Monday, November 3, 2008

What Have I Been Doing?

Watching the grass grow


And washing about 25 living room curtain sheers. I could only dry them 3 at a time or the line would sink to the ground.

It only took them 10 minutes to dry because it was 90 degrees and breezy last week.


The weather is finally cooling down now. We even had a light rain yesterday. Perfect for growing grass. This is the area where I planted the grass. The tufts you see, (pictured below) are mature marathon long fescue grass. I pulled out the weeds...and retained the older grass. The new grass will fill in.


I have also been busy, because my husband decided to sell the house, and called a realtor. Yikes.

And this weekend we drove to some rural areas to look at homes. I'll tell you more about that later. I have to say, however, this is something we have talked about for a long time. I just didn't think it would happen so soon. We may end up NOT selling. Especially since our house is sinking in price.

A lot to think about.

Election tomorrow.

My son is still drifting.

But there is hope.
Prayers are heard. God is faithful. And my younger son is doing well, and Mozart just finished 3 days of working on a Portugese film...and the grass is filling in.



P.S. My Special Ed. job has been busy and rewarding. And I enjoy my afternoon job of being a caregiver/companion.

4 comments:

Dawn said...

YOu have been very busy - 25 sheers??!! Must have a lot of windows.

House for sale?? That was a surprise! I hope it sells and that you find just what you want.

Glad for some good news. Hope the news is good when we get up in the morning! I can't make myself watch it this year.

inspired said...

busy busy busy Hiya \o/

the voice of melody said...

You're right, God is faithful. Let's always remember that, especially during times when we need His help and guidance the most.

Good luck with the house. The grass is looking good! :)

Many sweet blessings!

Susan Kelly Skitt said...

Wow - lots going on there. I'm glad to hear God is blessing you in your job.

Much love,
Susan