After a long holiday weekend Monday started off with a bang. Quite literally. The jackhammer started up at 8am just as little M and I were settling in for his morning milk. We rushed downstairs and I stuck little M in his tower while I moved my car from the driveway.
The noise was a little scary at first, but once he realized where the noise came from he was happy. There's nothing more exciting to a little boy than construction equipment.
After they left for the day S and I went outside to dig up the azalea plants in front of our kitchen window and along our little porch.
S planted all the little azaleas together in front of and next to the newly moved shed. They're grouped near the arborvitae that we transplanted from the top of our driveway to the side of shed to make daily watering easier. It's not their final home, but it's the best place we could find to hopefully keep them alive until we can transplant them in the fall (or spring.)
On the subject of doors, I can't find the freaking door I want anywhere. I know it exists because it's on the house down the street that was just renovated a couple of months ago, but it doesn't exist otherwise. Fiberglass that looks like wood, 3/4 glass with 4 lights, grilles on the outside so I can stain them to match the door and a single raised rectangle panel on the door below the glass. Next time I see our neighbors outside I'll ask them who makes their door. Until them I'm on the hunt.