A Day of House Work [In and Out]

Gardening is hard work – especially when you find some kind of rock under the topsoil. Digging around it, we found that it could be broken into pieces. Not easily, but it could be done. So, for the last hour or so, we’ve been digging through it just to get holes deep enough for some flowers. Of course, we had to borrow a shovel to do this work, so that’s now on the list of stuff we have to buy.

The barbeque is going well – I think I have the temperature down where it needs to be. It takes a lot of work just to check on it during the day. I’m glad I have nowhere else to be!

I’m also working on the new web site, or rather, redirecting the old website to the new domain name. This is the web site for our new photography business name: Phillips Photographik. It’s the same site for now that the old one pointed to, but now I’ve changed some of the language to reflect that it’s Laura and I, and updated the contact emails. I still have to update the banner.

It will take some time for us to finalize a logo, but we’ll get it done. At least this gives us a start!

We’ve been stagnant for so long, but things are going to change soon.

One thought on “A Day of House Work [In and Out]”

  1. I had a summer job in high school and college that involved picking up rocks from soybean fields. Well, that was part of the job, there were others. Of course, that”s the only part my GF at the time remembered to tell her law firm partner daddy about. Great first impression. I digress.

    Anywho, one of the fields we worked sat on a terminal moraine. Lots of rocks. We started digging on one, and kept digging. And digging. We eventually had to use the PTO on the John Deere and a number of chains to pull the boulder out of the ground.

    I hope your digging didn”t get that involved.

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