Progress at the Cemetery Burial Plot has been good. Last week the surrounding curbing was completed and the workman even can to my home (which is only a five minute drive from the cemetery) and picked up a lot of the rock from my garden to use for a little decorative touch on the top surface of the curbing. For what it is worth - it gives it a little personal touch. The next issue is to decide on the head stone. We have been talking about using one of the large rocks from my garden as the headstone. I thought it would be less expensive but that is not the case. Most of the large/boulder rock that I have is granite and not a very good rock for engraving. However, the workman pointed out a rock in my patio rock wall that is called Columbia Marble that may work well. We'll just have to wait and see how all this goes.
How crazy is this? A few weeks ago on an impulse I bought 2 little 4in. by 4in. plants, one a tomato and one a zucchini. I didn't get them planted right away and they would dry out, I would water them and that went on for a few days before I got them popped in the dirt.
Another large outdoor project is underway. I have English Ivy covering the one side of the pathway that stretches along where the water flows when we have heavy rains. It's a ditch that I lovingly call The Creek.
My power washing of the moss covered cement is almost completed. I delayed finishing because my neighbors were visiting their second home next door and the power washer makes a lot of noise. They were here for over a week. So, I can soon finish that project.
More project updates next time.
I hope you are enjoying your week.