Tomagrams Lawn Mowing Hypothesis Tested and Confirmed By Tom - 15 2914 FacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsApp After weeks of extensive testing and observation, I can unequivocally and confidently say my hypothesis holds true; the lawn is not going to mow itself. Related
Beautiful, glorious, fabulous green! GREEN! Enjoy my friend. It beats the heck outa’ raking rocks. By the way, strange as it may seem, that’s one of the Big Guy’s fantasies (at least one that he’s willing to share at the moment) … cutting grass on a riding mower with a beer in one hand. LOL
June, funny you should mention, my Sears Craftsman rider mower has a can holder on the right side back bumper.
lol, my 16 year old son has come to the same conclusion!
You know, I’m pretty sure if I just wait longer, mine may just get up the gumption to do it…just a little longer….
or sheep! 🙂
Beautiful meadow for marauding chickens!
Perhaps you are testing out the theory of prairie succession??
Haha! We live in mostly woods. After years of trying to grow grass, my husband finally gave up and let our yard return to nature. He still has to mow it occasionally, but there’s not much grass. He’d kill for that grass of yours, but he wouldn’t enjoy mowing it so much. That reminds me of one of my favorite saying: “The grass may be greener on the other side of the fence, but you still have to mow it.” Fix some lemonade, Tom, and put it in your fridge now. It will be super cold, good, and much appreciated when you’re done mowing your grass. 😉
No goats! They never eat what you want them to eat. That experiment failed.
Well, you could do like us and live in a condo. Then the lawn does seem to mow itself. It just costs more.
Listen to Elizabeth about the goats. Those are words of wisdom spoken from someone who’s obviously been there done that. But if its the best milk on the planet you’re after then goats goats and more goats. As for mowing, I have never ever done it.
I agree with the goat faction. Think of all the writing material, and maybe you can make cheese.
Clearly, you’re more of a pessimist than we are.
We’re still holding out hope that our lawn will develop self-mowing properties.
Looks like you mow as often as you clean house!!! Ha ha ha just kidding-ow that hurt!