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Aug 6, 2017

Big Fish

First, I'd like to thank everyone who has commented on my recent posts. For some reason, I've been unable to respond via email. So please don't think I'm ignoring you. So until I figure out what I'm doing wrong I will comment via posting for the most part.
"No worries," some of you mentioned that is when you need to worry or famous last words. Cowboy seems to know what he's doing most of the time so I'm the one left biting my nails but I think most females are that way. At least that's my case.
Now to that big fish I mentioned. Mr. Cowboy decided to cast a line in the lake the other day & landed this beauty. He weighed 10lbs. We thought about cleaning & doing a fish fry but it was such a pretty bass & we didn't have the heart to gut him. So back into the lake he went. "Whew," I can imagine the bass saying to his buddies. "That was a close one boys. Stay away from the light & shiny objects!"
Laugh out loud! 
Mr. Cowboy's brother built him this great work bench which everyone immediately says should also act as a picnic table....sigh! Guys!!!!!

6 comments:

Gene Black said...

That looks like a great work table. Can you confiscate it and use it for a quilting worktable?

Magpie's Mumblings said...

Gene beat me to it! I was going to suggest the very same thing. Glad you let the fishie go - I'm sure he/she is greatly relieved.

Suze said...

Does Cowboy and his brother need a sister? I could use a quilting table like that. I probably would like it a little shorter. I'm only 5'2". When my mom remodeled her kitchen, she had all the cabinets lower so she could reach things. Sometimes, I wish my upper cabinets extend down a little longer. Basically I can only reach the bottom shelf. When I was married to my kids' dad, you could always tell who put something some place. If it was up high, he did. If it was in a lower cabinet, I did. He is 6'7". LOL Have a great day. I bet that fish would have been good. Another day!

Needled Mom said...

Lucky fish!!!! I love that table. It's much too nice for a work bench.

Carol- Beads and Birds said...

Oh, I liked that you let the fish go, but I'm not sure WHY because we practically live on fish. We rarely if ever eat meat. My husband used to do wood work and built our cabinets when we first moved in this house back 40 years ago. Just love that workbench.
xx, Carol

desertskyquilts said...

And here I was thinking that table would be a perfect cutting table. LOL That is a beautiful fish, and I have to say I'm glad you threw it back in. If it survived long enough to reach 10 lbs., it deserves to go back!

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