Round One, I fed birds. Then I started digging a big hole for the tricolor beech tree that's been sitting on the porch for weeks because the ground was bricked.
EDIT 6/15/19: Round Two, I deepened the hole.
We got more rain between rounds 2 and 3 today. :D
EDIT 6/15/19: Round Three, I planted the tricolor beech tree in the hold. I feel super accomplished now, even though I still have other things to do. That was the biggest part of this project. I rarely make the giant hole recommended, because it's too much work and I'm usually planting seedlings anyway, but this is a fancy specimen tree that's already a little taller than I am. It gets the premium treatment. ;)
EDIT 6/15/19: Round Four, I wrapped the tricolor beech tree. Then I put groundcloth down and covered it with mulch. I also put out more grass and clover seed on bare spots.
The fireflies are finally out in force. It's been too cool and/or dry for them until now. We've seen a few stragglers but not a lot. Tonight there are more. :D
The rain has left puddles in the fields. Toads are out in them singing love songs. It's a beautiful summer night all around.
My yardening sessions typically run 15-30 minutes. If I do three, that's 45-90 minutes in a day. On a busy day, I might do five, or 1 hour 15 minutes to 2 hours 30 minutes. Occasionally I've managed six rounds, but those are usually shorter ones. Most days I'm probably getting 1-2 hours of yardening done.