Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Too Pooped to Post!!

As much as I'd love to post to my blog regularly, I'm too tired after working in my yard to have the energy to do so.

I even have a new camera but can't tear myself away from my perfect-yard obsession to experiment with it.

Hopefully, my obsession will soon fade.  Pray for me, will you please?


Sarah said...

Hey! It let me in! I should go out and play the lottery!

I say if you're having fun, just keep enjoying it dear. I love knowing that you're having so much fun this summer. I'll pray that you continue to enjoy making the perfect yard. :) Have a great week!

Cheryl aka Shaddy said...

SARIE: Hurray!! I'm so glad you were able to get in here.

I fear that if I don't post to my blog regularly, I may lose the followers I so appreciate.

I am enjoying my time outside tremendously although it sometimes seems overwhelming. That's when I remind myself that the yard doesn't need to be absolutely neat as a pin and as green as green can be.

I hope you're enjoying your summer as well.

Walk said...

My lawn looks perfect, a nice wheat-before-harvest color. In other words, it's dead, which means I don't have to mow, which means its perfect.

At the same time I'm getting cabin fever as it doesn't cool down until around 8:30pm and that's when the sun sets. I would like to have a day I could work outside.

Cheryl aka Shaddy said...

WALK: Our grass would be dead too if I didn't water it religiously. Other than a couple of cooler days this week, our temps have been up there as well, although probably not as bad as yours. I'm learning to ignore how warm I am and to just keep going.

I hope things cool down for you so you and enjoy being outside.

K.M. Weiland said...

I don't blame you one little bit! Summer can be downright exhausting. But don't get me wrong - I adore summer. Exhausting or not, I spend every minute I can draining every moment of sunshiny goodness out of these three short months!

Cheryl aka Shaddy said...

K.M.: I'm going to miss my hours outside when the weather turns sour later this year!! I mustn't dwell on the future, now is summer and now it's great.

Thanks for stopping in.

Natasha Alexander said...

I spent a couple of winters in Wisconsin, so I DEFINITELY think you should take advantage of being outdoors in your lovely yard while you can!