Thanks for the plug Linda :thumbsup
Charleene, we are fine, my eldest is about to turn five, making all the hard work raising him through the terrible two's and three's worthwhile. Little one is two and a half, enough said!
Doris,Here's to some rain for you. 90 here right now and it's 4 am ugh! We need a sweaty smiley
We got a little reprieve from the heat, but next week it is going back up toward the triple digits. I hope rain comes soon to all so we can see "green" again. I've got baby tear at the back of my garage and it looks so sickly. More brown than green, I hope I can save some for a new start if we ever get cool weather and rain.
We usually get hot weather this time of year, but still don't like it.
I'm not even interested in new plants now, just keeping the ones I have from suffering. It looks like I should stick with the succulents. Charleen, I love your little man sitting among your plants on facebook. Really looks like he belongs there. You are one busy gal, and so lucky to have a hubby who spoils you. I went wrong somewhere along the line and spoiled my hubby instead. Can't seem to reverse that after all these years.
You have such a big heart, Charleen. All your critters are wonderful. Don't know how you manage to do so many crafts and take care of all your fur babies too. Just remembered I have a frog mold out in the garage that I couldn't wait to start, out of sight out of mind.
OK, I lost that post, don't know what I did to kick myself out of Cubits. I was talking about the bag of hardened cement I have in the garage. I wanted to throw it out, but DH said he wanted to try and hammer it down to see if I could reuse it. I think it is a lost cause, but DH can be so stubborn at times. I know right where I put that frog mold and cement so I should take it out and see what kind of frog I can make.
Thanks Charley for the nuzzles, they surely make my day.
Name: Susan Zone 5 Charley's Girl Too/ HeHaw, HeHaw
Ridesredmule wrote:Girl, I have known that . I was born in Missouri. Charley has a new little brother. He is an English Bulldog and I absolutely adore him. I've been wanting a Bulldog since I was a child. That has been more than a day or two, Too. I went to a little school. We were the Bosworth Bulldogs. Now, I got my own Bulldog.....
Thanks Jon, will pass info on to DH. Guess when I start creating with cement I'll go and buy a new bag of it. Potholes, Charleen, there aren't any around here but good idea. I think that will will go in the trash very soon.
Pegi, your more than welcome. Once the chemical reaction has begun with water that's it! Even though perhaps only 50% has been used it would mean your concrete or cement would be at least that much weaker, your pothole would become about as good as if you'd filled it with rubble and soil LOL, However if you were to treat the crushed cement powder as sand and subsequently mix with fresh cement powder I see no reason why it may not be used up.
That's something to think about, Jon. I just can't see DH getting around to smash up that hard cement since he has too many projects that get ignored. I guess I could just get rid of it and say nothing and see how long it takes for him to notice it is gone.
There you go!!! Just let it disappear, he has probably already forgotten it....
Look who climbed up on his feed trailer. We had three bales of hay on there and this is what is left after a month and 4 longears.....