|I need edging along the front fence line to help keep the grass out|
Seems my spare time of late has been either working out in the garden fighting all the weeds and grass that keep going into the garden beds, or in the kitchen doing up produce to last us till next year........ jams and relish mostly, with some bottled fruit.
Unfortunately our summer garden did not do at all well, I'm hopeful our winter garden will do better. I've dug up half the vegie garden and have some seedlings planted: red onions, cauliflower, broccoli, cabbage, turnips and brussel sprouts.
For those of you who have been following along with the home challenge, no matter what part of the world you are in, it hopefully will be a time when you can see to your garden areas, verandas and porches tidied up, and the outside of the house washed down.
The crochet work has slowed down while the garden is needing sooooooo very much of my attention! Once the colder weather hits, the garden will slow and the time for crochet will increase. Did I show you the stripey afghan I started on?
Work on the little cabin continues at a much slower pace now that Hubbie is back at work. I want to thank all of you for your patience with me having limited posts over the past few weeks. My DH was diagnosed with prostate cancer a few weeks back, and we have been busy following up with tests etc etc. He will be going for more biopsies in a few weeks and we will know more then. We are thankful that routine blood tests picked it up, and this means we have caught it early. The biopsies will let us know if both tumours are slow or aggressive types which will give us an indication of what needs to be done.
Thankyou to those who hold us up in prayer. May each one who visits this blog be blessed.