I was working outside the better part of today and was really working on getting my shed door frame straightened out before I paint the frame, maybe tomorrow. I did drill before I tried to put the screws in, but did put some of them in wrong and also did strip some of them, so that meant I had to take the screws out by hand. I am surely not the best handy woman, but at least I give it a go. It took me about 5 hrs. just to get about 20 screws in the door frames. I did burn my finger for being dumb and touching a hot screw. I even had to saw one part of the door frame off, so it would fit.
I only worked on my vegetables and flowers a little today. I also have to fix my other shed door frame another day before I paint it. There is some wood on the front and back door frame that needs to be replaced. Some more of my tomatoes are ripening and I can hardly wait to see how they taste. I also have more flowers that are starting to bloom and also an eggplant that is starting to produce eggplant. At least it wasn't too humid outside today, but it was still warm and had me sweating. My Weber grill is waiting until Steve and I have time to work on it to try and convert it to a pizza oven. At least that is cleaned up now. I only am going to work outside for about another hour and then am going to make some macaroni salad and some other food.
At the end of the day life is good, because I still can work outside! :)
There are some bees on some of the flowers if I took the pictures right. I won't be making any dough today or pizzas, but will be studying some more about making pizza. There is always more to learn.
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Adventure in Pizza Making
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