It's been drizzling most of the week, good for the garden. Not so good for the weeds, they're growing, well like weeds! Lots of picking done as I've had a few minutes to spare.
The seeds I planted have sprouted, little seedlings looking good. We may have fresh veg for summer after all.
The warmer days have meant we've let the fire go out, only lighting it of an evening to keep the house warm overnight. I'm still drying the washing on the clotheshorses.
Processed more celery and cauliflower for the freezer.
Ran out of bread, and I'm waiting for a part for the breadmaker so I made pancakes for lunches and morning tea instead of going to the shops just to buy bread. Pancakes cost 90 cents to make, loaf of bread is $1.90. We had pancakes over to freeze, we never have bread left so win-win.
Sorted through a shelf in my wardrobe and took a bag of clothes to the op shop and a bag of rags to our mechanic. I tried to convince Wayne to turn our WIR into a walk-in pantry but he wouldn't have a bar of it - don't know why ;)
Whipped up some coconut oil to make an after-shower moisturiser. Summer will be here before I know it and dry, winter arms and legs need some TLC in preparation for shorts and t-shirts.
Washed the outside of all the windows this morning while it was warm and sunny, using hot water, a slurp of vinegar and a small squirt of dishwashing liquid. Now they're sparkling again.
Diluted a bottle of dishwashing liquid for the kitchen.
Was blessed with tomatoes, bananas, chips, rice crackers, cream, tea bags, pretzels, a huge bag of micro greens, and a lovely visit from Wendy on Friday.
Put some banana slices in the dehydrator overnight to make banana chips.
Made tomato chutney, some for us and some for the Christmas hampers.
Bottled some tomatoes.