• Jena

Tackle it Tuesday: Garden update/ and craft supply update


Oh, lately I wonder if I haven’t become a “human-doing” rather than a “human being” because of all of the doings-on here.  Well, I still have some basic human responses and conversation skills, so I haven’t launched into blitz-ville too much. 

So, what did we tackle in the garden this week?

Well, Emily and I took a “shopping trip” to look for some perennials.  This is looking down upon a …

foxglove..

Here’s looking at the entire “patch” which I hope will be happy next to the veggie garden and the compost.  

Lettuce is a little bigger too!

That is a tomato plant of some sort..

Inside this massive trunk is a lifetime supply of wool for wool projects. I make hooked rugs with all of this, but lately it has gotten out of control. 

Before: all the snarled up wooly mess..

After: all the wool separated into garbage bags by color. (That brilliant idea was Joanna’s!  So nice to have a smart daughter. ) 


Since I’ve already made several rugs out of this stuff, Joanna came up with a plan to help me reduce my inventory.  Anybody in the local area who would like to learn how to make a rug, just come to my house and I’ll teach you how and give you free supplies and all.  What a good deal is that??  Any takers?  FREE.

For more tackles, visit: 5 minutes for MOM

#organizingspace #TackleitTuesday

0 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

Why the Franklin Method?

There's something to be said about finding your niche in the world of movement and bodywork. It can take years--especially if you are enticed by every "shiny thing". I admit it. I'm a continuing ed

Embracing the 2020

Some of you may have recognized that I have a silent blogger for most of 2020. You haven't been imagining it. It is true. But it wasn't what most people call "writer's block"--because that assumes t

Changes to the Bodyworkshop

There's a popular therapist that I follow who has an entire series on the pandemic silver linings playbook. Even though Dr. Kathy Dooley lost her business, her father,and her home state( she had to m

Subscribe for Updates

© 2020 Jena Webber