He built a fence at the back alley to keep the deer out. It used to have white tape above the lower chain link part to keep them from jumping over, but now they just don't have a chance.
Then he hauled off (oops, hauled in) and got four loads of gravel to fill in his new enlarged driveway.
You know that I avoid the great outdoors so kept myself busy inside. For two years I've been waiting for inspiration for a valance on those windows. I actively dislike mini-blinds, but Al likes them, so I've given up on that battle. For now. All the scraps, pockets, waistbands, zippers, etc. were jamming up the sewing table when creativity struck and now they are wrapped around foam insulation boards, at least hiding the mechanism of the hated blinds.
Then the heaping basket of leg seams called out to be woven and became a pillow.
|Same with the waistbands.|
One of the most annoying sewing tasks (to me) is inserting a zipper on the back to allow for easy access, washing, fluffing. The pile of zippers jumped right up on the sewing machine and yelled "use me, use me!" Okay, Okay. Pipe down.
You can imagine all the chatter in the Patch with supplies yelling for attention.
I'm now very pleased with myself because this has been one of the most interesting and fun projects I've ever done. Can you see me taking a bow? Thank you. Thank you very much.