This week is crunch time for the kids' stores, so except for the essentials (and ever-present disasters), the schedule is on hold.
Essentials, being, plants and animals around the mini farm, meals, Bible study, and sometimes exercise.
Disasters being, for instance, the fridge quit working in the heat and I had to take 2 or 3 hours out of the day to coax it back to life.
Bonus tip of the day: Keep those coils clean. As soon as dust bunnies take over you use much more power and shorten the unit's lifespan. This old late 90's Amana wants to be babied more and more but keeps trooping on.
So, in other words, except for a million other things I was devoted full time to...
Never mind, that sounds pretty pathetic. ;)
Seriously, I did get a lot of parts rough-sanded for the kids' stores. Mainly blocks, but also a vintage-style surf board. That was a first. Never made a surf board before.
My son wanted it for a new sign for his ocean-themed art booth he runs. I must say, he's done a great job of lettering and woodburning it. Once it's finished it will look really nice.
So yeah, that's me, covered completely in sweat, sanding dust, and that dark grey gak that accumulates behind major kitchen appliances and you really don't want to know what it is.
Free hugs! Come on by!
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