I got up at 4am. I took a shower and got dressed. I arrived at the store just before 5am. I sent a couple emails and printed a few reports. At 5:30, we left for Winston-Salem. It was a day of "training" and sharing. It was good to hear the problems of other stores in our district. We were number one for controlling shrink for the second year in a row. I've worked in this garden center for just over two years. I don't like to throw anything away.
I got home around 4pm. I split some wood and moved it inside. I hit the chainsaw blade against a rock and managed to grind it down. So I'll need to resharpen that before I finish the tree that I took down almost two weeks ago. I just can't seem to get ahead with the wood.
Around the yard, there's activity. Daffodils everywhere.
Self sown rudbeckia, rose campion, Sweet Williams, and others are popping up on the hill near the mailbox. I think I'll leave them.
The fig cuttings finally got planted and got watered in by the heavy rain last night. That's why it was 63 degrees this morning at 4am.
Tonight, 30. Friday, maybe sleet. Saturday, 54. Mother Nature is bipolar.