I know many retired people ask themselves that same question 😁 As usual I seem to be meeting myself coming and going and feel as if I am not accomplishing half what I need to be. Rug Week at Sauder Village is about two and a half months away and I have not made a dent in what I'd like to take to vend. I have never vended for so many days nor where such crowds are expected. I have no idea what/how much I need to make. Even this far out, I am stressing myself out and occasionally losing sleep.
I have finished a few more sunflowers that will be taken to an antique shop. They still need to be attached to a bedspring . . . of which I have none. On Friday's agenda is heading to a friend's who has an old mattress we will take apart and hopefully have the type of bedsprings I need.
I have also made a little progress on my camp rug . . . very little.
Of course yard work is in full swing. The flower beds are in need of attention, but look pretty darn good at the moment. Irises are blooming, but some that I moved last fall have no buds. I think I may have planted the rhizomes too deep. Darn. Here are a few that are blooming.
Midge season has arrived which makes yardwork difficult. They are a sign of a healthy Lake Erie . . . and a precursor to chihuahu-sized spiders😒 Midges look like mosquitos, though they do not bite. They live in the greenery by the thousands (millions?) and swarm when disturbed. If you don't keep your mouth closed and continually exhale, you are ingesting them or breathing them in. Not a pleasant way to do yardwork.
Thanks so much for stopping by.
Pug hugs 😊