No it's not the weather report but it if was, it would be a really good report. It has been mild the past few days and we got a little rain as well. It is sprinkling this morning and around 60 degrees. I can handle that.
We had a great Saturday. Because of the warm weather, we decided to till up the ground a little in preparation for a veggie garden. Once we get the ground ready, we will go ahead and plant green onions, lettuce and strawberries. We are going to try to go all natural this year. To hear more about our all natural gardening, please visit my son's blog: "Wadmalaw Gardens". I am sure he will be making a post and also including more photo's once he gets up. :) It's 6:30 on Sunday and he is still in bed. Can you believe that?
We got some free fertilizer yesterday as well:
"Hey I want some of the credit for the fertilizer"
And the fine tuning of the garden was done by Lucy and Ethel:
"I can see they are going to be a problem."
After a fun day of playing in the yard, we headed out to Church and had a wonderful service. I focused on parenting and afterwards we decided we are pretty good in this area. I used to feel bad about loosing my youngest son in Disney World but after hearing how two parents lost a certain "Son" themselves I no longer feel bad. No names mentioned here but the parents names started with J and M and the sons name started with J. I don't like to get involved with name calling. At least it didn't take three days to find our son. :)
Today will be a day of rest for us. It is time to unwind and relax. I went to the store this morning and got a great cup of coffee to start my day. Yesterday morning I went to Starbucks with my son. I had a coupon and so we were able to get away with only paying a small amount. Actually it was more than I paid this morning for this cup. Does anyone else think Starbucks is overpriced? I mean it is good and all but so is this cup and it was a quarter of what they charged yesterday. After I finish my coffee and finish blogging, I will be making country ham and eggs. A special thank you to Lucy and Ethel for providing the eggs. We keep them in a chicken tractor at night. It is something we saw on P Allen Smith. If you want to hear more about how we keep the chickens, again visit my sons blog and he will tell you more.
Have a wonderful Sunday,