Monday, June 11, 2012
A Woman's Day
Haying is well underway. These rows will be bailed today and then no cutting until Wednesday because of thunderstorms coming in ,sometime today. Then clear skies. Great for making hay!!!
When I woke this morning I had a list that out numbers the hours that I have in front of me. I really dislike when things get like this. Funny how all winter you twittle your thumbs, thinking about the 'glory days' of summer, but when they come. Groan!!!
The garden needs weeding.
The spinach needs cutting and steams and out in the freezer.
The lawn needs cutting ( 5 hours)
Strawberries near ready
Vacuuming, and dusting
freezer needs defrosting
high school exams next week
and these are all the major issues............
Last week I spent the whole week helping out others. Elderly ladies, my folks, my in-laws, my kids, and grandkids. Sometimes my title as mom/daughter goes a little too far. I question how on earth I could ever work? I guess everyone would have to rely on professional help?
This week I need down time. Time to get things here on the farm in order and happy for me to enjoy ,rather then frustrate me, so much that I don't know where to start on my list.
Today lawn cutting. It will take me up until noon hour.
Then in the heat of the day vacuuming and dusting and supper made.
If the weather holds out hay will be bailed tonight. But I shall keep my eyes on the clouds all day. Any chance of rain up there and those five rounds will get bailed mid-day