Tuesday, November 30, 2021

Thrifty Tuesday


The end of another month, really time is just whizzing by.

So what thrifty things have I been up to this week. 

I walked pretty much every day thus saving fuel and the cost of a gym membership.

I darned a pair of Harvey's socks and he actually said he can't even tell. 

I am using up all those small tubes of hand lotion that I received as gifts from students, and will soon start on the larger ones that Kris always seems to get me when he gets me smelly bath things.

I added some water to my shampoo bottle and will now get some more washes out of it.

Did up the budget numbers today and we are once again under budget. I am hoping that continues until the end of December. It would be nice to finish off a year with extra cash in the bank. 

Everybody have a wonderful evening.

God bless.

Monday, November 29, 2021

Menu Monday


My neck is much better today and that is a big relief. I figure if I am careful, and don't sleep funny tonight, everything should be back to normal by tomorrow. Well at least I hope. 

So what's on the menu for this week.


Mushroom meatballs, leftover mashed potatoes and a salad.


Scalloped potato and ham casserole, served with green beans and the remains of the salad.


Leftovers from Monday this time served over noodles, mixed veggies.


I get supper out as a thank you for helping with the Bible study. Harvey can finish off the scalloped potato and ham casserole.


Fish, homemade fries, and salad.


Hot wings, pasta, and leftover salad.


Beef roast, roast potatoes, roasted carrots. I may even try making some gravy, not something I do very often.

Everybody have a wonderful day.

God bless.

Sunday, November 28, 2021

Sunday Ramblings

 Just a quick post as I am nursing a sore neck. I must have slept wrong last night and now am suffering for that. 

Harvey is watching his beloved Saskatchewan Roughriders play. Hopefully the pull off a win. 

I have made my goal/project list for next month, my extra cleaning list and my monthly menu. All the little household tasks were completed albeit a bit slower than usual. I even managed to get my Christmas ornaments done and a bit of knitting. 

Sewing on the other hand will need to wait until my neck is not so stiff and sore.

In other words just a very quiet and laid back day.

Everybody have a wonderful evening.

God bless.

Friday, November 26, 2021

Frugal Friday

I am taking a break from knitting as my thumb joint on my hand where I broke my wrist (twice in the same place) is giving me grief. I have put on my stretchy fingerless glove and hopefully that helps. I need to keep right on working in order to get all done for Christmas.

However this post is about my frugal week, so I better get started.

1.  Baked two loaves of bread this week.

2.  Drapes open to let in the sunlight during the day and use solar heat in the house. Closed in the early evening to keep heat in.

3.  Using an old flannel sheet that does not work on our bed any longer (why do things seem to shrink?) to make Hubby a pair of sleep pants. There could be enough left to fashion me a nightie.

4.  Lots of use it ups in the food department, and the items that were not used up have been bagged or put into containers for use later.

5.  I managed (or will manage) two meatless meals this week.

6.  Used up fabric from the stash and fashioned three Christmas gifts.

7.  Used up a small hand lotion and am working on the next one. My hands really dry out when knitting.

8.  Downloaded free reading material onto my ereader, and a couple that were on deep discount. I used my gift card from last Christmas to purchase those.

I told Harvey I probably spent a bit more on groceries this month, but still hopefully am under budget. That I will find out on Tuesday. However, Harvey says when he looks at the grocery fliers he is almost sick at how prices have risen. Still by only shopping every two weeks what I can't save on groceries I definitely save on fuel for the vehicle.

I have also taken to using the phone to check on contracts to see if there is any way that I can renew or cancel online. Seems to be working.

Everybody have a wonderful evening.

God bless.

Thursday, November 25, 2021

Happy Thanksgiving


Happy Thanksgiving to all who are celebrating today.

Everybody have a wonderful evening.

God bless.

Wednesday, November 24, 2021

Mid Week Check In

I missed my post yesterday, time just got away from me. Don't ask me how cause I have no earthly idea. However, some of the problem could be rooted in the fact that the last two nights I have been unable to get comfortable in bed. This would happen because of aching hips. I would find what I thought was a comfortable position, and then in 15 minutes need to shift as I would start to ache. Oh my, I do hope tonight is better.

I managed to get Harvey and I appointments for our booster shots. We get them Dec. 7th so will be great for Christmas visiting. Now if the anti-vaxxers in the family would get done, I would feel even safer.

