I didn't know if I would get it done, but I got er done.
By TR Bergstrom
January 13, 2016 9:08pm CST
I didn't know if I would get it done, but I got er done as Larry the cable guy would say. I woke up pretty late, but I managed to go out and, split and, stack a bunch of wood in the wood shed, mostly because I know it's going to be either raining or snowing for a very long time. I pray just rain, because snow is such a pain, it's very beautiful I love to look at it and, play in it, but I hate the problems it causes with electricity, driving and, working or walking in it, when it freezes, now I am just kicking back in my warm house trying to get some mylotting done. How was your day today?
9 people like this
• Perth, Australia
17 Jan 16
Good on ya for getting all that work done! Always feels good to finish what you started. Can't say that I have been doing that a lot lately. lol I keep starting things and only doing half the job cause I've been too tired and unmotivated to do much.
• Garden Grove, California
14 Jan 16
my day was fine as I got a lot of mylotting done and am now hoping my son will come to see me but it is g etting a bit l ate for visitors I hate the visitors hours as they do notw ork for everyone,m in a reiremen center ugh, I
• United States
16 Jan 16
Oh, I HATE snow! I agree-it is so pretty to look at, but that is all. In fact, I prefer to look at it on a TV screen! BUT...if I hear that we're due to get 24" of powder, I'm fine with it, since it isn't heavy or wet-and if it had been rain, it'd be much worse! We fortunately have not had significant snowfall here-just a couple of dustings, but the rain! Our basement leaked badly in the last rain storm, and we've had to go through 3 boxes that were damaged from the water-one even had mold! What a mess! Honestly, I'd prefer it to be a dry, hot day-I could handle the weather, but my husband won't move!
• Winston Salem, North Carolina
14 Jan 16
We try stay at least a year ahead on the firewood splitting. Anything being split now won't be burned until next winter. That way I don't have to worry about running out if we have a run of bad weather, or something else comes up. Besides, the wood seasons more quickly when it's split.