Sunday, July 25, 2010

Electrical Tire...

the other morning the husband told me there was something i just needed to see..

walking out into the farmyard i noticed the horsetrailer had a flat...

being the observant, helpful wife that i am...

i pointed it out to him and suggested that he might want to start fixing that before he loaded up and went herding cattle...{this prairie girl learned very fast when to pass those kind of jobs on... ;0)}

laughing he said it had already been fixed...

what?!?...

why in the world is it still flat i questioned...

the husband just pointed and my question was soon answered...


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our old soul son just couldn't figure out why it wouldn't pump up...

maybe he would have had better luck with duct tape!?! ;0)

hope your weekend was fabulous...

it looks as if we are going fishing again...

sigh..

any good book suggestions?!? i'm in between...

could be a long evening...


9 comments:

Martha said...

I am laughing so very hard right now....duct tape just fixes everything or so my hubby says:)...it must start when they are boys...lol

*The Beautiful Life* said...

So sweet!! And YOU are sweet to join in on fishing! ICK! :)

I love my purchase from you (and your kind "happy" included). You are just something, girl. ;)

XOXO
Ruth

jamfiescreations1 said...

What a cute little story. I am still laughing.

Beantree Designs said...

This is great. Hey I say if it can't be fixes with duct tape and a hammer it can't be fixed. Sometimes a little baling twine helps.

Kelly Ballard said...

Every man knows that duct tape can fix anything.

Kelly
Second Hand Chicks

cityfarmer said...

it's a staple around these parts ....

honey ..check out my sidebar ...YOU are on it front and center!

Cheyenne said...

haha! Love it!

gretchen said...

"julia's Chocolate'"
by Cathy Lamb was a good read.
Life is waiting, take a bite.

"After leaving her abusive fiancâe, Julia Bennett arrives in Oregon, where she is welcomed with open arms by a clan of women who help her find the courage to confront her tortured past and the strength to follow her dreams.
After leaving her abusive fiancé at the altar, Julia Bennett arrives in Golden, Oregon, where she is welcomed with open arms by an eccentric clan of women who help her find the courage to confront her tortured past and the strength to follow her dreams of becoming a baker."

Anna said...

Precious :)

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