We got snow overnight and colder temperatures (could that be why I was so achy????) and we had the appointment to get our regular tires taken off and the snow tires put on. Another get ready for the winter chore ticked off the list.

Been busy sewing this week. Three pairs of oven mitts for the men in my family, and Harvey now has a gardening apron.

Got some fabric used up and managed to use up some bought binding as well.

This is the first strip in Kris's knitted blanket.

You can barely make out the cat in the center. It does show up better in real life. I plan on doing three strips of black and two of white. I picked those colours because his cat Eiko is black and white. 

Then even though I probably will not get a chance to work on the t-shirt rug I did do some work. I got the larger strips cut up into 4 so I can get moving on that right away once a few more projects are completed.

Tomorrow since my day will be cut by the last Bible study, and Zoom dance in the evening I plan on getting my Christmas cards started. Perhaps even get a couple of letters done to go in at least two of them. I may even find a bit of time to cut out a pair of sleep pants for Harvey to replace the ones I cut into rags.

Everybody have a wonderful evening.

God bless.

Monday, November 22, 2021

Menu Mondy


I can't believe it is the last full week of the month. It is crunch time around here. 


Beef stew served with slices of homemade bread.


A chicken casserole to use up a bag of the roast chicken from Sunday.


Leftover Beef Stew along with dumplings.


The leftover Chicken Casserole.


Pulling out a tray of the Eggplant Parma.


Using up some soup from the fridge freezer. I will probably make grilled cheese sandwiches to use up some of the cheese in the fridge.


Ham, rice and mixed veggies. (Could be a tossed salad instead of the mixed veggies).

Everybody have a wonderful evening.

God bless.

Sunday, November 21, 2021

Sunday Ramblings

 It has been another quiet day on the old homestead. 

I managed to get two short walks in today, but it is very cold out. This is the coldest day we have had so far this new winter season. I really need to get my heavier winter coat (good for -40 C temperatures) mended. It will probably get done on Tuesday when I do my usual mending. I am collecting quite a pile as well as a smaller pile of ironing.

Harvey goes to the hospital lab tomorrow for blood work and a check up on his heart. Since it is fasting blood work he was lucky enough to get in early and I will be waking him up very early for him as well.

I finished one pair of oven mitts and have got the second set pinned and ready to go tomorrow. I may make Harvey a pair for the BBQ but the padding will be slightly different. That along with the carpenters apron and a gift of money to our Salvation Army will be his gift this year. That is unless I can figure something to add to the pile.

I started Kris's blanket last night and I hope to work on it again tonight. I know it won't be finished this month, but I think I could at least get some of the smaller projects done in the afternoon. Playing catch up here once again.

My chicken is roasting along with the potatoes. Instead of carrots though, which are usually part of a roast meal in this house, we are going to have some new to us frozen mixed veggies. Hope Harvey likes them. 

I am finding it difficult to realize that because we are fully vaccinated (and can get our booster shot in a week and a bit) that we can go out to eat. I just don't feel safe as of yet. Yesterday we had 10 new cases in our small area of the province and I am sure when I look today we will have more. I think we might just turn out to be the epicenter of a new outbreak. Mostly because of those who don't believe in wearing a mask or getting the vaccination. I am so tired of the up and down.

Everybody have a wonderful evening.

God bless.

Saturday, November 20, 2021

Saturday Roundup


My goodness the end of my blogging week and getting closer and closer to the Christmas season.

Late last night I finished the knitted blanket for Kurt's friend.

It turned out fairly large and looks nice and lacy. Tomorrow when I mend my winter coat I will work the yarn ends in.

Oven mitts were cut out this morning and the early afternoon. Hopefully they will be well on their way to being finished tomorrow. Also got Kris's knitted blanket started. I will work on that in the evenings and during the day get other projects completed (keeping my fingers crossed).

It has been decided that we will have a get together for Bible study leaders on December 2 at 6 pm. A free meal will be brought in and a discussion held as to when the next study will be held and what it will feature.

Other than those things the days of this week were very normal here on the old homestead. Bread baking, cleaning, reading and walking took place with great regularity.

Life, while getting busy, has not been too exciting.

Everybody have a wonderful evening.

God bless.

Friday, November 19, 2021

Frugal Friday


Wow, it seems like just yesterday that I was posting my frugal saves for the week.

I have pretty much the same frugal past times as last week. Perhaps a couple that are different.

1.  Drapes were kept closed for a couple of days due to the terrible winds. It kept the heat in the house where it belonged.

