It's been a week and I have no excuse but pure laziness. I haven't been accomplishing much and didn't want to confess it here so I practiced avoidance and denial.
I harvested all the rest of the ground cherries when we had a couple really cold nights. So every 3-4 days I'm going through them to sort out and freeze them as they ripen. It's been a beautiful week weather-wise and I should have been outside in the garden but... I just didn't. We did finally have rain, beautiful rain so at least wet ground gave me an excuse part of the time. During this week I've pretty much come to the decision I won't put up the winter garden this year. I just don't have the 'drive' for it right now.
Once Leofwyna is satisfied with her walls I'm determined to deal with the painting PDQ so we can get this project finished up. She's bought a paint sprayer so it should go rather quickly once she gives the go-ahead.
Last Monday I put together a big pot of potato-hamberger soup using half of the potatoes from this summer's garden. Note to self: don't wait too long before using up the rest as they're not keeping well where I have theem stored and have nowhere better to store them.
At A&S farble Wednesday I took along my sewing basket and got one coif finished. There's half a dozen in there to finish up. I'd like to have them ready when we next do largess. I finally finished the fighter's pennents I took to hem for Crown Tourney.
This week I've been noticing a trigger-finger problem with my left ring finger. I've been trying to be very careful of it in hopes it can cure up as surgery is Not likely. Really the first time I really noticed it is when I reach to type a w, 2 or @ and now the finger is just slightly achy most of the time.
Last night I sorted through four bags of plastic... folding up and pressing out air so I can store and use recycled bags for A) trashcan liners, B) aluminum can and recycling bags, C) bags for the rummage sale next spring, and D) only one bag now to take to the plastic bag recycling bin at the grocery store. Oh yes, we recycle lots; aluminum cans for the cash, glass/plastic/cardboard to the recycle bins, plastic bags for personal use as much as possible then the balance to the bin at the grocery store, and composting for kitchen waste, too.