I spent all day yesterday in the yard.
I've got millions of hopeful projects going on.
Like Kale and Lettuce and Spinach seedlings that are ready for the ground. I feel proud of them, out there in the wind and the rain, all by themselves. I know they can grow, if they just stay brave.
I found evidence of our first little aerator and composter of the spring.
Anybody who's ever grown something will tell you there's magic in it.
I have the world's cutest helper, too. Thanks to all of her wonderful birthday gifts. She has a new wheelbarrow, shovel, hoe, rake, spade and other diggy tools, gloves and boots.
She has her own tiny patch of soil to feed and cultivate under our bean tree. She said that she wants to plant a sunflower. I can't wait to see it grow taller than both of us.
In the evening, we walked to the park even though it was too windy and cold, because swinging on the swings makes Baby Cheesy smile bigger than it's even possible to smile.
I didn't quite get one of my mommy sundays... but I mean, really... what I did get was pretty much perfect.