I did get a picture of Sadie on her hay. She has had a great time 'organizing' the work. She would sit in the yard, and bark at the tractors and trucks and whoever was in the field. Some of the hay was baled in the big rolls. Sadie likes those the best.
She would stay on the bale quite a while if I let her.
They also baled the square ones, but Sadie was not as keen on them
I decided last week that as I was feeling better, that I should attack the front 'garden?' plot. It had not been tended for years, and the grass had taken over. In the middle were Iris, and they were crowded quite badly. I knew once I started on the grass, the bulbs would have to be moved, I am not much of a gardener, but I carried on. I tried to work only a short time and then take a break, but I would get so involved that I would work too long. I mostly garden sitting on a small stool, using hand tools, since bending over hurts in my back and 'rear end.'
I did take pictures to show what I was looking at, and then when I finish, I hope to see a big difference.
Here you can especially see what I was dealing with
The garden strip is right along the ditch, and there is no controlling the ditch and what grows there. Trees are popping up, and there is a lot of lupin growing in the ditch. I suppose I could have just let the bed go back to grass, but I needed a goal, so the garden was it. I have moved some Iris, and I hope that they will survive.
It was so nice spending the time outside, with the birds and the little chipmunk that runs through the grass. I rested at the picnic table and just soaked in the day. I am not finished, but with a break of two days I hope to get back at it this evening or tomorrow.