The final resting place - I hope - for the calendar. It looks much better here, I think.
This was another area to be dealt with - and was. The cutest little computer came in that box. Mike's not sure the screen is large enough for viewing his massive amounts of correspondence, so he may not keep it. I'm kind of hoping it comes my way. I sure don't mind hand-me-downs.
New kid on the block. The $4 Wal-Mart mixer I bought last Christmas after burning my other one out on cookie dough has competition.
Although the little one didn't do such a bad job on mashed potatoes yesterday.
This was a gift from our children and has been sitting on the floor of Mike's closet for weeks. I was not allowed to open it for the reason mentioned above. We may have to savor it in the box another day or so before we can enjoy it.
Before-and-after time. Just to prove that retirement is working.
We both worked this morning on the pyracantha. This is how it looked last week.
I mainly pushed the wheelbarrow to the street, clipped the lower branches, and hyperventilated when the loppers tried to get too close to the fence. If the main gardener had had his way, there would be a small stump there now and no berries.
The heat was pretty fierce, and I didn't get to enjoy the other improvements, so I concentrated on another inside job.
This is a nice little pantry that was just a catchall and a place for Mama to keep all her things.
I spent a little time on it, and it looks better. At least now I know where some things are.
Before the floor got swept.
That will probably be all that gets accomplished this week, but I'm happy with it. Can't work all the time. We're going to S. Carolina on a "business trip" this week, so I should get some knitting and embroidery done. Then Sunday, I'm going to meet Barbara at the quilt shop to see what's new at Kudzu Blossom. Just looking.
I wonder if there are any quilt shops on the way to Greenwood.