Originally Posted by Sally Sunshine
awww Billy I am so sorry:hugs
don't feel sorry for me Sally. I went to work as soon as I was old enough. My mom told me that she didn't know how long I'd be able to work but her and my stepfather taught me good work ethics. I really thought I'd be able to work til I retired. Well after the spinal stenosis hit me, I was hoping to make it to 50. Don't feel sorry because had I listened to my mom, I may still be working. I went to college for 1 semester and spent more time shooting pool then in class. Believe it or not, I'd go to class long enough to see what I had to do and I made straight A's. I was smart at one time but decided to quit and just keep working manual labor jobs. Most of the time I was in management but I loved the heavy lifting so much that I supervised and done the rest too. I was good at it and loved it. But had I just finished college or even just supervised , I may still be working. So really , it's all my fault. Even my employer told me to slow down. I guess with the co I've always felt like I had to work harder then the average person. Idk.
Originally Posted by granny hatchet
he made a box to water proof a 6 outlet electric plug . put it in the pole barn next to my broody cages. no it dont leak in there. I just watched him without saying a word. then he says now your ready. Ready for what I ask ? OH I know you will be filling them up soon and now you dont have to worry about blowing a fuse. we have circuit breakers. I thought this was a good time to talk to him so I said, Tom, Im depressed Im not going to be trying to hatch. He says, you will get over it. end of convo. What a guy !
you got a good man granny.