First we completed mulching around the azaleas that got us started thinking.
Then around the other dogwoods and azalea bush.
The two new azalea's that were planted in between the dogwoods trees on the left in the above picture.
After completing almost all the landscaping, we still had 18 bags of mulch left, we needed to feed. And that meant we had to pour into barrels the pig feed that we picked up on Saturday. All 975 pounds of it. Now I can pick up a bag of mulch, but by no means can I lift those feed bags. However, I can manhandle them into an upright position and get them opened so Farmer Joe can do the heavy lifting and dump them into barrels.
About 7:00 that night I am laying on the couch moaning in pain and praying for the ibuprofen to kick in. Parts of me that had not gotten a lot of use over the winter were protesting about how much work we did today. I looked at Farmer Joe and said "Next time I get the idea to do lot's of yard work in one day, remind me that I am 40 and not 29!"