Monday, August 4, 2014


It is hard to get back to the regular schedule this morning as I greeted g-son at 7am today.
After fixing him breakfast and getting chores done I had my breakfast.
Daughter came by to pick up some things and then I settled in for a day of laundry and housework.
I cleaned house all day between getting things for g-son and doing 5 loads of laundry.
I do admit I some great help moving the wet clothes from the washer to the dryer.

Haha, he was working hard to help bless his heart.
We had rain this afternoon, we got 4/10ths inch in just a few minutes.  Work on the road came to a screeching halt again today.
I saw a show the other day that people were telling what each month of the year meant to them.
There was some interesting answers but it got me to thinking.  What the month of August brings to mind for me is food preserving. August is the busiest month for me usually getting all the garden produce preserved for winter months.  And to verify this all I have to do is look no further than my dining room table and sunroom table !!!

Yeah, this is going to be a busy week but I have some help coming in starting tomorrow thankfully.
After hubbie got home we walked down to see what the workers got done today. Aaron and Evy were down there checking it out with #1 son.
Evy couldn't stay off the equipment, she is definitely not shy about climbing up on anything.
Hubbie and I came back to the house and I finished the day of housework by vacuuming and mopping all the floors while hubbie finished breaking the green beans we picked last night.
At least I feel that I am almost caught up from my week off !!
Thankful for all my blessings of this day.
Good Night and God Bless.

1 comment:

linda m said...

You have such a nice little helper. Seems like there is always so much to do after an vacation, even one that is only a few days in length. August seems to be "canning" month for many people around here also. I usually just freeze my vegetables as I don't have a garden and there is just the 2 of us. Blessings