My head has big plans, but my body is saying, "whoa, girl, slow down!!"
This 100 Things Challenge has jump started my desire to fix things up. Not that I have the money or probably the long-term energy to do much, but it's there.
The back yard needs a good, thorough going over and that's probably the least expensive thing I can get away with doing. The old gray mare, aka, my back yard of old, ain't what she used to be.
Yeah...those areas don't look like that anymore...
Taking care of the yard is more elbow grease than cash or, at most, a couple of extra twenties to the lawn guy even though things won't look like ^^that^^ again.
The shed is another disaster area, and I can only do so much in there. Most of that stuff belongs to DH and he needs to decide what to do with it. For now, I can clean up...like get rid of the dead leaves and cull through some random other stuff.
As for my 100 Things Challenge, which I didn't post much about last week, and for which I'm a few weeks ahead on... I cleaned out an old dresser in the garage that had been relegated to random storage and cleaned out another half a dozen+ things. Those things include some strings of Christmas lights and a couple of Christmas garland swags, a couple of 8x10 picture frames, a random assortment of craft stuff, a bunch of old ink pads from back in my rubber stamping days, a dozen empty candle jars, sewing machines that I'm selling to a friend, and some random sewing projects.
That puts me at twenty-two things now. :0)
I even took the latest pile to the donation station.
Gas is under $2 in many places across North Texas. My local Quick Trip is at $1.95. It's funny that this happened because a mere week ago or so I was thinking that I'd never see gas under $2 again. Low and behold!
So DD and I watched the original Yours, Mine, and Ours yesterday. The oldest child in the film looked but especially sounded so familiar to me, so I looked him up and it turned out to be a very young Tim Matheson.
Some might remember him from The Virginian, Bonanza, or Leave It To Beaver. Possible as the voice of Johnny Quest. Some might remember him from The West Wing, Burn Notice, or Hart of Dixie.
Anyway, once I figured out the voice, I couldn't help grinning every time young "Mike Beardsley" was on screen.
Also Saturn has been visible here in North Texas. I spotted it to the east both Saturday and Sunday mornings.
How was your weekend??