How to handle a ton of chores…
So today I was faced with a ton of laundry, chores and a bazillion errands.
I really struggled with shoe choice while ignoring my list of things I “should” do. My “shoulds” quickly became, “Should I get my running shoes on first or gardening boots? I shouldn’t stay inside for a minute today.” And I didn’t…..
I DID do some cleaning today. I moved logs, trimmed back raspberry canes and weed whacked the deer path. My farmer friend Ed says deer always follow the path of least resistance and I want the deer to come close for photos.
I didn't get a chance to see the weather, but could tell from the sunrise it was going to be a special day.
The Eastern Bluebirds stopped by for a morning snack.
A Downey Woodpecker perched on the ornamental grass.
A late afternoon turkey visit. I dug holes (the ground isn't frozen!!) and secured the Christmas trees in the ground to hide some of the ugly shed and give the birds some cold-weather cover. The trees are behind the turkey.
Sun and warmth in January is so unusual and a welcome gift.
An equally wonderful sunset to wrap up the light hours.
Flying fowl across the sunset.