Exactly one year ago today, Jason proposed to me. And, obviously, I said YES! It was the best decision I have ever made, and I am so proud to be married to such an incredible man. I love him more every day! I'm still missing him - he promised me a date night in Cody sometime next week to celebrate six months of marriage and a year since our engagement. :) If you'd like to read our engagement story, click HERE!
Today was a slow Saturday. Saturdays around here are for finishing up any projects and cleaning up your work areas. So that's what I did. We started late, sitting in the kitchen chatting for an hour, then I had a long lunch, finished cleaning and wrapped up an hour early. As I said, slow Saturday, leading up to a day off - Sunday. I extra watered all the hanging baskets since they dry out so fast and the cranky petunias will wilt if it gets too sunny tomorrow.
Speaking of sun - it snowed 4 more inches last night, snowed through the morning, then the sun came out at lunchtime and started turning everything to slush, it snowed some more and the sun is back out again. That's where we're at. Slush is awful. And when it all finally melts the ranch will be mud city. Eww.
Back to the greenhouse - it's good that today was "cleaning day". It looked like a soil bomb exploded in certain parts of the greenhouse. I've been transplanting and potting so much it was just inevitable. Plus, I really REALLY needed to go through all the seeds and get them organized. Herbs, Veggies, Wildflowers, Flowers. And alphabetized. Phew. I have a functioning workspace now!
Also, I forgot to write down a few more lessons yesterday!
* Greenhouse work is hard work. I will have the sexy, toned back and arms I've always wanted by June it seems.
* Snow is heavy. Hiking up hill in it when it comes up to your shins is a good work out!
So, as long as the weather cooperates, I'm headed into Cody tomorrow to enjoy myself - check out the museum, maybe see a movie, buy myself lunch. :) Looking forward to it!
Hope you're having a beautiful weekend, wherever you are!