But when I get home, I turn to the country life. Shorts, work boots, a pocket knife and a long to do list.
Rain is headed our way. Much needed rain, but rain nonetheless. That means activities best suited to dry weather, or aided by the rain, need to be done.
Tonight I spread some pasture mix in the new horse pasture. Then I weeded the garden, put up poles for my peas and beans, planted more beans, squash, and corn. Finally I trimmed the hedges at the farm house and cleaned the debris off the porch.
Not to mention I repaired a hose and took care of a couple honey do items in the front flower beds. Finally at 9:30 I took a shower and had a salad for dinner. Yes, it was my lettuce in the salad.
It is enough to make you tired, but really I barely notice until I sit down. Besides, it is a good tired, and I get a lot of satisfaction from the hard work.