Seriously, there is just way too much to do. There is one too many battles out in that yard. One day the grass is cut.....the next day those dead headed dandelions are standing proud just challenging me to try mowing them down for the third time so I do because they drive me insane. One day I start pulling weeds in one location, get side-tracked to another location and by the time I get back its like I never even pulled a weed out. The sheep want this, the goats want that, the horses want more fresh grass, the cats want in, the cats want out, the dogs want to go for more walks.............I just want a little more time, maybe even a little nap. I know good luck with that. Balancing my time is quite the obstacle at this time of the year.
When I stop at the store, I try to pick up a few flowers and plants instead of buying a huge amount at one time. I got a rosemary plant, bee balm, and a few flowers the other day. Of course, the next objective would to plant them right away, but that usually does not go according to plan. What does go according to plan however, is the harder I work outside, the more I notice who does not.
Moo Cat is the biggest slacker. Always taking the opportunity to find a sunny location for a nap. I am thinking I will let him have that napping place all to himself.
This is another Moo Cat napping place on the screened-in-porch. He is truly a pathetic cat. Shame on him for all those naps he takes:)
And about those chickens and their bathing places...........I need to sit down with the chicks and talk to them about bathing in public.
Okay, enough whining and complaining on my part. I need to send in the t-shirt list for next weeks Washington D.C. trip. The room list is done. I am NOT changing it again. That's another thing, getting ready for next weeks trip.....................sigh.