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Sep 25, 2018

How I Spent My Tuesday Morning

Went to Ennis first.

Wound up in Waxahachie.
Mr. cowboy was under the weather but that didn't stop him from roping me into driving him around to get tractor parts all over the place. He did perk up when looking at the new tractors but I reminded him of his purpose this morning....hehehehehe!!
BTW.....Thanks Gene for the tip about adding a caption to photos. I really appreciate it!!!


A Left-Handed Quilter said...

Haha - so did he want a green one or an orange one - or both? - LOL - ;))

Rhonda said...

I'm not sure but I did remind him that if he bought anything other than the parts, that would lead to me purchasing some "much needed" fabric......hehehehehe!!

Gene Black said...

Sometimes our mornings are like that. Doing what others want instead of what we would rather be doing.

I am glad to share tips. Just ask!

Needled Mom said...

I hope Mr. Cowboy feels better soon.

Rhonda said...

He is up & at it this Wednesday morning. I did remind him to take it easy but I don't think he will....sigh!

Carol- Beads and Birds said...

Oh gee...we have a John Deere zero turn riding mower. I hate to go to John Deere because I really would love to buy one of those little truck looking vehicles. The name escapes me right now. Terry's real love is Wheelhorse. He is hoarding them...collecting them...why to we need more than the one he uses to plow snow? Since his dad passed, he and his brother service his Dad's that will be Terry's one day. Do you have any idea how hard it is to find parts for a 50 year old Wheelhorse. Mostly you have to tread through the Net which is always left to me. I say take the danged thing in and pay someone ELSE to fix it. She lives 2 blocks away. Drive the Deere over and get the job done. Nope, we MUST fix the Wheel Horse.
xx, Carol

Alycia Quiltygirl.com said...

Tractors always seem to cheer a man up! ha ha - and mine always tries to come home with another too! why is that? ;-)


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