I always love a new vegetarian experiment (though technically the pasta salad is pescetarian) so here’s what we have: Tuna pasta salad with whole wheat pasta, carrot, spinach, and tuna (mixed with olive oil mayo). The hot dog, which has been Jack’s obsession for the last few days, was found by Jack in the veggie section at the grocery store- it’s a Light Life Smart Sausage in a whole wheat bun. It was amazing! Matt says it would be great for bangers and mash, Jack and Henry both loved it. Jack got high-fives from daddy for his great find at the store!
I’m amazed at my ability to look past housework. I have a super-human ability that allows me not to see a pile of dirty diapers, 3 loads of laundry, dirty dishes and dirty bathrooms. My super power even allows me to see the gallon of milk as half full (instead of nearly empty).
Today is clearly a housework kind of day.
You can get a lot done! Tuesday we made an early run to Lowes for some mulch.
Wednesday we were at The Stone Store at 8:15.
Wednesday’s naptime was spent digging a ‘trench’ and placing the stones (hello, sweat!)
This morning I mulched before the rain starts (because judging by the sky it’s going to happen any second!)
Edging the garden with rocks was something I’ve wanted to do for a while but I figured it would cost an arm and a leg… nope. 66 dollars.
It’s not that I wish my husband ill health, but while he was home sick he managed to build a gate for the deck. I cannot tell you how excited I am about this! It’s going to make lazy summer afternoons relaxing on the deck much more relaxing!
I’ve always loved having access to the yard from the deck but now that access is toddler friendly. I think it might be time for a deck party!
Instead of having a bunch of posts all week about our Easter Vacation (because we really did so much) I’m going to give you one monster blog with a bunch of pics of everything we did. The egg hunt in historic Berlin, MD is serious business. Just ask Jack.