2.  Discovered a seam had let go in my favourite winter coat, so I haven't been wearing it to make sure the opening does not get bigger before I fix it.

3.  Combined my trip for Bible study with a deposit at the bank and the picking up of prescriptions.

4.  Baked a cake for dessert this week and while the oven was on baked bread as well.

5.  Used up all leftovers so far this week.

I am going back and finishing off the knitted blanket tonight. Only a few rows left to go so I will stay up until it is completed. Then perhaps I can get some other Christmas projects completed.

Everybody have a wonderful evening. 

God bless.

Wednesday, November 17, 2021

As The Wind Blows

 Woke up this morning to stiff winds once again as well as blowing snow. We really didn't get that much snow, but with the wind driving what was falling things were pretty obscured. 

This afternoon the sun came out, the snow kind of stopped, but the wind has kept on blowing. 

My headache is now under control. I took meds before I went to bed and then some more this morning. It is so nice to be headache free.

I managed to get all the baseboards washed today. I could only get the first half of the house done yesterday as the bending over was causing me a few back pains so I am happy to have finished it today with no problems. 

Now all I have left of the fall cleaning (yes I am late) is all the light fixtures. Whew. Nice clean house for Christmas.

I have my card list made up and today I made my baking list. Hopefully this knitted blanket will be finished soon and I can get started on other projects and baking. This means not too many of my goals for this month are completed. Keep your fingers crossed that I manage to get most of the goals I chose for myself done this month. Right now I feel like I am so far behind that I will never catch up.

Everybody have a wonderful evening. 

God bless.

Tuesday, November 16, 2021

Thrifty Tuesday

 The wind has been howling all day. My head is splitting as is usual when there is a drastic change in pressure. I have taken some tablets and drank lots of water throughout the day. Hopefully relief will be coming soon.

Most of my thrifty moves this week have been using up all leftovers in the next couple of days meals. Keeping the fridge cleaned out is a wonderful plan. One that I take into account when I make my menu plan for the month.

I also fixed a hem and some side seams in a skirt that was a bit large for me. 

Harvey found his  favourite toque and it had a small hole so I darned that up so he could get at least another years use out of it. 

Still working on the knitted blanket. I am so looking forward to getting that finished so I can move on to other gifts. However using up yarn is always a thrifty thing in this house.

I picked up some fabric to repair my knitting basket. This basket I inherited when Mom passed. I can remember it sitting beside her chair and now sits beside mine.  Other than the sleeves that slip over the wooden bars and the inside pocket the basket is in really good shape. I hope to get at this one day very soon.

Hopefully once the wind goes down I can go out and pick up the twigs and broken branches that now litter our yard. These make great small twigs to start our fire pit with and saves us purchasing fire starters.

Everybody have a wonderful evening.

God bless.

Monday, November 15, 2021

Menu Monday

 Good morning all. I am actually getting this down before we eat our Monday dinner.


Chicken in Red Thai Curry Sauce served over rice and my leftover tossed salad will be the side.


Leftover roast beef from Sunday's meal. I think a lovely beef casserole is in order, serving it with mixed veggies.


Clean out the fridge night. I will more than likely add some veggies as a side dish.


Soup and sandwiches. I can easily pull out one of the containers of turkey rice soup, or one of the beef soup containers. Add in some egg salad sandwiches. 


Fish sticks, mashed (or riced) potatoes, corn niblets and a tossed salad.


Pork chops, mashed rutabaga, peas or green beans and the remains of the tossed salad.


Roast chicken, roasted potatoes,  and roasted carrots. I just might make gravy as well. 

So there is my weekly menu. I do have to bake bread and if I am doing that and making casseroles with the oven on, I think I will bake a cake as well.

Everyone have a wonderful day. 

God bless.

Sunday, November 14, 2021

Sunday Ramblings


Overall it has been a quiet week. Things are getting cleaned after a long period of time when I was unable to do them. Boy were my closet doors dusty!!!! The only fall cleaning I have left is all the light fixtures and I am happy that I won't just be wiping them off this time (and trying to vacuum the insides). Of course I will need Harvey to take them down for me. The only ones I won't do are the ones we replaced a couple of months ago. I can do them in the spring.

I am very happy with how my only every two weeks shopping is going. This week however, I forgot to buy soft Becal so will be using something else less healthy for just over a week probably.

