Just because progress is slow doesn’t mean it’s not challenging
I made a list last night of things that needed doing most urgently outside considering the parameters.
Those parameters include anything that will not wait – like the packets of seeds that got soaked in water when their bag being kept cold wasn’t watertight, and the fountain that will breed mosquitoes and grow fetid.
The fountain wouldn’t be in full sun until 11 am. Then it would be unadvisable to work there because of the heat advisory and my energy drains rapidly in the sun.
I set up what could to make planting seeds easier and set to cleaning up the heron fountain.
I ran out of time and depleted my energy before the task was 100% completed.
But it’s running.
I didn’t get to the seed planting.
Fatigue caught up with me. Now I’m just doing what I can in little spurts, then resting in between. These in between times are when I write about things and make notes about what is next.
I try to focus on what I did get done, and less on what I wasn’t able to do. It helps. Even if the things I get done might not have topped the list of priorities.
I start anywhere I can