Hi, AW. Those commercials are a hoot, aren't they. They are also full of hooey. Reverse mortgage, fooey. Sign on the line, and drop dead the next day, and good-bye to leaving anything to the kids. Well, maybe that isn't such a bad idea.<quoted text>
Good Afternoon Miss E. I was enjoying being able to mow grass again for the past 3 hours even though the local weather report calls for more isolated thunderstorms this evening. Now time to enjoy kicking back and watching westerns on TV land with all the commercials pointed toward older folks.
If you did not already know, Alex Trebeck has been supporting Colonial Penn life insurance for over TEN YEARS. I can't wait to see Pat Boone advertise the safe-step walk in tub or the Fonz advertise One Reverse Mortgage. And some folks think this thread is boring. LOL
Hope your hens are doing well. This morning, I awoke to a terrible ruckus on my side deck. The porch swing was hitting the side of the house, dogs growling and howling, and the most terrible screeching. I ran outside to find a young ground hog cornered with my 3 outside dogs trying to attack it. I woke hubby with my hollers for help, and out he ran, in his boxers. Hubby grabbed the cat carrier from the garage, and in ran the frightened groundhog. My, oh my, they have big teeth and long, heavy claws. I distracted the dogs while he ferried the critter to the back of the farm, near woods, hayfield, and river. Hubby's adventure wasn't done. The groundhog wouldn't get out of the cat carrier, so hubby gently dumped him out. He dove under the truck and hubby had to chase him around to get him to go off to the woods. With our luck, he'll be back to raid our garden. Hope he takes a few cucumbers. They're growing fast and we have so many, we don't know what to do with them. Neighbors have their own bountiful crop and don't want them either. Feast or famine here. Just another day on the farm. LOL