Pallets of Pavers
I have worked so hard in my yard this weekend, I can’t feel my feet.
I am smiling because I planted my zinnias and tomatoes, but I can’t feel my feet.
When I work outside, I do a lot of walking back and forth looking for things I have lost-
like my tools, or my phone, or my water, or whatever has distracted me and caught my attention.
And then there are the projects.
Today we had someone take up a large patio area in our Esperanza Garden which borders two sides of the
little house in our back yard.
Our Esperanza Garden is rustic and simple and full of talavera pottery.
Years ago, that patio was all done in limestone rock that looked like caleche.
The rock was my idea, and it was a mistake.
It looked pretty at first, but over the years it trapped leaves and dirt, it became
discolored, and it could not be cleaned.
The new patio is being done in adobon pavers from Mexico, and I love it.
Photos will follow once it is done.
That’s something else I couldn’t keep up with in the yard- my camera.
Now I must go do something about my feet.
You must read this post about one of my previous projects in the yard.
Have you been working in the yard this weekend?