So this blog was really supposed to be about the everyday things in our life but has lately become only updates on my quilting projects. So here is a new post to get back on track.
We finally have grass again! The drainage holes we dug have been filled in with gravel and covered over with top soil. Most of the clay soil has been removed and we put down grass seed a couple weeks ago. Right afterwards, it rained for several days and while the drainage holes helped, there was still standing water for several days so we were afraid the seed was all drowned out. I'm glad it wasn't, otherwise I would start seriously thinking about making a yard out of moss. (I'm still considering the moss for the around around the rain barrels).
The garden DH built for me is working out well. It's only 2 feet deep so it very easy to reach in and weed, or train the peas to climb the strings. The plants are doing well and for now there is enough dirt to accommodate DS's constant digging.
My parents are getting ready to make an offer on a house. It will need a little remodeling to fit our family but there will be plenty of room. The backyard ends at an open field - great for baseball and football games. My parents know several other families very close by so I think they will really like the area.
I took DS to the zoo on Saturday. We got there right as they opened and left before the day got too hot. DS lead the way and took us down this path to the Wildlife Canyon just as they started letting people feed the camels. I think we spent at least 20 minutes there and he probably gave the camels 8-10 treats. Not many people were down there so the keepers were very generous with the camel snacks.
Now it's time for DS to go to bed so I will stop my blogging for tonight.