A perfect combination haha! Ok, you've got me curious, what are you making? I'm into crafts.
Oh wow what a great project! Keeping busy with things like this is such a good distraction. Doing some decorative painting on them is a great idea. Thx @redwood66
These will be my first attempts at Kratky method hydroponics. I have started some different seeds (peppers, tomatoes, herbs) and am getting these jars ready for them when they are a bit bigger. The black paint keeps light out so I won't have algae in the jar. Some people use tin foil but I just can't have something that ugly on my kitchen windowsill. I might have to paint over the black with some prettier colors though. I'm hoping that the cherry tomatoes will come along so I can transfer them to buckets outside. We'll see how all this turns out. My gardens have such a hard time because it's so windy in my back yard. I need a greenhouse.
Happy Hour started for me tonight at 7.30pm, with a large glass of Oyster Bay Sauvignon Blanc, my favourite NZ wine.
My boiler crapped out today & it's a combi, so we currently have no heating or hot water. I can cope without heating - it's warm & sunny here now. But no shower?? Noooooooo..........
Thankfully my dishwasher & washing machine take in cold water & then heat it, so life can carry on. But we will be washing in the shower with a bucket of boiled water mixed with cold for the next few days. Not only is it Easter Weekend, we are in lockdown. Urgh! Thankfully my plumber is able to pull some favours in to acquire parts, so should be with us "at some point" next week. Of all the times to break!? We can't even go down to a family members house to shower right now, as we're not allowed.
This sort of thing flares my anxiety out of control. I absolutely hate it when house or car things break & let me down.
ETA: The plumber can work happily alone without any contact with us due to where the boiler is positioned. We will clean everything down before he arrives for his benefit & again after he leaves, for ours. Thank goodness for emergency people still working.
I have severe coffee envy - this looks amazing!I started out making Dalgona coffee, but my hand whipping just wasn't enough to make the coffee foamy. So I freestyled, topping my liquidy coffee and sugar mix with Bailey, heavy cream, milk, and what else, whipped cream.
@Dee*Jay That glass is so beautiful, I don’t notice any grout issues.
Happy Friday kids!
Today has been a little off kilter so please forgive me for being a bit late to the party!
ETA: boy, that grout at the bottom looks terrible! It's amazing what you see when you start blowing pics up!