Tuesday, June 10, 2008

something

I don't know if I can say much today or not. I don't understand a lot of things and I guess I never will.

Had a wonderful wakeup call this morning. My neighbor called me and was screaming in my ear that my horses were out and eating her garden. Personally I would shoo the horses out then call. So off I go chasing horses at 615 in the morning. Then I had to find the break in the fence and fix it. I will probably be nicely broke out by this afternoon. Of course they would break through at a place were there is a large amount of poison sumac to which I am highly allergic to. I came in and cleaned up at once but I can break out just being around it sometimes. I hope I have some Benedryl around here.
That's it for now.


"Many of life's failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up."
- Thomas Edison -

9 comments:

  1. ally123130585918June 10, 2008 at 8:43 AM

    Thats not a very good start to your day ~ hope it gets better for you ~ and you got that fence fixed ~ and your neighbour has stopped screaming :o) ~ Ally x

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  2. Animals never pick a good time to get out, do they? I hope you got that poisen sumac washed off in time. Paula

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  3. That's a helluva way to wake up!! Hope you don't get sick!
    Pam

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  4. I love those early morning wake up calls!! I have gotten a couple of those. What a way to start the day. I hope that you are feeling better and your day is getting better. I love your quote from Thomas Edison. That is so true and something to think about...love ya, Christine

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  5. I love my horses, but I have to say that if they were destroying somebody's garden, I'd offer to pay damages.  In fact, I've done so in the past.

    If they get out once, it's forgivable.  If it's repeated much, I'd get angry also.  Remind me of this next time my animals escape from my property.

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  6. Dang, I hope things look up soon.

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  7. That's a shame.  I hope they don't get out again, and I hope that you don't break out from the sumac.
    Lori

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  8. I hope you didn't get a nasty rash!

    xoxo

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  9. Oh, I hope the rash didn't get you!  Naughty horses.  Spring is in the air!

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