The gate is fixed! Thanks to Ryan and River City Fence for coming so quickly after I called. I thought I had probably ruined the gate but luckily Ryan could adjust it again. Remember I said it wasn’t pretty – me moving the snow with the tractor and loader.
So now the snow is melting making loads of mud until the temps drop again for Easter Sunday.
There are many antique lovers who read this blog and some have written that they have already downsized and gotten rid of their things because their kids wanted nothing to do with them. Not having kids I’m going to try to “gift” things to my younger friends over the coming years. All my things keep me company for now. And that brings up another question – if I died next week, is there anybody out there who would help with my animals? Would you give a cat or dog a home? How about farm animals? I would honestly rather have them euthanized than neglected or abused.
Does anyone else think about this scenario?
Rick is doing fine at Concord – the dogs and I visited him this morning after Connie and I met for coffee at Java 18.
Connie is home from her vacation in Florida. Normally she thinks she can start right in on yardwork when they return – that’s not going to happen this year! Piles of snow everywhere!