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Thursday, May 20, 2010

Not A Good Day

Oh, boy, where do I start!  It was a beautiful morning to start, warm and sunny.  As I write this the temps have dropped, we have a fire in the fireplace and rain/snow forecast for tonight, tomorrow and tomorrow night, UGH!

Shooting StarMichael struggled all day with mechanical issues and I tried to quilt.  At lunch time I did a little house cleaning and saw the storm approaching fast so decided to mow the lawn really quick—our lawn is very small.  I got the mower that Nat recently donated us, quickly mowed the little patch of front yard and went around to the back—started the mower and it threw rocks everywhere, OK—wheels are too low, raised the wheels and finished mowing the yard.  About 2 hours later I went into our master bathroom and about cried—there is a huge hole in the big plate glass window over our garden tub probably caused by one of those rocks from the mower.  The rock penetrated only the outer layer of glass but the window will have to be replaced. 

Michael is still outside struggling with mechanical issues on the small skidsteer and I am making soup—seemed like the day for it!


We Have Leaves We finally have leaves on the trees!


  1. Oh Janna....we all have days like this. Just be thankful that you have that big beautiful picture window to break!

    Love you guys!

  2. Yep, I know about struggling with mechanical issues alright. Some days changing a light bulb can be a major downer:((

  3. "Some days are diamonds, some days are stones" I guess this was literally one of those stone days for you. :(

  4. Oh Janna... after days like that, all I can suggest is to sit down, put your feet, glass of wine in hand, sit in front of your fireplace and forget about it!


    (this post made by a solar powered computer)

    Karen and Steve
    (Our Blog) RVing: Small House... BIG Backyard


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