The heat has moderated a bit.
I actually heard our central air cycle for the first time in a few weeks. When it went silent I thought maybe it had malfunctioned.
We got some rain.
The irrigation wells are silent for a bit if not for the year.
We've had two 40 horse electric motors go bad in the last 2 weeks. Nothing a lot of $$$$ and time won't cure.
Center pivot sprinklers breaking down.
Center pivot sprinklers getting stuck.
Corn and bean prices are in the dumper.
The blackbirds are beginning to 'school'. It's one of my surefire signs that the cool, crisp air of fall is about here. The months of fall are the only reason we all stay here in Nebraska.
Contentious board meetings.
A bit of golf.
Preparations for my son's wedding.
The county fair is on!!
The flowers in Marilyns pile's of dirt (berms) are in full bloom.
Marilyn's kennel is in a constant state of overbooked. She stands in the kennel each morning and asks for volunteers to live outside until the next available pen is open.
Someone needs to mow the road ditches again.
And the lawn.
And the farmstead. (weeds actually, but if you keep them mowed they look like a lawn from a distance)
I have very little time to blog and visit other blogs but hope you'll stick with me until I can get back to my routine of late night maurading.
Remember: "Never approach a bull from the front, a horse from the rear, or a fool from any direction."
I wish I'd said that.