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Sunday….short work day

It’s been a rough couple of weeks.  Working from 9 AM to 9 PM every day sure does get old after a while.  Especially without having any days off.  My schedule is now back to normal as of last Thursday and I’m just about caught up on everything except for the laundry.  I did have enough time to apply to a new client.  If accepted, I should get a ton of requests to visit and photograph forclosed properties.  The company is based out of Michigan and is supposed to have a training session in northern Virginia before the end of this month.  I’ll just have to wait and see.
 

^^Another beautiful sunset from my home away from home.

July 4th went by way too fast.  I spent half of the day at my Mom and Pop’s with my visiting middle sister and her hubby.  Then it was off to Cyndi and Kenny’s for our get together.  Good times!!!  Below is Teri applying “Flower Power” to her Prius.  Came out looking pretty awesome. 

Fire works in the driveway…

Then it was time to go home and hurry up and go to sleep so that I could go back to work on Monday morning.  I’m glad that I didn’t drink anything. 🙂

Today I work until 5, then I have to go and chase a couple of cars in Woodbridge.  I spent most of this morning re-orginizing my home making room for my new sofa/bed

This is actually small enough to fit in my home.

I had to yank out my peas because they kicked the bucket.  Oh well, I’ll try it again next time, but I won’t be using the straw bales again. It’s too hard to keep the plants watered.  Tomatoes and herbs are growing well.  LOL….and there is more weird stuff growing on my straw bales.

It’s almost time to leave here and chase some cars. 🙂

11 replies on “Sunday….short work day”

Peas like cool weather. You have to plant them in March to get any yield to speak of. Frost doesn't hurt them; I've even had it snow on tiny pea plants and they aren't bothered a bit.

Peas like cool weather. You have to plant them in March to get any yield to speak of. Frost doesn't hurt them; I've even had it snow on tiny pea plants and they aren't bothered a bit.

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