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Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by granny hatchet, Mar 9, 2014.
Here's where I've been all day! That's my aunt in the pic. DH, aunt, and I all worked to empty the shed. Kept what we wanted, and hauled away the rest. DH and I are trying to work out how the get the shed to our place.
Aunt kept the tandem bike, and an antique butter churn rant) but I got a pretty good score too!
I have one at home already, but this is a slightly different model. Hemingway wrote with a Royal, so I have a soft spot for them.
hi all ! I got a lot done today. mulch for the shrubs (looks good) chicken food, grocerys, came home ,cooked a pizza and went to work. dumped all the feed and mulch, grocerys put away. chickens fed and watered. 9 eggs today.
Peter pan looks more like Peter teacup
Lily "treed" a neighbors cat today. she went to the neighbors and ran the cat here into the barn it jumped up on a shelf and she bayed at it til I had to sent DS to leash her and bring her in. It is a feral cat . they dont spay and their yard is loaded with them. Bet it dont come around here again. poor thing. I thought Boy ! I bet Enola would like this dog.
That's awesome! I love good days like that.
Few years ago, the county fair had a bunch of manual typewriters for people to try out. It was very popular with the kids, most of whom had no idea what in the world these crazy things were! They were very excited to see how they worked. That's so cool!
Glad you had a productive day, granny. I have more things left to do than I got done. Time to go pick up boys now, so talk later!
Wishing when we were in school I remember people taking typing class. Kids miss out on things like that.
I took "keyboarding" class! I was a senior and needed an elective. I was also the only journalist who couldn't type
I remember the sentence they made us learn red because it used almost every letter.
Today is the day for all good men to come to the aid of their country
which was a bold faced lie. they were brain washing us and they are still at it. they=schools