Today I had an incredibly productive workday at Ruby Morning. So many kind and generous friends and family members all there to help me transform my new space. When I arrived, Paulo was already there unloading, as were the tow day workers I had hired. Paulo started right away on the pantry shelf. The workers continued the grueling job of digging the earth underneath the play structure down to a generous six inches, to assure a safe depth of redwood bark.
Sophia and Kendall came to pick up the boys and take them out for the day. While they were there the dump truck arrived full of new sand for the
cat sand box. Boy was that an exciting treat!
Matt got right in and finished up the new maple floor:
Later more friends from my old school came to see my new school and stayed, pitching right inand then had lunch with us. Their girls, Ruby and Adele helped so much too. They cared for the chickens, hauled sand and picked tomatoes to go with our lunch. The tomatoes were served with gorgeous presentation:
After lunch, Shannon ironed the curtains for hanging while Brooke made the drawing pads the children will use:
I painted the loft and proved I wasn't much of a rocket scientist:
Later, after a full, long day of productivity, everyone left for home and I stayed to snap some photos to share with you.
My circle and story room:
And check THIS out...each table leg was hand turned out of cedar block!
All that said, G'nite. It was a great day.