For the record, I have had to mow grass since hubby has been out of commission. I do not advocate this type of tractor for anyone with property over 1 acre because it lacks: power, stamina, a decent gas tank, does not turn well or quickly, over heats often, sounds like a mosquito wheezing, has a small cutting surface, and get's mucked up quiet a bit with mowed grass. Sears brand WEEDEATER for your information.
(GANAS or in laychicken's terms B.A.L.L.Z)
Hubby has survived his surgery (and me), starts physical theraphy tomorrow. He has only been taking pain meds at night for the last three days and joins us for meals at the table now. He gets tired quickly now because knee surgery is painful and add limping about wears a body.
I love having him home even though we grate each others' nerves being cooped up together. LOL
Another point to our busy lives, the hunting lodge (mother-in-law suite) is soon to be placed on our land. I will get pictures of it when we start the process just waiting for the loan drop into our account so, we can then schedule the pick up of the 'lodge'. The small 'house' will be Lisa's permanent residence complete with a mailbox; where she can become an independent adult and start her academic life. Hubby and I will be over seeing the addition of electricity, water lines, and sewage to make the 12' by 32' a two room home with the almost completed interior. This place keeps on growing and changing.
ACK, I don't feel like I have had a moment to myself for the last ten days. Unfortunately this fact of life will not change soon and my fifth class started just this morning. So, I just want to let all know, I am hit and miss with writing here on blogspot. Those I follow, I do read faithfully but have not had the time to comment.
Barbara, Our mesquite trees have 'beans' sprouting so your flour meal will be forth coming when they are ripe and we harvest. Well Ladies and Gents, I am off to town to drop some loan paperwork in the mail. Does anyone need me to pick up anything for them?