It's feeling natural and it's feeling good, so things are changing... you know what I mean?
Steel cut oats, topped with an "individual portion" size thingie of butter and a little brown sugar, a small berry and banana smoothie and straight black coffee.
an apple and a chunk of cheddar cheese
Ry Vita crackers (2) with butter and Vegemite, another banana, and a glass of organic milk.
Salad roll, with lettuce, tomato, cukes and grated carrot. Black coffee
Veggie and chicken breast wrapped in a tortilla, with mayo and mustard - but I was too tired to eat the whole thing, so I shared it with the magpies. (it made a nice change from the worms and bugs I turned up while gardening, I guess)
I managed to put in a couple of hours in the front garden yesterday, and I have to say I'm definitely making headway there. I can see a huge difference... and my hamstrings and tushy are telling me that I just about worked my arse off.
If only wish it were that easy, eh?
Today, I've got about 20-40 Agapanthas, (the damn things have multiplied in their pots, so I'm not exactly sure how many I've actually got) 6 geraniums that I've started from cuttings, and maybe a dozen lavenders (ditto on the lavenders) to get in the ground, so by the end of the day, the front yard should be looking pretty "put together"... and then I can start on the back.
I've still got about 30 geraniums, as well as probably 50 lavender cuttings to get in the ground, so I just hope I haven't waited too long in the season, to get them going.
I know I should have gotten them in in the fall, but hey... what can I say?
I don't know how many of you read Mandy's blog,
but I found out this morning, that Mandy's husband Greg went to be with Jesus on Thursday.
We knew that the end was coming, and bless her heart...Mandy has held up amazingly well under the circumstances, continuing to make life as normal for her children and as comfortable as possible for Greg.
But it's still a bit of a shock that such a loving and vibrant husband and father has passed away.
My heart goes out to Mandy and her children.
Today is Father's Day here in Australia, so
please keep them all in your thoughts and prayers, at this trying time.