it’s been a really good couple of weeks. i don’t know if it’s the completion of our financial planning for the year (and our first year really using holistic resource management planning tools together, p. and i), the fact that we have a number of rad farm-based projects on the go, that i’ve been managing to spend more time with other adults, or that every family member just happens to be in a good place at the same time, but i’ll take it.
spring is coming and going. we’re making the most of it.
the hens have started venturing further from the barn, joining us in our work and play when we’re out in ‘the yard’.
we’re making concrete plans to repair things we’ve been wanting to get to since moving here.
and we’re soaking in our puddles. today we learned that old baking sheets make really excellent ferries.
(in other news, while amortization and depreciation are fascinating concepts, thinking about them too much in your day to day is probably unnecessary and can make you go a bit bonkers.)