. And Googling important stuff is work, too.