Now that is what I call some extreme baby-wearing.
It was fun to have some girl company (of course baby Dimitri represented for the boys) and get to catch up, visit, and even sew some buckwheat hot/cold packs with soothing herbs to help relieve the stress from aforementioned AWOL husbands.
(also good to soothe the home-coming hunter's frostbitten face.)
After all the company took off today, I decided to work on framing some prints and original artwork that have been hanging around my house for way too long. I ordered frames and matting from here, and let me tell you, they have very reasonable prices, but expect to assemble the frames yourself. For me, it is well worth the savings to roll that way.
(artwork by James Adcox, Karen Olanna, and yours truly)
With that project out of the way I tackled a clean and mop of the living-room and then decided to plant round one of my seeds for the summer garden.
Unfortunately, Sadie was all about trying to eat my jiffy starts, so I had to come up with a compromise to keep her busy while I planted my tomato, pepper, chinese cabbage and kale (and even some flowers--we'll see how that goes). The compromise:
I gave her my ric-rac collection. Boy, was that ever a hit!
Well, that's all for now folks. Time for me to drink my tea and watch the sun go down. Stay tuned for what I am sure will be an riveting (and funny) story from the LP later this week:)