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Monday, September 2, 2013

Four extra hours

Today I have managed to score four extra hours at home to work or not. How? I certainly can't conjure time out of thin air that's for sure. If I could I would be very popular. As it happens, Monday is my 'town' day. At 2pm I clock off here and head into town for music and drama classes for the girls. I also do our grocery shopping for the week. Perhaps that is one way I keep our grocery budget to a minimum, I spend next to no time in the shops because it is a busy afternoon. Anyway, today my trip is cancelled due to a flat tyre. I didn't feel right driving the car with the small emergency spare tyre so I'm staying home and hopefully using my 'extra' time wisely. The tyre has been mended so most likely the hours I have today will be taken back tomorrow or Wednesday.
 
 

What am doing? Sorting out my mess of seeds. As soon as I log off here I'm going to plant out those mint seeds on the top of the box. I have just the spot near the back step. And I think it is a perfect afternoon for sowing some radish seeds and maybe some carrots too. I keep them in the box in alphabetical order(sort of) to make it easier to locate the ones I want. The seeds in the basket are those for direct sowing soon. I also keep a couple of those desiccant sachets that come in shoe boxes in with the seeds. It hasn't hurt them any.

I'm also going to do a workout but that is not worth talking too much about.



 In yesterday's post I had a list of things to do this month. Happily I crossed a couple of jobs off this morning and the roses and front gardens have been mulched. The shed garden has been weeded and the compost is moved across a bay and there is a new batch started. Thrilling stuff... not... but it makes me happy.

I have been meaning to add a link in a post to a new to me blog that is really rather sweet. Sharon blogs at Miss Townmouse about all manner of good things including her lovely garden.

I hope I don't bore you too much with bee pictures in the coming months. I just like them so much and really it can't be boring because most likely it isn't a picture of the same bee twice though I really can't tell.

How would you spend a couple of extra hours?

Tracy



5 comments:

trishie said...

These days, I would love an extra couple of hours to read a book, watch DVD and put my feet up!

Staci at Life At Cobble Hill Farm said...

How wonderful to have a couple of extra hours!! Sorting seeds - great thought. I need to add that to my to-do list.

Tania @ Out Back said...

Hmmm I could do with some extra hours right now. There doesn't seem to be enough in a day lately, maybe it is just me being unorganised! Having hubby under my feet for the last month isn't helping lol!

The garden is waiting for me. The hot weather is here already, so I need to get moving. Winter last week, almost Summer this week!

I LOVE your bee pictures. I think they are cute, that is unless they sting me!

x

Sunnybrook Farm said...

The strange thing about flat tires is that they are always flat on the bottom! So strange. Anyway have fun with spring seeds, it won't be long.

shez said...

have fun in the garden tracy and thankyou for putting me onto a new blog link.xx