I am so behind on things already. I forgot to mail some things yesterday, so after I clean cages I will have to go to the mailbox. I also woke up late ... 15 minutes, but still ...
I rolled the bucks out on the deck when I did get up. It's supposed to be a nice day. So, I'll clean their cages out there again. Don't know if I will let them graze today, though ...
I just cannot get in gear after the long day I had yesterday ...
It took longer than I like to clean cages, but I got them really clean. I unbolted the grill and took it and the trays out and sprayed them with the hose. Got them really clean. And, both boys got to play outside. I made my mom sit with both of them, since they were on the other side of the house from the deck where their cages are.
Damn. It is such a nice day out. It's 80°F and I still have the boys out on the deck. Too nice out to bring them back inside. It is good for them.
I've filled the bird feeders (both hummingbird and seed,) bird bath, watered my strawberries (which are doing awful ...,) walked with Nikky to the mailbox (we haven't done that in ages, so she enjoyed the outing,) did 2 loads of laundry (which is hanging on all the outside and inside lines and drying rack.) I also refreshed my sprouts with water and they are doing pretty darn good. They barely had 'tails' last night, but have about ¼-inch sprouts now!
Dinner is beef heart (with lots of nice fat!), strawberries with Belfiore Farmer's Cheese, and raw milk with potato starch.
Trying to decide on what craft to take to the craft circle again ...
I had to close up the house and turn on the air. The noisy neighbors always flood their BBQ with lighter fluid to start it. Gas out the neighborhood! I had to take Nikky out and she started sneezing, the smell was so strong. Ugh.
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