Week 19 - Shadows.
Had a rural day at home today. Input on destroying the ozone layer by burning plastic and such out the back and weeded some of my drive way. De-cluttered rural style, more or less. I'm glad the only animal I have is a 4 year old and not a herd of cows or pigs or more of her.
The feijoas from the spot are getting bigger and bigger every year, not as big as the ones that were in The Hawkes Bay Today this morning. Cut my last two bags up this morning and I'm testing freezing them just as they are. Not confident, but you won't know till you try it.
Last week, for some reason, I fell into nesting mode. Possible it's from sister and brother 1 doing some exterior renovations on their homes. I wrote a list of what I wanted to do.
Burn stuff, put my TV on the wall with an extendable arm (thanks Mum!) so that I can push the TV right back against the wall and save space, clean the garage, weed kill the drive way, mow the lawns, make a headboard and paint the house.
The other day I put up the TV and today, as you know, I burned the rubbish.
If home is where the heart is, you may as well spend some pesos on pimping it out from time to time.
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