What I Found That I Want, But Haven’t Bought Yet For El Verano…

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Besides everything in the store I mean.  Doesn’t it always happen to us that as soon as we walk into a retail establishment se nos ocurre cualquier cosa that we HAVE to do.  We really have to get that fence put up and stained.  I do by the way.  We must have that truckload worth of soil for our garden.  We can’t go on living without that designer patio furniture for our backyard.  We need to get this and that nomás por que se nos antojo.  I’m usually much more out of control around technology and gadgets.  Everything new always seems so awesome!

This spring, though, the Home Depot Garden Club has honestly given me a new appreciation for the less digital and more manos a la obra power tools and equipment that they carry.  Below are some of the items I learned about at the Home Depotpero in a nutshell the things that most caught my attention were the lawn and garden tools.  We did do a little research online before hitting up the store.  Things like pressure washers, pressure washer pumps, and pressure washer parts were also some of the items we were curious about.  I’m going to have to redo my porch very soon (ugh & sigh).  No sé cómo qué I did learn something!

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the home depot garden club #digin juanofwordsIt’s home improvement time, and The Home Depot has everything you need for spring. No matter what projects you want to tackle, The Home Depot has you covered and can help you #DigIn to Spring.

Spring is the perfect time for all your outdoor home renovations. Shop The Home Depot for terrific values on new patio furniture, landscape supplies such as fertilizer and potting soil and outdoor grills. Keep your lawn and garden looking great, too, with the huge selection of lawn mowers, edgers and trimmers, and garden tools.

Visit The Home Depot Garden Club for product ideas from kick-starting your Spring with seed starter kits to building a window birdfeeder.

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of The Home Depot.

4 thoughts on “What I Found That I Want, But Haven’t Bought Yet For El Verano…

  1. I decided this year #1 project is hurricane preparedness! The Red Cross has great info on their website and I’ve been in Houston 14 years meaning to get around to getting this done… even lucked out that during Ike we never lost power and had no roof or window damage, and I know we were very lucky, & yet we STILL didn’t get around to actually assembling this stuff in a certain area. It’s amazing when you start making a list and for real physically getting it together, the stuff you think you probably have somewhere in some closet somewhere or the garage but it takes forever to find or isn’t even there anymore. So this is the summertime home-improvement budget for us this year. We don’t have to evacuate, but what would we need to be reasonably comfortable with no power or water supply if the streets around our house were underwater and part of the roof was gone? Of course we are gonna do this Mexi-style. Purchase #1 is going to be a great big pot and one of those large outdoor propane burners like everyone in Michoacan seems to have, the kind you use for roasting calabaza seeds, or the gi-normous pot of pozole. We can make all kinds of food with that – you can even put a comal on it – and sanitize water like crazy.

    1. Ay Dios Mio, Beth! You had me LOL just now with that mexistyle hurricane preparedness. What is it as long as we have our food we are pretty much happy campers, jajaja! I think that is definitely one thing to prepare for. When Ike hit we were running around like crazy people trying to track down the bare essentials. Good thinking… I may add that to my list 🙂

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