Weekends slip by super fast when we spend one of those days in Kahului. Other than shopping for two weeks worth of groceries, our productivity meter didn’t move up at all. By the time we got home, we were all tired. We put groceries away and went to sleep.
When I woke up Sunday morning, I felt like there was so much I had to do. I couldn’t quite list all the things I wanted to do, but they were there. By the end of the day the feeling of having to be productive had been lifted. Among the activities that lifted this feeling were:
- Cleaning 50 bottles in preparation for bottling my graff.
- Bottling 50 bottles worth of graff
- Extracting juice from 20 or so lilikois
- Transferring 5 gallons of lilkoi ale along with the extracted lilikoi juice into a secondary fermenter
- Mowing the lawn
- Cut down a bunch of bananas
- Sharpened the new machete
- Used the machete to remove and dispose of three dead, fallen down papaya trees
- Tended to the compost pile
- Got the kids in bed
- Spent the evening with Holly relaxing, enjoying a good beer, and watching some television