'Cuz I was getting really tired of seeing this
which were the respective views from the front and back of my new home.
Now that the weather is (mostly) nice, I'm in the process of reclaiming an old, weathered, but still sturdy and dry, wooden shed that's on the property for the storage of my gardening gear. The metal shed beside my trailer will hold household and kitchen gear and my chest freezer. I'm kind of under the gun to get this all done because my ex has put our house on the market and I'll soon lose the storage in the garage.
I'm also waiting for the deed to my new home to be transferred into my name so work can begin on rehabbing the trailer into a more home-like structure. Currently it looks like this
but I'm hoping to make it look more like this
And the hens are laying.
In between all this I'm getting ready for the Floyd Farmers Market which opens May 16. Since I'm offering more than preserves I've had a name change to Rebecca's Pantry. I think it's more descriptive of what I'm offering to grace your tables.
Although I've had requests for classes, I need to put them on hold for a little longer. But keep an eye out. I've been negotiating with the Jacksonville Center to teach a class on fermentation and other techniques that don't require a stove. The JAX doesn't have a range and would love to receive the donation of a sturdy kitchen stove (new or used) for cooking classes for their new Maker Series (hint, hint)!
So that's what's happening at the moment. Not entirely out of limbo yet but I can see the exit ramp up ahead.