God made rainy days so gardeners could get the housework done. ~Author Unknown
It’s a cool, rainy March day here–the kind of weather that makes me want to lie on the couch and doze on and off, dreaming of warm, sunny days and veggies growing on the vine.
Sadly, however, the inside of my house beckons me. She’s a bit jealous that I’ve been spending so much time outside recently. It’s hard to justify indoor chores when I could be doing a number of outside tasks that fill my spirit.
So , what does a farmer or gardener do on a rainy day? Here are some thoughts:
recipes and putting sticky tabs on the ones you want to try. They might even encourage you to grow something you’ve never attempted before.
So, next time you feel like the preteen who walks around saying “I’m bored! There’s nothing to do,” consider this list or challenge yourself to add a few other ideas. And if you’re still bored? There’s laundry to wash, floors to mop, and dishes to dry. . . . . uh, huh, that’s what I thought.