“I am the Kärcher Queen … Wrinkled and sweet … more than 43 … Oooh yeah!”
I should make a workout video with the Kärcher high pressure water hose. It’s great for your arms! Today, in 3.5 hours, this section behind the main farmhouse (I love a good before and after photo) …
Became this …
I quite enjoyed doing that. Much more than the lawn!
Today is also the first day of a personal challenge to do the I Quit Sugar 8-Week Program. This is a fitfor15in15 new addition, to break what could be a bit of a sugar addiction and possibly feel a bit fresher.
A nutritional challenge, with only naturally occurring sugars, following set recipes, for eight weeks. I wonder if I’ll feel like a Berliner doughnut by the end of the program? (Must stop talking about doughnuts … it’s only day one!)
Breakfast was yum, lunch was fine and dinner was yum. Happy with that!
We watched the first two episodes of Liev Schreiber’s television drama series Ray Donovan. I’m intrigued. Jon Voigt also stars. Thanks again to Netflix for providing something different.
On to the 30-Day Challenge – more plant names!
In between the two geraniums in the pot near the front door, I planted a selection of coloured snapdragons (Antirrhirum majus). Not sure if they’re going to last as long as the geraniums though – they look a bit sad already.
I have a large, low growing patch of sea campion (Silene maritima) in my garden. The flowers seem to have had their best run, but hopefully it will continue to flower until August? Can only hope!
And last but not least for today … I mentioned a reddish brown succulent in a previous post and have now discovered its name – common houseleek or St Patrick’s cabbage (Sempervivum tectorum). We have random, small clumps of it growing between the fir/pine trees (must find out what their names are too!)
I’ve run out of time to do the As You Wish book review – hopefully tomorrow!
Wishing you a wonderful day.
2 thoughts on “June 8: Kärcher Queen”
You certainly are ‘little miss house and garden maintenance’ . Hope you get to sit around and admire the good work.
Me too ahahahaha. Have to Kärcher our terrace next and then that should be it for the yellow beast for the year.