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Anybody else live for Fridays?

Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by Steve_of_sandspoultry, Aug 13, 2010.

  1. Usually the first words out of my mouth when I get to work on Monday is "is it Friday yet". [​IMG] So.......... Whatcha doing this weekend?

    1) taking wifey thang out to dinner tonight at a nice Italian place made reservations for 7:30
    2) tomorrow finish clearing the area for our new pheasant pens - cutting, brush burning etc (that should work off the dinner)
    3) mid afternoon pull up a chair out back and watch the grass grow and the poultry channel in high def.
    4) Sunday process some extra roo's followed by more grass watching and poultry channel

    Then back to "is it Friday yet?"

    Happy Friday


  2. Stevo

    Stevo Songster

    Apr 14, 2010
    Howell, NJ
    I'm retired so everyday is friday lol. BUT........ i purchased this farm in Jan. SOOOOOOOOOOO........ with farm work needing to be done everyday is MONDAYYYYYY! [​IMG]
  3. I'm a stay at home mom, so the whole work scene is a thing of the past, but I understand! I still live for every-other friday! My hubby has every other off, so it might as well be an extra Saturday!

    This weekend for me:

    Today: Clean house (It's not an off friday [​IMG] )

    Tomorrow: No idea! But that's the best kind of plans is it not? [​IMG]

    Sunday: Church, finishing up cleaning out an area for our coop!
  4. Quote:I'll trade you your Mondays for my Monday thru Thursdays. [​IMG]

  5. kuntrygirl

    kuntrygirl Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

    Feb 20, 2008
    Opelousas, Louisiana
    1. Turning in DVDs to the local library and picking up new DVDs. The library has new release movies on DVD that can be checked out for free with a library card. Check with your local library. Very cost effective entertainment.
    2. Pick up feed and hay at TSC and Ranch Outlet.
    3. Cut grass with push mower. Riding lawn mower is broke. Will take 3 days to cut. [​IMG]
    4. Pick up swimming pools for ducks and geese.
    5. Pick up another large trash can for storing feed.
    6. Use coupons at local stores. (Ex. $10.00 off $20.00 or more purchase. $5.00 off $15.00 or more purchase, etc.) I only make the minimum purchase and try not to go over that. They want you to spend more but I refuse to do that. I'm CHEAP !
    7. Pick up wire cage from person that purchased ducks from me. She forgot to bring her own cage.
    8. Clean house
    9. Clean brooders
    10. Clean rabbits poo trays
    11. Wait for customers to come over for egg orders.
    12. STAY COOL!

  6. Quote:Good luck with that!
    My hubby WANTS to be rid of our gas mower for an old fashioned one to save on gas....... ehhhhh..... [​IMG]
    Last edited: Aug 13, 2010
  7. greeneggsandham

    greeneggsandham Songster

    Mar 10, 2008
    Thank God Friday is finally here. Its been a long week. Let's see it looks like we may be attending a motorcycle run tomorrow that visits a few farms in RI. Might go watch my niece kick butt in the woodsman competion at the Washington County Fair. Sunday there is a huge car show in town that we will go to for a few hours. And between everything else doing yard work of some sort. I wish weekends were three days.

  8. DuckLady

    DuckLady ~~~Administrator~~~BYC Store Support Staff Member

    Jan 11, 2007
    NE Washington State
    I live for Tuesdays.
    Almost every business in our small town is closed Sunday and Monday. Other than that, being retired means that every day is a weekend. [​IMG]
  9. Today I have to go to the library and return some books and pick up some DVD's. Then either today or tomorrow im going through the young silkies again and seperating them. Not sure what else to do this weekend. Have to call somebody back about silkies even though all I have is a rooster left to get rid of. Looks like no dog park tommorrow since its going to be hot.
  10. woodmort

    woodmort Songster

    Jul 6, 2010
    Oxford NY
    Been there, done that--retired--now every day is Saturday.

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