Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Remember when...

I posted about our fence blowing down a few months ago? Well, the weather finally got nice enough for Rob to get out there and put it back together a few weekends ago. I know it is hard to believe after looking at those Easter pictures, but a week or so ago, the weather was soooo nice.

So on a Saturday afternoon, we all went out and watched Rob put up the fence. :)

He definitely knows how to use that drill. Oh yeah!

Sadie and I were going through our backyard and picking up rocks. It really is ridiculous how many rocks are in our backyard. And they aren't just tiny rocks either. They are BIG rocks. I don't know where they came from but we will get all those rocks someday. Just a little at a time!

We filled that bucket of rocks by just going through a small section of our backyard. No joke. Now, the question is what do we do with them? Right now the bucket is stuck way far out in our backyard because I can't even lift it anymore. Oh boy...

After we picked up rocks for a while, I needed to sit down. It is hard to bend over and pick things up for long periods of time when you are almost 37 weeks pregnant. (well...I was about 35 weeks at the time, but you get the point.) So we lounged around in these chairs. It was fun!

And then we decided to move all of the tomato cages that were crushed when the fence fell down. Sadie was a big helper...if you can't tell by the picture, this is her stuck inside of one. She is so funny!

We can't wait for the warm weather to come back so we can play outside again! Just a few minutes ago, I looked outside to see snow blowing completely horizontally past our house. Sheesh. I feel bad for all the kids who are on spring break this week. Spring...come back!


Lindsay said...

Lindsey-you look great!! And you're at the any time stage...so exciting! :)

Grandma & Grandpa K said...

You are very good at supervising your man at work. One step at a time to getting your place the way you want it.
We had spring weather yesterday, snow, rain, hail and sunshine all in one day.