Here's the jerky. It's too salty, but if you don't eat much at once it is tolerable.
Spent some time on Elijah's room. Hung up the drawing of him and then put in a piece of carpet that we cut out of the front room. The craft room is going to have a hard wood floor so it was coming out anyhow. Might as well make him a little more comfortable while he waits for his bigger room to be finished. Yesterday was spent doing little things....fixing door knobs, taking down towel racks (so I can repaint the bathroom), organizing tools....little things that will make our work easier.
I do believe I would be shocked if I walked into this room and the dirty clothes were picked up. :)
A breath of Spring is growing upstairs!
While I worked upstairs the three younger kids were enjoying the warm weather.
Impatiently waiting for a turn. :)
Last night it snowed again. Boo! :( I am ready for winter to be over and I hear we may have some flurries again tonight.
Off to a great start this morning....I didn't reset the alarm on my phone properly and got Elijah up half an hour late so he couldn't catch the bus. Got Nick up an hour early so he could take him to school for me. (I justify that with the fact that Homer pays for all his gas and insurance, and a favor now and then will increase the likelihood of that continuing) :)
Emily made the bus alright. I buzzed through the bedrooms first thing and finished drying two loads of laundry from yesterday. I even managed to squeeze one more load out of that bottle of soap! I'm off and running on another busy day....
Oh, and haven't caught that black lab yet. He was here first thing this morning winding my pups up. So frustrating!!I can't catch him and I can't follow him home. By the time I get the little ones in the van he's gone in the woods and I've lost him. I'm thinking about hanging up some signs, but you know, this world is full of a lot of really scary people and I really don't want to piss one off...you know, like the arsonist down the street or one of the sex offenders every neighborhood has. I've got to figure this out. When I can't take my own dogs into my own yard something is wrong with the world.