My hand is healing nicely - probably because I am taking it slow.
But, I am finally doing little tasks around the house and garden.
Steve's kitchen got a little bit of a refresh with new canisters - I looked at glass canisters online, but ended up finding these at Big Lots for $3 each.
I had red checked canisters there previously, but Steve likes this cleaner look in his space - and believe me, I like to keep the Head Chef happy!
Thanks to Jann of Have a Daily Cup of Mrs. Olson
there is a cute little apron in the kitchen - Steve won't wear it for some reason.
Connie of Crafty Home Cottage helped to add a cute beachy look to Steve's stove.
Slowly letting my hand heal means lots of walks on the beach and of course practicing with my new camera.
After a long, very hot walk, we came home, sat outside and decided that dinner in the garden would be a nice way to end the day.
The only hassle was actually ironing the tablecloth, but Steve was making me scallops so I ironing was the least I could do.
The garden isn't looking its best, but I am doing a little bit of weeding each day.
It is amazing that we are actually eating meals outside in February.
I had time to start one more little project
before it was time to head out to watch the sunset.
I'm adjusting quite nicely to this snail paced recovery.