Hubby and I made it to the gym at 5am this morning. Slowly, but surely, we'll have a regular routine in place. I myself, had been up since 2am.
The usual stuff needs done, and I'm still trying to get some foods stocked up and processed etc. It's a fight this week.
My swiss chard is not looking too good. I plan on visiting it today and getting the last of it in the freezer.
My dryer vent cleaning kit arrived, so that job just stepped up on the "to-do" list. It must be done. Hubby is way too busy to build me a tool, so I just went and ordered it.
I started a brew that will sit for 3 weeks, then it will be strained and bottled. It's top secret, or a few family members will know what I'm gifting for Christmas. Sadly, there is no possible way (so far that I can imagine), I'll have time to do any handiwork this year (to gift). I embroidered towels last year, but this year it may simply be the brewed or canned.
I yanked the last 60-some dead tomato plants. I need to retrieve the tomato stakes later tonight (need the truck) and get them stored yet. The cauliflower gets yanked today - snow comes Sunday. We may have a record high of 70 on Friday. Ha, tank tops on Friday, flannels on Sunday. Who knows, snow may mean we'll just see a few flakes too.
All of my potted flowers have been collected. I plan to dump that dirt today.
Bread needed baked, and that did not get done. It's been graciously moved into today's list. Or tomorrow's.
As for Mr. Fox? Well, we think the dogs ran him off for good yesterday. Not sure. I got to thinking, and remembered we had squirrels living in the old big barn. We last caught Mr. Fox there, and think he was looking for dinner. If he's eaten the rabbits we had too, he may have moved on. And if so, he's really done us a favor. The real test will be when I let the hens out again.
I'm considering re-homing my araucanas. I have not gotten eggs from them for 5 months now, and I really don't think they'll taste too good if I have them butchered. I don't want to waste money on organic feed zero eggs.
I have no clue what dinner will be tonight, so I best get to checking the freezer and pantry first.