Thursday, May 23, 2013

Wife's First Golf, Full of Hot Air, Underneath My Car, Growing Up

I golfed my first round of golf on Tuesday!! Sure it was a scramble (you pick the best ball from each shot and play from it) and sure the only two clubs I used were my wedge and putter, but man it was fun!

Many thanks to Wendy, Kathy and Sarah for not only putting up with me, but for helping me have a blast! I see many more "Ladies Night" golfing events in my future!

Wednesday afternoon was my last day of long term subbing for the school year and it ended on a high note with our very last class of hot air balloon flying! It was a pretty fun event! Teachers and students learn so much from practical experience!

Speaking of practical experience, I love how my new car place here lets me watch them work, they explain this while they're doing them and then have answers for all my questions. It's just nice to see what's going on, reminds me that my undercarriage is not indestructible and helps me learn more about science and the way things work which I hope will help me become a better teacher!
On a final note, I'm trying to develop a way for my cucumbers to not take up too much space. This is something I'm working out in my head. Taking some wire fence and staking it into the ground in an arch so the vines can grow up. Literally. Haha.

I'm linking up with Cindy at Live a Colorful Life and Really Random Thursday.
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The Luedtke Family said...

I hang wooden lattice against the fence. I train my cucumbers and pickles to climb once the vines are long enough. As the plants grow, I just weave them through the open spaces and the cucumbers hang down. It is great and takes up less ground space. Works well for us!

Jeni B Quilts said...

I just planted cucumbers and have been kicking around ideas to keep them contained too. Maybe I will have to try this too!

Live a Colorful Life said...

Thanks for linking up this week! Great randomness. We'll have to see what we can both come up next weekend when we see each other. Whoot!!