I have just came in from finishing up with the "Spectacular Six" puppies, with their pen all cleaned and washed down, Buddy also having been looked after having a big walk around our property while bouncing after a few frogs in the hay field, in the rain I might add however light, Bandit out a half hour earlier, with the girls having had already been out when Rob was at the veggie garden.
My day started out in its usual fashion with me going on to get some things that were priority, needing my attention before anything, while a load of laundry was washing first thing.
Darn, I got sidetracked after the Rhubarb, as I just now remembered I have Blueberries needing washed and bagged for the freezer as well.
Rob and I also had some downtown errands to do this morning, number one being a new battery for the Goldwing, as she got to spread her wings today for the first time since last Fall. Man there was a lot of dust to remove off her ... lol.
We did get into the garden today, regardless of the 90* F (or 30*C) weather we were having with the humidity.
While Rob was changing the oil in and spiffing up the Goldwing, Lexus, Mercedes and I were planting some of the planters.
Finally about 4:00 pm, we headed on down the road on the Honda Goldwing's "wings". The old 1984 gal, even though still much younger then I, got us over to Owen Sound and back with not a problem. We had to go to Owen Sound, as I wanted to do a bit of shopping for my Mother as she is in need of some new Capris for the upcoming Summer, also picking up a couple of small things at Walmart since we were so close by.
Rob took us into the Tim Hortons, the one with the Coldstone Ice Cream, where we tried our very first Blueberry Banana Smoothie.
We returned home rather late, with Rob back out in the garden to plant some seeds we had picked up in Owen Sound, while I made a couple of phone calls to "firm" up dates and times when the families were coming that each of the "Spectacular Six" had picked out to be their Forever Homes ....
Then it was the per usual, as goes our lives, with going to bed knowing the garden has been planted and a lovely light rain is descending down upon it, "Just North of Wiarton & South of the Checkerboard".