I decided back in October/November to start wrapping up each week by sharing photos and links from the week as a peek into my corner of the world. I gave y'all one peek, and then... I don't know. I forgot. I got busy. I didn't feel interesting. Something. I'm going to try this again and see how it goes.
Sunday started low-key with some rain trying to wash away the mounds of pollen that's plaguing everyone's allergies and hayfever. (It didn't work.)
I decided to do some planting as the day turned kinda beautiful. Since we didn't have potting soil, I just scooped some from our raised bed garden. To do seed starters, I'm totally using cleaned out K-cups. Recycling yo!!
The K-cups work really awesomely as they already have a hole punched in the bottom for drainage, and I could just use a Sharpie to write on the side what I planted.
I put them all in old planter flats that I found out in the woods. Yes, there's still tons of random stuff to be discovered in Silverlox Forest!
Monday morning began with a little art journal play.
I was able to meet a good friend for lunch at Roosters in downtown Mobile. It was SO GOOD!
On Tuesday, I couldn't resist a kitten in a window!
And, with Spring in full force here, the bees buzzing in the azaleas caught my attention.
I did get a little work done too as I altered some tin.
I'm not sure what happened Wednesday and Thursday as there just weren't any interesting pictures in my camera roll.
I guess I decided to make up for it on Friday as I busted butt getting things done. Pat helped out with some of my Spring Cleaning by vacuuming the blinds! Woot!!
I couldn't help strolling the yard to take in all the new growth after a fairly harsh winter for us. (We got snow! Twice!)
Shopping was a must-do on Friday too since I was low on some findings I needed to complete a design or two. And though there's plenty here I didn't need, how could I resist those yellow clearance tags!?
On Saturday, we put in some work. Pat started the day by finishing and hanging a door on the pole barn.
It was so very nice outside, we did a bunch of work in the yard before treating ourselves to bushwhackers at Big Daddy's on the river.
From there, we ran to the feed store for a few fruit trees, but I couldn't help peeking at the peepers.
We're hoping to plant the trees today and tackle a few other things, maybe even enjoy this amazing weather. But, to do so, I need to get off the computer! I hope your week treated you well. What do you have planned for the week to come?