This weekend a group of anti-maskers, anti-vaccine people set up a rally in a small city in my province. It really was not well attended, but that did not stop a few groups from going to stores and eating establishments in that city and in the capital city, just down the road. 

Seems that these people, who at one point said they were doing what they do so that small businesses would not be shut down, are in fact trying to do just that to those places that would not let them enter without a mask or sit in and eat without showing they had the vaccine. These people (and I use the term loosely) are now asking their followers to put up fake reviews on how terrible the service was, how the food was no good and various other nasty things on the various Facebook pages.  

Many of these same people quote the Bible and stress that they are Christian..... Somehow I don't think that Christ would be doing what they are doing.

I just don't understand people that can be so mean and just plain nasty. Hopefully those that agree with me rally behind these stores. I know that my son already phoned one and told them that he and many others support them and will be sure to visit their establishment when he is in that city. He also contacted his friends who live in the capital and they are going as a group to show support. Pretty sure we will make sure and support them as well the next time we are there. 

I put Windows 11 on my computer and now I wish I hadn't. Since I upgraded I have had nothing but trouble. My laptop freezes, I don't get the temperature for my city here in Canada (I get the temperature of cities in the United States) and my computer seems to be always thinking. It is not getting installed on my desktop that's for sure, or Harvey's laptop. 

Everybody have a wonderful evening.

God bless.

Saturday, November 13, 2021

Once Again Playing Catch Up

Hello everyone. I tried to catch up with my blog reading this morning, but have a feeling I will have more to do this evening.

Harvey did not get to Regina today. We had freezing rain overnight, and our small area of the province had highways that turned into skating rinks until around 12:30 pm when they were finally reopened for travel and just because they were opened it does not necessarily mean they are decent driving. So he had to call Kris and let him know he would not be there for the football game. He was a bit bummed about it as he was really looking forward to having some bonding time with Kris. Might have to set something up with Kris for another time...Going fishing perhaps?

Any how because Harvey was a bit down I made him some pumpkin pies.

Made whipped cream as well. It seemed to cheer him up a small bit.

Now on to the catching up portion of this post.

I hope I have 5 frugal things this week.

1.  Put $60.00 in my savings envelope.

2.  Still doing very well on using things up and having as little waste as is possible.

3.  Drapes open on the sunny days, today they are closed to hold in the heat.

4.  Got all my shopping done in one trip. Well almost all. I did not go to the bulk food store as the roads were pretty icy yesterday and the sooner I was off the roads the better I would like it. Got all groceries except for my cereal and some small sausages. Those seemed to be missing from the freezers and the shelves, first time I have seen empty shelves.

5.  Using my fill it up yourself K-cup a bit more. 

Everybody have a wonderful evening.

God bless.

Thursday, November 11, 2021

Thursday Tidbits

 I think winter has arrived. The snow has been falling for most of the day, and at one point visibility was pretty much nil.

As you can see from my front deck you can barely see down the hill. Not so much from the snow, but from the wind driving the snow.

Harvey decided he needed to go find another short axe handle today... Well he soon discovered that the roads are a bit icy when merging onto another road he had a bit of a fishtail going on. He said it surprised him.

He also brought me home a gift. A small box of Toffifee chocolates... I asked him why as there is no birthday, anniversary or any other special day happening. I got told "Because you have been a good girl." Huh, I really needed an explanation. The one I ended up getting was that I had been making lots of meals. Hmmm, something I have done for the past almost 46 years. Oh well, better late than never I guess.

Soups been made the past two days.

Vegetable Beef yesterday.

Turkey Rice today.

So lots of meals now reside in the freezer. Think we are good for soup for at least the next couple of months.

Now I will go and enjoy a glass of wine, sitting in front of the fake fireplace.

Continue my knitting and wish that the fireplace was actually real. 

Everybody have a wonderful evening.

God bless.

Wednesday, November 10, 2021

And Winter Will Arrive

 I don't want to admit this, but winter is supposed to arrive sometime this evening or overnight. We won't be getting as much snow as some areas of Saskatchewan, and hopefully it won't stick around for long, giving us a few more days or weeks of cold but not white days.

My back still feels a bit funny, but is getting a bit better as this day has progressed. I am thinking that I will message the other leaders and tell them I won't be there tomorrow. I would like to give it one more day of not sitting for extended periods of time. At least at home I can get up and walk for a bit when the aching begins.

