Day 123 – nothing worth having comes easy
A progress update on the garden, after a couple of days work from Leigh, who had been brought in to fix our garden, we have the top cleared and almost ready to lay slabs down on. The garden already looks bigger, although its still a bit of a mess while this is going on.
Today we had the materials delivered that we need to complete the job, comprising of 60 paving slabs, a tonne of hardcore and a giant bag of sand, as well as five bags of cement. The cement couldn’t be left out, in case it rained, so those had to be moved indoors, but I also needed to move the slabs as well.
I knew it would be a slow job, it would be heavy work, and my back and legs would most likely be aching at the end of it, but it needed doing. An hour and a half later and I have moved all of the slabs from the front garden, through the garage and into the back garden, all the slabs are inside and I’ve finished digging the top of the garden to make way for the work to continue today.
It’s dark outside, I’m sweating and ready to do nothing but collapse in bed, but not before I’ve had a shower first!!
Posted on July 19, 2017, in 365 project and tagged 365 Project, 50mm, birmingham, Blogging, Canon 6D, Daughter, Family, Friends, Gardening, Journal, Parenting, Photography. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.