My laundry room/meat room was started a couple of years ago and progress was stalled for something more important and that's where it stayed...
The building was lacking proper windows and had heavy security mesh attached, I had old rubber backed curtains hanging to hopefully exclude some of the weather.
When we renovated the front of the house, hubby had kept one of the older casement timber windows as the size corresponded with the opening roughly.
Last fortnight when I suggested that maybe we should contact the builder( as Brian was tied up on other projects, he quickly stepped into action and began work.
The next job followed along straight away as well.
Work began on the two windows on the front of the shed .
When we lived on the coast, a lovely friend of ours renovated our kitchen and the two sliding windows were removed to house a big glass sliding door.
We had saved the windows hoping to one day use them again.
I now have a much more pleasant outlook from in the laundry and so much more light is streaming in.
We had another rooster processing day,
Our tomatoes in pots on the verandah are doing well( that's all we grew this year),
Looks great until they are put into perspective,
Rob our bee man came back and he and Brian took some more honey, it just keeps coming at an amazing rate,
Our new evaporative air conditioner arrived and was to be installed, but the installer failed to heed Brian's instruction on how far apart our roof beams were and the mounting system could not be installed as he assumed the spacings would be standard sizes.
My wonderful sister in law made us a beautiful plaque to put on our old Blue girl Tilly's final resting place.
I took a panorama the other day as I wanted to make some farm bookmarks for my granddaughter,
So until we meet again,
Take care of you and yours,
Brian and Jane.