Last weekend Hubband and I were in the shed, getting out the lawnmower (and of course I was check out the potting soil supply). I noticed that one of Hubband's favorite weekend toys had a hole chewed in it. "Hubband, did your chest waders have that hole last fall?"
"What hole?" The one right there in the front, all jagged and chewed looking. Nope, it wasn't there last fall, and neither was all the nesting stuff in the foot of the waders. Well, they ended up in the trash bin that afternoon. Fishing season opens in Minnesota this weekend.
Weekends are often a good time for a construction project, like making raised garden beds. I am very excited to have raised beds this year. Weekends are also a good time to go to the garden store to find plants to put into garden beds, flower pots, and hanging baskets. Especially on Mother's Day weekend as there tends to be stuff on sale.
Weekends are also good for playing golf if you have been busy with so much work that you haven't been able to go early in the morning before going to the office.
At least one weekend a summer is good for either a Mother's or Father's Day Pancake breakfast at church, depending on if it is an even or an odd year. One weekend a year is also most excellent for a rummage sale at the same said church.
Weekends are also a good time to study like mad if you have finals the following week.
What are you doing with your weekend?