On the agenda for today:
- Breakfast at a new bakery with The Duck Lady
- Pack up orders and ship them out
- Stop by an art show in town
- Roasted peppers, onions and zucchini for linner
- Take photos and list new pillows and rugs tonight at 6pm on Etsy
- Take Lucy for a ride in the kayak
It’s going to be a busy day! How about YOU? What are YOUR plans for today?
Have a good one,
Highlights from this past week:
- My Big List of Goals I’m Going to Accomplish in 2022 Week 28 of 52
- $100 a Month For Groceries – Week 29 of 52
- The Gardens at Strawbery Banke
- 10 Fun Facts About Peaches
- Gardening in Coastal Maine – Planting Zone 6a – July
- Sealyon Farm in Alna, Maine
Fast and Easy Strawberry Freezer Jam: Sometimes, the quicker the better when it comes to making jam. It doesn’t get faster or easier than this.
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Today is salsa-making day. I’m not planning on anything else today. 🙂
Rosemary Calhoun says
Today will be a busy day!
1) finish vacuuming and dusting
3) make lasagna
4) get drinks and snacks ready for trip tomorrow (going to pick up my grandson to spend the week with us – 9 hours of driving – almost 600 miles round trip)
5) plan out the yarn and buttons for the 19 new dish towels I just bought
6) finish copying the last 3 VHS home movie tapes to DVDs
7) add new listings to Etsy shop
How easy is the VHS to DVD conversion? I have the cord, but haven’t tried yet.
Rosemary Calhoun says
I have a combo set (has VCR and DVD player). There are “function” buttons that you click to tell it to copy from the VHS tape to the DVD disk. Pretty easy. I am also copying the DVDs onto my computer which I will edit and then have a digital backup.
Take dog to the vet for blood work.
Stop by and pick up six more bags of miracle gro garden soil and six bags of black cow to go into the garden this weekend.
House cleaning chores.
Can sweet pickle relish and maybe some pickles too.
Weed the garden in between rain showers.
Rake and seed the last portions of the yard in which we are trying to grow Bermuda grass. Heaven help us.
Wine tasting with my beautiful youngest daughter that I am visiting this weekend. She is in her last year of vet school and needs a relaxing weekend since it is rare that she is not on call for the weekend.
We canned soup this weekend using cabbage, onions, celery and peppers from the garden. We got 14 quarts done, so not bad. We also prepped more celery to make a celery soup to can next.