I sewed a new apron for myself with fabric that I had purchased 6 years ago.
I mended holes in a pair of pants (trousers) and a pair of jeans for my son.
I picked figs, peaches, grapes, and tomatoes from the garden. I cut parsley and green onions from the garden.
I froze 26 quarts of peaches to use in smoothies from the Early Elberta peach tree in my front yard.
I canned two batches of fig jam
I froze and dehydrated figs to use later.
I baked bread.
I gave my daughter a haircut and my husband gave haircuts to two sons.
I collected water from the air conditioner drip and used it to water the potted plants outside. I was able to collect about 3 gallons a day. It’s humid this time of year, but not as much as it usually is, as I am collecting less water.
I put a pitcher under the peaches and figs as I washed them and used that water to water plants in the garden.
What did you do to save money last week?
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