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I am going to hurt in the morning

Category: FRED - the garden | Posted: Wed Feb 07, 2007 1:30 am

Already do but it will only be worse by morning. But I had a good time getting into this condition at least to begin with. Temp just reached 70 this afternoon and I was outside to greet it. Got out about 10 and put my tools up for the day around 4.

I transplanted two Lavenders from pots into the ground, lost one in the last freeze I am afraid so I will have to replace it.
Also transplanted two Bronze Fennel and a Rue from pots into the ground. One Rue into a larger pot and left the other two Rue in their already pretty large pots. I have read that Rue will keep cats out of the garden so I plan on having them strategically placed to hopefully save some birds this year.

Dug up a group of Canna to give to Lisa. Then started clearing out where the wishing well/birth month flower bed will be. About half done, I want the finished bed to be 12 feet in diameter. Still have to take down the rest of the dead Redbud we started on last fall.


The not so fun part of getting this sore was falling. Randy and I had done some tree limb trimming and were taking them out to the curb for trash pickup tomorrow when my feet got tangled in the limbs I was carrying and down I went. I figure in the morning I will be sore in places I didn't remember having.

I have now had my shower and am comfy in my pjs about to begin studying the Johnny's Seeds catalog that came today.


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eileen wrote on Wed Feb 07, 2007 1:37 am:


Toni I really hope you don't wake up tomorrow all battered and bruised as well as stiff from all that hard work.

Ian and I have, finally, finished the new back fence and I'm feeling, shall we say, rather delicate at the moment too!!!





 

glendann wrote on Wed Feb 07, 2007 2:18 am:


Toni ,You did a lot of work today and I do hope you are not very sore from your fall
tomorrow.Its suppose to be pretty again tomorrow.You will have to be in shape to do more :)




 

wannabe wrote on Wed Feb 07, 2007 2:27 am:


I know about falls and soreness Toni so do be careful and I hope you don't feel to bad. Wannabe




pondlady wrote on Wed Feb 07, 2007 2:54 am:


Toni, supposedly, if you work through the soreness for three days, you'll be fine.
Your beds are gonna look great!




 

cajunbelle wrote on Wed Feb 07, 2007 2:56 am:


Sorry about the fall Toni, I take a trip down the steps and sometimes up also. LOL

At least you got a lot accomplished. Hoping our weather stays dry this week so I can dig in on my days off.




 

Evil Roy wrote on Wed Feb 07, 2007 4:42 am:


Toni didn't mention the dull "THUD" that she made when she hit the ground. I thought she had dropped one of the thicker limbs. She's also groaning a little more than usual when she gets up from the couch. Tomorrow may be really interesting.




 

dooley wrote on Wed Feb 07, 2007 4:58 am:


I didn't do much today because my knees were still bothering me from yesterday. Sure doesn't take long to get sore when you haven't done yard work for a time. Hope you feel better in the morning Toni. Dooley




 

bethie wrote on Wed Feb 07, 2007 12:27 pm:


Hope all goes well today. We are all going to have to limber up for spring.




 

zuzu's petals wrote on Wed Feb 07, 2007 5:45 pm:


Oh how satisfying to get so much done so early in the year,
lots of new plants in the ground and ready to grow.

I hope you don't feel TOO achy, give yourself a chance to recover.





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