Life's little adventures, accompanied by a running watch

Saturday, June 9, 2012

Mold be gone!

The sun came out today.  No, you don’t understand…it’s been raining since well before last weekend.  I started to feel like I was growing mold!  The house seemed dark and dank, the office seemed dark and dank, and I seemed dark and dank. 

Today was a whole different story!

Today there was 5 miles of this –
And ~1 acre of this –

Some new landscaping ideas started taking shape –


And some R&R for all that hard work -


I’m looking forward to another lovely day tomorrow, filled with much of the same as today.  Sun, I heart you.  It’s amazing how bright and cheerful everything is when you show up to the party.  Mold and mushrooms, you’re just not invited.

And as a good Bostonian…..GO CELTICS!

11 comments:

  1. Kenny wants to know where you come from! Bwahahaha! In our neighborhood EVERY wife works outside with the "man-of-the-house." I guess there's a reason I'm not a wife!

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  2. I think I prefer the 5 miler workout over the 1 acre workout! We have been trying to improve our landscaping also and it's not easy work!

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    1. I figure the yard work constitutes core workout :)

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  3. Go Celts is right! And it was great to see the sun today! finally!

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    1. Oh well, I guess my "go Celtics" wasn't bold enough :(

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  4. I know what you mean about the sun when you haven't seen it in a long time - wonderful!

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    1. Even the birds sound happy out there :)

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  5. Wasn't it great to finally get some decent weather around here!?! Good luck with the landscape - we did a ton of work on ours this weekend and I still feel like we have so much to do. Wish the Celtics had made through :(

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  6. I'm so glad the sun came out for you! I wish the opposite were true here. It's been relentlessly baking-ly sunny and I long for rain. There's already been a huge forest fire north of here and it's only early June. Doing the rain dance....

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