Today’s Proberb (based on local feedback)
- He who has a parcel of errands in town, should refrain from first loading his truck with manure…or perhaps
- If one’s truck is full of crap, stay home (until emptied).
“What? We don’t smell anything?” B&G: My two shotgun-riding sanitation engineers.
B & G!!! What faces. You look like the mean kids on the block, but I know better. You’d be butter in my hands, wouldn’t you!!!
Manure envy–yep, indeed!
Black gold it is…pure unadulterated black gold. Visit the desert with that truckload and you’ll see what I mean. Why, we’d likely roll out the red carpet but for sure, bring the fur kids, OK?
That’s hysterical. It’s so easy not to want to do something, like unload a truck full of manure, but then you’re stuck driving around town with manure.
I just wasn’t in the mood to unload it.
9:30 a.m. loaded into truck
6:30 p.m. unloaded from the truck
And it seemed like I unloaded more than I recall loading.
As I look at the pic of the “Pic up”…I see the nourishment of all things beautiful! Happy Easter, Happy Spring, Happiness and love my friend! xoxoxo
HA! I can’t believe you drove around town with it all day, I guess it is good we didn’t put another load in. Glad the manure found a happy home…. did the tarp make it any easier to unload? Let me know when you want more. XO!
That looks like might nice poop. Crowsfeet farm coulda used a “load” of that! Nice work. Shovel, by shovel, by shovel, by shovel………
I caught a ride home from town with Tom and his truck full of crap-funny thing is I hardly noticed!!! Hmmm The only reason he unloaded it was that he had to go into Seattle and he did not want to appear as a total hill billy. Peer presure makes one do or should I say doo?
Susan, B&G would be exactly that — butter in your hands.
Miffy, warm wishes to you this Easter Day, you indomitable ray of sunshine!
June, as tempting as a four-day drive to AZ with a truckload of manure is, my Phoenix friends tell me there’s plenty of the stuff close by in Chandler. But if I could be guaranteed a week of homecooking, I’d surely consider it as you’d be doing me the favor.
Steph, the tarp was a brilliant idea, when light enough I could just pull the rest of the zoo-doo out of the bed. And yes I want more!
Dana-Crowsfeet farm, what a hoot of a name. Can’t wait to see your progress with the veggie garden
Tamara — that says something about the normal condition of my truck when you can’t smell a load of doo in the back. Time for a little detailing.