Saturday, June 5, 2010

And then there were five...

I made more Heavenly Jam yesterday. I want to have enough of it to give it as gifts and our rhubarb is growing so great this year. It must be the horse manure that Cliff spread all around it. As a matter of fact the whole garden is full of it. ☺
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Shortly after I took above picture I took the jars to our storage room downstairs. I wanted to do this in one trip only so I placed all the jars on a cookie sheet and off I went downstairs. Just as I was almost there the unthinkable happened, the jars shifted and I heard the unmistakable sound of breaking glass. Oh nooooo and it was on a carpeted floor to boot. It did not take me long to clean it up though but I was sorry to have one jar less.
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I am glad I did not cut my fingers because there were quite a few glass pieces all over the place.
Other than that is was a beautiful day. The sun was shining all day long and it was warm enough to have the doors open.
Tonight Cliff hung up our two hanging baskets on the balcony. It looks like one of the plants is not going to make it. I hope for the best but if not I'll have to buy a new plant to replace it.
Not many things happened since my last Blog, everything goes it's normal slow pace around here.
Time to publish this and say
Good night everybody ☺



Gypsy said...

I guess it's a good thing only one jar was broken.

Anonymous said...

You must have excellent reflexes to have been able to save all the jars from falling!! Very good for your age.....80, n'est-ce pas???