Sunday, June 06, 2010

Last, Next

Last Week


Sew 30 minutes every day sorta
continue Danielle's quilt


Monday -Memorial Day, parade at Jackie's
Tuesday -Tori wisdom teeth follow-up
Wednesday - Daniel Baseball game
Wednesday - Kick-off to Summer Reading
Thursday - Daniel Field Trip Kingsland Bay
Friday - Scott to airport
Friday - Cub Scouts
Saturday - Daniel Baseball Game

Saturday - Swim lesson sign up
Saturday - Tori SAT

Finish planting garden
weeding, watering!

I can come up for a little air today! It's pouring, which means 1) no gardening for me, and 2) everything I planted last week is getting a great start. Everything is (seriously!) EVERYthing. The veggie garden is jammed full this year - tomatoes, peppers, onions, green beans, 3 kinds of lettuce, spinach, pumpkins, squash, zucchini, cucumbers, carrots, corn, broccoli, cauliflower, and sunflowers in the little space that I had nothing else for. All in, all growing!

I also got the bed in front of the garage weeded, the tulip foliage cleared away and some low growing bright blue lobelia planted under the pink flowering Potentilla. It was close - some of the lobelia was barely hanging on from having spent too long in the 6 pack from the greenhouse. It'll be fine.

Next Week

Dinner Menu - June 6 - June 19

Sunday - chicken fajitas
Monday - Salad, quiche
Tuesday - breakfast for dinner
Wednesday - Sausage fusilli
Thursday - tacos
Friday - pizza
Saturday - out (Bridge Restaurant)
Sunday - *something grilled*
Monday - make your own salad
Tuesday - BBQ chicken sandwiches
Wednesday - spaghetti and garlic breadsticks
Thursday - dunno
Friday - pizza
Saturday - burgers


Sew 30 minutes every day
continue Danielle's quilt


Wednesday - Daniel Baseball game
Thursday - Simon BRACES OFF!!!
Thursday - PTO meeting 7:00
Thursday - Project Grad meeting 6:00
Friday - Daniel Baseball game
Saturday - Day of Baseball

Finish planting front corner bed
Finish weeding front yard bed
weeding, watering!

1 comment:

Vicky~ stichr ~ said...

pictures!!! please!!!!!!

LOL my WV is "throv", like your garden 'throv', Dorothy!