Let's take a look at this last month...
It all began with an old 1995 Toyota Corolla Wagon and a can of blue paint. We got this so-called "Guam Bomb" for a steal and set out to give it a bright new look.
Two weeks later... So fun! Much more suited for cruising around a tropical island :)
We also got 9 baby chicks earlier this month. They are just now old enough to start living outside in their coop, which Chris is currently constructing.
Above, the chicks at 5 days old; below at 5 weeks old. They'll begin giving us fresh eggs in June!
Along with the chickens, our gardens are coming along! Tomatoes, eggplant, peppers, garlic, ginger, onions, kale, and spinach are among the crops Chris is tending with his green thumb. I care for my smaller-scale herb garden of basil, cilantro, oregano, parsley, and rosemary.
Raised beds from start to finish.
We continue reaping the fruits of our yard...and when the coconuts are hard to reach, Chris is always up for a challenge!
One Wednesday, Chris called me to say he wanted to participate in a triathlon. When was the tri? That Saturday! I said why not? He finished an ocean swim, treacherous mountain biking, and a long run in under four hours. He had a blast. I was there cheering him on and standing in awe of all athletes and their amazing endurance! What inspiration.
This closes the "outdoors" portion of our March post! Continue on for Part II :)