Browsing Archive: March, 2010

The Honey-Do List

Posted by Rick c on Tuesday, March 23, 2010,

The weather has finally improved enough to get some yard work done, so Marilyn put that on the honey-do list. In fact it is #458 on the list. The temperature was in the 60’s today so I made an executive decision to skip #1 thru #457 and get right to #458, work in the yard. I scrounged around in the garage trying to find the pruning shears. It took a while but I finally found them, under my work bench. Right next to an empty beer can and two Big Mac Wrappers. I oiled them up and was ready...

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Daylight Stupid Time

Posted by Rick C on Saturday, March 6, 2010,

Spring forward, Fall back. Fall forward, Spring back. Daylight Savings Time. What the heck is going on here? I’m going nuts! Why can’t it just be 2:00 AM? But no, we can’t have it that simple. When it’s 2:00 am we have to change it to 3:00 AM. Or do we change it to 1:00 AM? I can’t keep it straight. “You will lose an hour,” the man on TV said. How do you lose an hour? Where did that hour go? I’m in bed sleeping and the next thing I know I have lost an hour. As hard as I try ...

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Hello, I hope you enjoy my website. Marilyn and I enjoy the outdoors, nature, gardening, hikeing, walking, and many other things. I think she would rather go dancing, but I'll stick with the outdoors. We feed the birds in the backyard, and love watching them raise their young. We put in a gold fish pond several years ago which attracts a lot of small animals. Frogs, toads, turtles, and other creatures call our backyard home. Thanks and please visit often as the site changes regularly. Rick


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