All the grass has been cut but as you can see from the fence in the background we still have some jobs to do! Family are threatening to visit over Easter so we must get on.
We have taken time out when exhaustion was getting too much and joints were aching.
This is my granddaughters little chair. It came home with us after our last visit to be repaired. she had practised using her dad's drill to take out a screw so often it needed to be plugged and re-drilled. When Granddad had finished I made a little padded cushion to go over the back from various scrap material.
The back has a yellow cat on the right as she is cat-mad.
I practised my quilting on this ready to start on my patchwork quilt. Rain is due this weekend so I may make a start on that it is all pinned up and ready to go through the machine.
My husband has completed the shelves for my sewing cabin. The warmer weather meant he could glue up the boards to make some of the shelves. He also has a new band-saw, so was keen to get the shelf unit out of the workshop and play with his new toy! He promises more shelves later.
After all that gardening effort I must make an effort to do some cooking - meals this week have been very simple and make-shift. I don't seem to have much in the cupboards either so I think a bit of meal planning is overdue.