Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Spring cleaning ......

Well, it's that time of year again when I get that "I gotta clean the yard" bug. I've made 2 4'x4' square boxes and I am going to attempt (the main word here is attempt) to square foot garden. I'm siked, I'm ready, and I am going to give it my best shot! Hopefully I can get something to grow and that it will save me some money on that grocery store produce! The little ones are going to help me , so , if I only get a few veggies this year, it's ok. We'll have fun gardening anyway!

My dog, is well, goofy. He is showing signs of seperation anxiety and he's driving me nuts. I have to crate him when I go to work, because he gets destructive when I leave. Ughh. I've been trying to be patient with him, so I hope that he will snap out of it soon. I don't know his history since we adopted him from an animal shelter, so we just have to keep showing him love and hope that he will calm down.

This year I'm not looking forward to Easter. I'm just not ready! Finances are so tight right now and it seems that there is no light at the end of the tunnel. My van needs brakes, there are Easter baskets to make, and all that money to spend. I know that I am not the only one and I am thankful for what I have. Sometimes it does get overwhelming and I just need to get it out. There, done. lol

So, I hope everyone has a wonderful Easter if I don't post again by then. Stay safe and warm!

Take care all and Happy Crafting!!


Shadows of the goddess designs said...

how is the garden and the dawg ?? :P

Darlene said...

I just wanted to say that I adopted a one year old pug last august and at first her seperation anxiety was so bad I thought we were going to have to medicate her. She had attached herself to me and didnt want me out of her sight ever. Now 9 months later.. all is good. It just took some time. She no longer has seperation anxiety. I think it just came from her confused upbringing. Once she figure out we were hers for good, she settled right down.