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Since my wife had her leg amputated knee scoped to remove a piece of bone, it’s rained like crazy causing the grass to grow. I like droughts, I don’t have crops, what do I care if my grass dries up and dies? Anyway, I really really dislike mowing the yard. We used to live in an area that had an association that mowed the grass and trimmed the shrubs. But we moved. So now grass mowing is back on the agenda. She will mow a lot of the time, but then the guilt sits in when they see this boomer woman out mowing the grass. I know the neighbors talk.
Anyway, why I really hate mowing is not the physical part. Its the only exercise I get. But I hate, really really hate the mental part of mowing. I’m walking around the yard guiding a mower, so what is there left to do but think?
(1) That’s not the opera. Not even spelled right.
(2) Sofi is a dog weighing four pounds, Sedona is a dog weighing 65 pounds.
(3) I sure as heck didn’t read it in the Souix City Journal.
(4) (glanced at TV while drinking water) I guess it wasn’t Lifehacker because I kinda looked and couldn’t find it. But it is true that somebody does this.
The New York Times is searching for Wild Costa Rica.
They are in the southern zone.
Here is wild life we see regularly in Guacimo de Atenas, Alajuela, Costa Rica…
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Bulbous is being observed in the hospital. I spent a couple days there too as a requirement of the hospital. Now it’s St. Todd DeCubbville’s turn, so I am doggy watching. The above is not photoshopped. I put Xanax in their fish oil capsules. (no.)
In the crate is Cacia. The golden to the right is Gillespie (Gil) and the 10 month old is Satchmo another german shepard. aka Dammit! Move-move-move, Devil Dog, etc etc.
I like Gil.
I like Cacia.
Someday maybe I’ll like Satchmo.
Feeding time is wild. I didn’t shut Devil Dog in the crate while he inhaled his food.
I put food in Cacia’s bowl and Bull Dog ate half because he came charging out of his crate. You know how rodeo bulls act?
Yeah, like that.
Luckily, he let me pull him by the collar and back into his crate!
In that process Satchmo put his hoof into Cacia’s water- which slopped on my foot.
Of course other two ate just fine. Fast but fine.
Amy asked how we were getting along…
All is quiet.
We will be just fine.
I’m pretty sure that’s true.
It did turn out to be true. We all survived and are now at home resting comfortably.