I did manage to do a bit of cleaning in the basement to help Harvey clean out one section. This is the section where my totes of yarn are stored.... I did manage to empty one tote and now I am down to 7 totes instead of 8. This storage does not include some plastic storage drawers up in my sewing/craft room, that also are full of yarn. I think I might have turned into my mother as she had bags and bags of yarn, which of course as the only knitter in the family I inherited. I always say no more yarn purchases, but this time I really think I need to stick to that. But on the good side, at least one tote was emptied.

Still using things up and enjoying the empty places in the fridge and freezers. I was going to make turkey veg soup tonight, but ended up using up more of the leftover roast beef making Beef Veg soup. I have three containers cooling on the counter and will be putting them in the freezer soon. Plan on making the Turkey soup tomorrow and using up the turkey legs as well as stock. More ready meals in the freezer. And if the weather is miserable I can at least enjoy the smell of homemade soup.

Well off to do some more knitting. 

Everybody have a wonderful evening.

God bless.

Tuesday, November 9, 2021

Thrifty Tuesday

Getting colder here and my morning walk is a bit chilly. I will keep going out until we have a snowfall. That could be sooner than we wish though, so I will more than likely be putting on my shorts, heading downstairs and using the treadmill very soon.

My back has been acting up today. I can sit for short periods of time and then have to get up and walk around. I think it might be from getting on my hands and knees and scrubbing the floor yesterday. Hopefully tomorrow will be better, much better cause I don't think I could take another day of this (actually it has been two days now and the scrubbing probably just aggravated the problem).

So what thrifty things have I been up to this week.

I am still on a use it up rampage on the fridge freezer. It's actually coming along very well. Soon most bags of meat will be gone, and I will have a handle on the situation. Of course I always say this and then things get away from me.

I have saved more twist ties from the produce bags (why are they so much longer than others), and saved the produce bags to use when Kris brings Eiko for a visit, they make excellent kitty litter bags.

Saving the cardboard tubes to make some toque decorations and to wind certain yarns on. Extras will be taken to the school to be used by teachers/students for art projects.

There are probably more, but can't think of them right now. Must get up and walk a bit.

Everybody have a wonderful evening. 

God bless.

Monday, November 8, 2021

Menu Monday


A new and slightly colder week. This could mean slightly more robust meals. We shall see.


Leftover chili, leftover noodles, leftover salad.


Leftover Beef Roast, perhaps made into a roll. Served with mushroom sauce and salad.


Soup and Sandwiches. I have more stock to use so hopefully I can make a large pot and freeze some for later meals.


Clean out the fridge.




Sausages if Harvey does not go to Regina for the football game. If he does I think I will make grilled cheese sandwiches for myself, or perhaps crackers and cheese.


Roast Beef, roasted potatoes, roasted carrots. I may add some brussels sprouts to the pan a well.

Everybody have a wonderful evening. 

God bless.

Sunday, November 7, 2021

Sunday Ramblings


After a dismal, cloudy day the sun is now shining and taking a short walk was wonderful. Not too many days are left that we can enjoy such weather here on the prairies of Canada. Believe me I am going to take advantage of them for as long as I possibly can.

Using up what is in the freezer for leftovers is stretching my know leftover recipes. I have been trying a few new ones and while some have been a great success, others were dismal failures. One can always learn from their mistakes and the failures might be tweaked and tried once again.

I counted my savings and I hope to have enough to purchase my loom right after Christmas, along with all the accoutrements. Not sure which I am going to try for... 

I have more than enough for this one

Plus all that I would need to be able to use it, shuttles, warp cord. You name it I could get it.

My heart wishes for one much bigger than this and a floor model. Of course I don't have room for such a thing so I will keep looking for something larger but not a floor model.

If I go with the smaller model I could probably get a sock loom as well.

This is something I have wanted for many years now and might as well get one and enjoy it while I can. 

I can see wall hangings, runners, perhaps even a smallish rug and lots and lots of quickly knit socks. Another hobby to keep me occupied and out of trouble. 

I am off to have another little walk before the sun goes down and the temperatures drop. 

Everybody have a wonderful evening. 

God bless.

Saturday, November 6, 2021

Saturday Roundup

The weeks are flying past and seem to be gathering speed each day.

So this week has been spent making sure that I get my walks in as many as is possible. Once the snow and ice arrive I will not be able to walk outside much and the treadmill is not as much fun or interesting.

I did up my first pie pumpkins ever in the oven. So easy and so much nicer puree than when I would peel, cube and boil them.

