Sunday, May 04, 2008

This week...

Hello Again! Hope you are all well. Today was really hot outside! I got some gardening done, and hung a couple of loads of wash out on the line, for the first time this year. Spring must really be here!
Jai and I took some time yesterday to build a mini greenhouse out of windows that we got from the curb at Spring Clean-Up. It turned out really well, I am totally in love with it! So today I started some seeds in there, and planted the stuff that you're supposed to put in the ground as soon as it can be worked (sweet peas, onions, and some lettuce.) Hopefully the sweet peas will grow this year, as I planted some last year, but they never grew at all.

In other news, the dining table I built was picked up today. I think the couple that bought it were really happy, so that's a very nice feeling. Unfortunately I didn't get a chance to take some good pictures of it, so this is all you get.
I'm looking forward to this week coming up, although it will be crazy busy. I am teaching four yoga classes for Julie, the teacher in Annapolis Royal, who is off visiting family for the next two weeks. AND I'm teaching the second installment of the Yoga for Kids program at the Cornwallis elementary. We did the first one last week, and it was a bit of a crazy time! I think the kids had fun, but I'm still nervous about what I am going to do with them this week. Ten kids in one room can generate a lot of energy!
Speaking of kids, we spent a very nice evening yesterday with friends, helping Dereck celebrate his birthday. I tried to get a nice picture of Eve and Sophie, but couldn't do it. I tip my hat to people who can get good pictures of little kids, because I certainly can't! I thought I had a really nice one of Eve, all silhouetted in this beautiful light, but then when I looked at it later, I realized I had a perfect silhouette of her picking her nose.
Well, that's pretty much all of our news for this week. I'll leave you with a shot of Queen Street, since I realized that I've never shown a picture of our main street. This is downtown Bridgetown for you, in all it's glory. Isn't it cute?

2 comments:

sherrieg said...

Oh, it's gorgeous! J&P must love it - it must look perfect at their place! Nice work!

Anonymous said...

I too am trying sweet peas this year - wish me luck!

x rachel