Day 26 And 27
I have discovered that even on days when not much is going on I can still find something to be thankful for.
Yesterday I tilled up the ground beside the driveway. This meant taking out the gravel that over the years have embedded itself into the dirt. Once most of the stones were out I topped it with fresh topsoil then scattered the grass seed on it. It felt good and thankful this was finished.
Today I delivered a few mugs and my maple leaf spoons rests to the Artisans of Muskoka. The first three years of living here I sold pottery in two other stores, both went under. The owner of this store is nice and has had this store for many years. I am thankful for all the sales I have had in this store.
I took some time and made two more leaf platters with mice on them. I call them my cheese platters. People like little animals on things and I am thankful for this gift, past down to me. My great great grandfather carved monuments and I carve clay.