Still working on my knitting, but it seems to be moving much faster than before. 

Still enjoying the Zoom dance thing, but since it has only been twice I am keeping my fingers crossed. I love how many extra steps that gives me on the day.

There is my boring, rather mundane week in a few paragraphs.

Everybody have a wonderful evening. 

God bless.

Friday, November 5, 2021

Frugal Friday


Time for my frugal five for the week.

1.  Used up items from the pantry, and freezer this week to make meals.

2.  Went for a walk every day and have joined a dance class once a week. The dance class is free.

3.  Baked bread again this week.

4.  Read free books on my ereader.

5.  Got free pie pumpkins to process and kept some seeds to plant next spring.

6.  Youngest son won tickets to the last home football game of the season and will be taking Harvey with him.... Bonding time.

Everybody have a wonderful evening.

God bless.

Wednesday, November 3, 2021

November Goals


Well I think it is about time I shared my monthly goals with you all. I think there are a few less this month.

1.  Finish the knitted blanket for Kurt's friend.

2.  Start and finish Kris's Christmas gift.

3.  Make some Christmas Ornaments.

4.  Work on t-shirt rug.

5.  Make a work apron for Harvey for Christmas.

6.  Make pot holders and oven mitts for the boys.

7.  Start Christmas baking and candy making.

8.  Get Christmas cards done and make list for Christmas phone calls.

So there it is my list for this month. While it is shorter there is still a great deal to accomplish.

Everybody have a wonderful evening. 

God bless.

Tuesday, November 2, 2021

Thrifty Tuesday


A few thrifty past times this past week.

I mended a quilts binding, turned a collar on one of Harvey's shirts and once again darned a pair of socks.

I am on a quest to use up items that have languished in the fridge or pantry too long. I took a box of Rice a Roni from the pantry, added some frozen peas and some diced leftover ham from the fridge freezer for supper this past Sunday.

Today I used up most of a head of cabbage that has been in the fridge for awhile by making 4 trays of Lazy Cabbage Rolls. We had one for supper tonight.

I finished off a box of slightly stale crackers by making them into crumbs and using them to bread my salmon patties the last time I made them.

Did up the budget for this month and we are $600.00 (about) under total budget for the month. Groceries were actually under budget by a bit. I am going to try and get that lower yet.

Everybody have a wonderful evening.

God bless.

Monday, November 1, 2021

Menu Monday and Update on Goals for October


It's a brand new month and today we have had lovely lazy snow flakes off and on all day. We also had 9 children last night for Trick or Treat, 3 of the children I expected did not show up. Kind of sad about that.

So here is the menu for this upcoming week.


Butternut Squash soup and tuna melts.


Lazy Cabbage rolls. I plan on making a few trays for the freezer so may as well make one extra to have for supper.


Clean out the fridge. Should be lots to choose from. I will make a salad as well.


Leftover Turkey made into a kind of pot pie. Leftover salad.


Tuna casserole and any leftover salad or C will make Brussels sprouts.


I plan on making a big pot of chili so hopefully there will not only be leftovers for another meal, but enough to freeze as well.


I think perhaps we should go out for supper, date night. I will pick a place that shouldn't be too crowded.

So there is our menu for the week. 

Now on to how I did on the goals for this past month.

1.  Work on t-shirt rug.  I have worked a bit on this.

2.  Make Christmas cards.  Done.

3.  Cut out pieces for Kurt's Christmas quilt.  Done.

4.  Finish my quilt.  I don't think this will happen but I have worked on hand quilting this month.

5.  Finish Kurt's quilt.  Done

6.  Knit 2 Secret Santa Scarves.  Finished and actually have knit 4

and working on number 5.

7.  Finish off harvesting the garden and cleaning off the deck.  Done.

8.  Remove spring/summer clothes and put in the fall/winter clothes.  Done.

9.  Repot lemon trees.  Done.

10. Cut more strips from cut up old t-shirts and leftover scraps of knit fabric.  Done.

And if there is time

11. Work on counted cross stitch.  Nope.

12. Make dryer balls.  Tried but used a pretreated wool yarn so things did not work. I will perhaps order the correct yarn online later this month.

So not to bad for the month. But now it is crunch time and I need to get my butt in gear. Don't ask me why Blogger highlighted everything. Hope the colours don't bother people too much.

Will be posting this months goals on Wednesday.

Everybody have a wonderful evening.

God bless.