This is what a lawn looks like in 23 days of wet weather!
You can see that it’s almost more than the mower can handle!
Had a good canning day yesterday. In the evening it stopped raining long enough for me to get an hour or so of dead-heading the lilac bush in. Still more to go on that, too, but it will have to wait. Now that we can finally deal with the lawn, it takes priority. It’s not finished, either. We ran out of daylight. But the main yards are done; just the extended yard needs doing yet. Tomorrow, with luck…
I had a good writing day today, just over 2K. I discovered that if you feed a pregnant girl mutton curry first thing in the morning, she’s likely to upchuck. In the bathtub, in this case. I discovered other things, too, but that might already be more than you wanted to know!
That’s a nifty picture because you’ve got both before and after going at the same time.
So, will you get any hay out of it?
Wow, it’s really green!
Linda (in Kansas, where it’s green now, but not for long)
Heh–at least your grass is green. My grass is slowly turning yellow-brown from the lack of water.
Valerie Comer says
Yeah, it’s sad. Instead of cutting the lawn being a one person, one evening job, it turned into a 2 and 2. Every bit had to be raked. And what I made out of the rakings was thick mulch for the garden. Green. Yes, Linda and Maripat. If it rained every single day for 23 days where YOU live, odds are YOUR lawn would be green too!