In other news, it's still snowing here. Interstate was closed a couple days. Stuck in town with the commercial truckers. Nice fellows.
Horses are not getting much attention, but lots of hay. So they're loving it.
I'm ready for warmer weather.
I absolutely do not envy you this time of year
Our big issue in the south is flooding - major flooding. Not where I live but the TVA is struggling with how much water to release so that areas in states below Tennessee donít end up under water. New Orleans was in jeopardy
Valley Vet is in Kansas. The lady who took my order the first of the week, said they have the same issue. She commented there are farms STILL under water from 2019 floods
I donít even know how to comment to that - folks are not only losing their livelihood they are losing their family lands. How on earth does one recover from that.
On a brighter note (literally:). The sun is out and thereís no rain scheduled until Monday night in my area
DH brought home a dozen chocolate covered strawberries and $1,300 worth of parts for my John Deere-WooHoo on the tractor parts, lollol.
There are parts on the tractor that have been chugginí along for 15 years , have simply worn out, and need replaced.
The spindles on the mower deck, for example, cost over $300/each. We did get a price break, as the JD dealer buys parts for their trucks from DH, who always gives them a price break, lollol. I love small towns