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Aug 4, 2017

Oh My Word!


Things are happening quickly around the old farm, so much so that my head is spinning. This morning Mr. Cowboy decided that I needed to help him move some "stuff" so off we go to do just that. We start with the disc thingy.
All of a sudden he stops in the middle of road (a farm to market road but it does have fast moving traffic on it) to pick up some lumber. I hope you can see the two pieces of lumber (old planks, I might add) he placed on the disc without securing them. "Oh," he said, "they will be fine, no worries," which translates to me......WORRY!
Also note that tiny dot in the distance gaining on us quickly.
I'm chewing my nails off as we bounce along but Mr. Cowboy is as cool as a cucumber.....sigh!!
By the time I could snap this photo, the truck had passed us, nearly blowing off the doors on the tractor. This FM road has a speed limit of 60mph. I think that guy was going 80 or better. I was just happy he got around us without incident.
Other than that, all is well.  Have a great weekend everyone!!
 

6 comments:

Gene Black said...

Every time I hear "Don't worry" in a situation like that, I think Oh no!

Needled Mom said...

lol. No worries!!! Famous last words.

Magpie's Mumblings said...

I am of the mind that husbands don't worry about anything - simply because they know they have us to do it for them! Glad you got home without any incidents.

Carol- Beads and Birds said...

I hear "don't worry" ALL the time. I am the worrier, he is the confident one that all will be OK and he is usually right. You would think I would have learned to trust it by now.
xx, Carol

allthingzsewn said...

That is something my Dad would have done. He was always stopping to get something off the side of the road or like your DH the midddle. It just wen in the barn or out back and would eventually use it or give it to someone that need it.

desertskyquilts said...

Phew! I never knew F to M roads could be so dangerous! And I suppose the wood stayed right where he put it.

;-}

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