It is with much hesitation that I start getting back to work, after injuring my leg more than 10 days ago. Don’t get me wrong, I am MORE THAN ready to get back on the wagon. Before my big four-wheeler snafu, I was averaging 6 miles of walking per day. To spend all day, every day … More Being waited on is coming to an end
I’m not one to dish out life lessons in a matter-for-fact statement. Because Steve and I are the parents of two adult sons, I would say something like, “Not wearing a helmet is a bit selfish. Think of the people who love you.” Then, I let the adult children make their own decision. Today, I … More I’m not a youngster any more; injuries happen
If there is one thing I learned today, it’s to appreciate the positives in little things. Earlier today, Steve mentioned that our cell count was 170,000, which is amazing. (We still haven’t gotten a good grasp on what is causing our high cell count.) “Whoop, whoop,” I said. “Tomorrow it will be 280,000.” “You should … More Mastering attitudes and lawn mowers
Our soybean seed comes in bulk. Stevie should be home soon and he’ll take this wagon out to the field where the planter is.