Thursday, March 19, 2009

It's Spring Here In The Mountains

A bit cooler today than yesterday but oh so nice. We finished the wrought iron fence across the porch. Took the 2 Coton de Tulears out there several times yesterday. I think they like it. Well the male baptised everything anyway, so he must like it!
Plans today are to
1. Move the day lillies behind the house to join the others on the side of the driveway.
2. Rake along the driveway.
3. Plant the new mint and Rosemary that I purchased yesterday.
4. Vacuum and mop the sun room.
5. Depending on the time, maybe get some more mopping completed.
7. Watch Survivor at 8 pm. that's a must for this house.
8 Hit the sheets about 10 pm if I can stay up that late.
Other than that the usual, showering, cooking, dishes, you know what I'm talking about. All that stuff that is the usual norm of each day that no one thinks you do. That's the woman's job, right?
Have a good day and smile......

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Riohnna said...

Wow, just reading about the Mint and Rosemary made my mouth water!

Laura Neal said...

Did you plant your rosemary on a Southwest corner? It loves that southwest corner and will grow into a huge bush! I will have to take a picture of my third generation plant I took from a cutting of my Dad's plant. I had a cutting from the original plant, Dad's, and at my old house, was the second generation plant, I took a cutting of the second and now I have the third generation plant and it is huge! I cut it back each year and it is spreading nicely! Fresh rosemary, mint, fennel, and parsley make a wonderful pork chop. Dredge your pork chops in flour, pour olive oil into a frying pan, add the herbs, season your flour with whatever spice you happen to like before you dredge your chops, then add the chops to the pan on top of the herbs and cook. These are the most amazing pork chops out there. I love my herbs!