So, this week we managed to add a window to the chickenhouse-
And I did a little mindless stashbusting spinning-
Started to get some garden beds turned over and weeded-
Somehow everything seems so much more orderly and manageable when the yard is freshly mowed.
Unfortunately I have no knitting progress to report.
In a moment of self doubt, I ripped back a few inches, and have not yet gathered the strength to make another run at it. So, I’m now further from my target than I was last week this time.
Oh well. It isn’t likely to get worn until next fall anyway, right?
Take care, and have a good week-
Ps. Anyone who can identify where I stole my title from this week wins a yet to be identified prize.
All I know is that that is a lot of lawn that could be sheep pasture! ha!
Yep. I wanted the back lawn to be another small pasture, but lost that in fence placement negotiations. 🙂 But I’ve got the west side all reserved for sheep!
Your place looks fantastic Denise. It must be very satisfying to see all your hard work has paid off :))
Thanks. Every time I’m out there working or just walking I can envision all the junkiness that used to exist in each place and it is indeed very satisfying to have gotten it to this point.
The only place I could find your title was from a book…The Geographer’s Library
Ding Ding Ding Ding! We have a winner! I’m listening to that book on CD right now and those words just got lodged in my head. Can’t break them free.
I’ll have to come up with a nice little fiber-y prize for you!
Oh I won? I didn’t even know if it was right!
Well I do luv fibre!!!
Ha! Don’t get any ideas Michelle – We’ve got the “sheep placement” department taken care of for right now. 🙂 T.
And that’s quite a skookum chicken house – I think those two sheep might have to come with a couple of chicken friends…
I just love your chicken coop! And agree about the mown lawn. Your raised beds are nice too. I put my first garden in this spring and it got washed away. Sigh.