Worked from 4:00 to 10:00 last night, came home and milked the goats and then was up until around midnight. For those of you who know me, you know that’s way, way, way, way past my bedtime. Even though I went to
Headed out to drive to Hickory to do some shopping and Yoda wouldn’t start!!! Seems his battery is dead. Great. I’ll have to wait until Wally gets home to see about jumping him and then I guess we’ll be buying a battery.
it’s raining, a wonderful, steady shower and I start work tomorrow. The goats are out in the side pasture and I’m sure they are not at all happy about it raining. They won’t die and there’s plenty of shelter out there for
We got the air conditioning fixed yesterday afternoon. Damned, I hate that we rely so much on it, but it was heaven finally being cool in the house. I hadn’t taken a shower during the day, it hardly seemed worth it. As
I just got in from watering. I have an interesting method for watering. We have a several hoses connected together for a total length of 300 feet. You can imagine how heavy it is so I drag it (carefully) with the ATV.
Most of this weekend was delegated to fencing, well, I shouldn’t say that, a lot of the weekend was spent trying to stay cool. It’s been rough. Yesterday was particularly bad. I think today, I just resigned myself to being hot and
Good news: fencing is done. It almost killed us, but it’s done. BAD NEWS: Air conditioning went out last night and it won’t be able to be fixed this weekend. It’s going to be pretty ugly here for a few days. Luckily,
I went to an interview yesterday at a local Walgreens for a part-time job in the photo department. I got hired on the spot!!!! Whoo hooo! Sure, it’s a low-paying job, but it ought to be more challenging and rewarding than working
When I went out to pick some cucumbers and tomatoes for my lunch, I brought the camera along with me. About time I got these photos taken. The raised beds have been a very rewarding project. The photo below shows the two