The other two worker bees had helped me with major front yard duty...and were showering.
It was cold, wet, and sloshy -- but the show must go on.
I hauled home from school on Thursday to cut the yard before another round of rain.
I worked last weekend
Was visiting family out of state the weekend before that
Worked the weekend before that one
The schedule of my life -
It was sprinkling a little, the grass was damp, but I hurried.
Checked the oil in the engine first
I do have a riding lawnmower.
Just kept my clothes on that I wore to work that day.
I'm sure I looked silly.
It's not the first time.
Cutting grass is not a big issue.
Weed eating, hedging, blowing, trimming -- all the other aspects of yard work are the most effort.
Getting out the looooong electrical cords
Bagging up leaves, weeds, limbs
Making it all look tidy
I do appreciate the "time off" from all of this from November through February.
I had to turn around and go back to school for a Parent Night.
Thus the rush.
Got to school.
I signed in with Mary's teacher but had to go help with 3rd grade team...talking about state tests.
I didn't get to weedeat until today - Saturday.
Time at home.
The weedeater just flung mud all over me - face, hair, clothes.
** I haven't done anything in the back yard yet, but it's on my To Do list! **