Caption this photo. No, don't. I'm going to be too busy this weekend to spend time moderating comments.
My demanding week at work is over, but now the real work begins. Some of you know that last summer, hereafter known as "the summer we lost our minds," Greatest Husband and I decided to hire one general contractor and thirteen sub-contractors to trash our house and rebuild it again. Not surprisingly, we are still dealing with a considerable amount of aftermath in the form of a completely rearranged backyard.
I took this picture on Wednesday:
You can see where I've roughed-out the arrangement of raised flower beds, and the trench at the top of the photo is where we will construct a low, fieldstone wall to separate GH's vegetable garden from the flower and herb gardens.
Yesterday, the rocks and timbers were delivered.
The rocks are gorgeous – pitted, fossil-embedded limestone and granite. Here you can get a better idea of their size relative to my healthy size 8 foot.
Can we finish before the end of this holiday weekend?
And, because this is the end of Project Spectrum's month of green, I leave you with these images – one from my garden . . .
the other from my crochet hook . . .