“Sun is shining. Weather is sweet. Make you wanna move your dancing feet.” – Bob Marley
Gerry talks about summer being the time to make a start on all those outstanding jobs, and who knows, maybe during this lockdown we might even have time to finish last year’s project.
I’m told that the summer hasn’t been much fun for some people; they’re a tad peeved about holidays (vacations) that have been cancelled, and not only that but the lockdown has found them cajoled into undertaking projects they’d rather not do. This is especially so for teenagers ‘stuck at home’ as their parents think up ‘useful’ activities.
A word of warning – Do Not attempt to type while listening to this! I defy anyone to keep those shoulders still, never mind the toes!
My son-in-law Simon, who with my daughter and children lives at the other side of our house, loves a project. Recently he began a small build in a sheltered area of the garden that was once home to my late husband’s vegetable patch. When complete it will be something of an arbour a covered patio. Note the scorched dry grass when compared to a few years ago; we are in desperate need of rain right now.
The play equipment was taken down last year because my teenaged grandchildren had become too old for it. Last weekend my son-in-law put the equipment back so that the youngest members of the family would have somewhere to play when they visit.
My youngest daughter Sophie undertook a summer art project and has created a colourful garden on her driveway.
Five-year-old Evie was allowed to colour in some of the flowers!
The video below has nothing whatsoever to do with anything, I just got carried away listening to Eddie Cochran. Oh, would you look at how many of the youngsters in the audience are chewing gum!
(C) SueW-nansfarm.net 2020 Wednesday Challenge Summer Projects from Weekly Prompts