In Ecclesiastes it is written that there is a time for everything, including a time to break down, and a time to build up. My project this week was to help break down a large above ground pool in my daughter and son-in-law's yard.
It us amazing how quickly something can be demolished, as opposed to how long it takes to create, build, or assemble.
Our granddaughter had her tasks to do too. She practiced her swinging technique, played in the hammock, and caught worms. All very important work for a three year old.
We were all quite pleased with the results of our day. The pool had been an eyesore for awhile, and it was great to have it down. Now they can use the space for volleyball, or plant a garden, or as the location for the giant waterslide which they will be renting for their daughter's birthday in a month or so.
Maybe not everyone's idea of a good way to spend their Mother's Day, but it suited us to a "T."
Can't wait to see what you all have been up to this week.
Let's get busy,