My for a time, disgruntled employee, LOL!
While working in the yard today, I also learned several lessons:
* If you are going to wear work pants, make sure they fit and don't fall off in the yard.
* Pray you don't get diarrhea( which mysteriously disappeared once I started working) on the day you decide to put up a fence.
* Never tempt the fates by even thinking to yourself: "God, what would I do if I had to do this all over again.
* Not stroking out when halfway done you realize that the fence is upside down and you have to do it all over again!!
*Thank God you bought 400 feet of twine.
*Never allow your children to grow up on a diet of video and or computer games and tv.
* Realizing that your 15 year old can't tie a knot, hammer a nail, or measure. ::sigh::
* Pray for more patience as you teach your 15 year old how to tie a knot, hammer a nail and measure.
*Male, 15 year old fingers are sometimes too thick for the intricacies of tying off twine.
* Female, 47 year old fingers are sometimes too thick for the intricacies of tying off twine.
* If you still don't want to stroke out, don't take the passive-aggressiveness of your 15 year old personally.
*Don't become passive-aggressive yourself and deny your 15 year old assistant a break because he pissed you off royally.
*Remember your assistant is a 15 year old teenager who would rather be devouring a diet of video games, the computer and tv.
* Don't wish that you could say "Poof be gone" to your soon to be ex/housemate that stands at the back door and tells you how "he" thinks you should do it.
* It's ok to mumble quietly to yourself "Shut the Hell Up" to your soon to be ex/housemate.
* I need a wife.
*I feel "Kick-Ass when I weilding tools.
* Realizing that although a novice and don't really know what the hell you are doing, you grew some balls and did it anyway.
And the top lesson that I learned today was:
*Remembering why I started my garden in the first place: