Monday, July 17, 2006

A Slow Day...

Hey, this is Stephanie. So, it's Monday again. Today was a pretty slow day. We started out trying to finish what we didn't get to do on Friday. We sanded the tables more. I learned how to put a sanding block together -- yay! We cropped and edited the photos of Sara D. Roosevelt Park. It took us a while to find the pictures on the computer because we forgot where we saved them. We were supposed to scan the postcards that we made, but we didn't know where they were...so that didn't work out so well. We made a guest book for the garden. Jeanette made a really nice cover for it. Then, we had lunch. Now, we're about to go out to the garden and fix it up. We made a whole list of things to do there. I hope it won't be too tiring. Ahh, it's so hot outside. Oh, and Claire's not here anymore, so we're going to have to work a lot harder -- boo. =( She's gonna come back and visit though, so yay!

EDIT -- 10:06 PM
It's Steph again. I'm at home now, but I thought I'd fill in what we did at the garden today. We cleaned up the wagon that all the tools were in. It was pretty hard, but not as hard as cleaning the barrels of water. We had to find somewhere to dump all the dirty water and refill the containers with cleaner water from the hose. We decided to water everything. We even watered the trees on the sidewalks. The barrels were really heavy, so it was hard to drag them to another area to dump it out. Uhh...what else did we do... We swept a lot, as always... Oh yeah, we used chalk to tell people to come to the garden. We wrote "Come to the P.S. 134 Garden" at most of the entrances of the playground. Then, when Alex got there, we studied some of the pots of plants. We had to pull some weeds out of some of the pots because they were blocking the sunlight for what we wanted to grow in those pots. We'd have to research on some of the plants because we're not sure what they look like and how to take care of them; like okras and how to transplant cucumbers. I think that was about it. Hmm...okay, good night!

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