One of the pressing matters we had at hand last month was the rapid rate our lawn was growing. We didn't have a lawn mower yet at the time, and even if we were to get one, we'd still need a place to house it. (For those who haven't realized, our house doesn't have a garage.) So our priority became shopping for a mower that was on sale, as well as the shed. For those who've shopped at lawn mower sales before in spring, you'd know exactly what we ran into. Back orders. What I don't understand to this day, is how there could be so much demand for lawn mowers every year. Same goes for air conditioners and fans in the spring, and snow blowers and shovels every winter. They're always sold out! I would think that our electronic/gas powered devices work for many years. (At least I know my dad still owns his gas mower from the late 80s, fans too, by the way!) So are people just replacing them because they're old?! Anyhow, we didn't end up getting the mower for another 3 weeks from when we bought it, but then that buys Kel time to put up the shed.
He, along with Erica's help, dug the majority of the six inches in our backyard for the base of the shed. Ken helped Kel get the crushed rocks and offload them to form the base and alas, Kel's finally got his shed up this week! Below, you can see his 8x8 shed nestled in among our trees. (Did I mention how much I love our trees? :) It's got windows and a skylight in the roof, too! And there's Kel's tools and his new mower in their now home.
I should probably mention that we didn't wait another month to mow our front lawn and backyard. We borrowed Ken's mower in the meantime and took care of it first. :)