The community garden has taken up so much time. Rotary donated money for a bush tucker native garden, so I designed two boomerang shapes with a round bit in the middle which we will now turn into a turtle. Prior to them planting the trees, as every Rotarian had to plant a tree before the end of June,we dug it all out from mowed grass, filled it with 5 cubic metres of compost to raise the bed, which is a small truck load. Then last Sat we had the Rotary morning, with morning tea as well, so made cake and a slice.
Sunday I went to scrapbooking day but had to duck back to the garden for a meeting being Secretary as well as co-ordinator.
This week I am not going to the garden which is open today Tues. Thurs. and Sunday every morning. DH is president, treasurer so will let him cope with it all. I have so much to do here, as well an appnt.at hospital for an infusion for RA and a hair appnt. Friday
Doing lots in our front garden today, we raised all the beds for our old age, and our verandah looks like a building site, plus I had plants everywhere formthe Communityngarden so sorting it all out and sending bits and pieces over to it. Neighbours must think we live in a dunp.
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