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Thursday, February 18 2010

Other Half comes home today.  It has been three long weeks and it seems like longer. He has been all the way across the state (big state!) and although we talk many times each day, it isn't the same as having him here to actually share the drama.  He has had drama on his end too.  I fear he may have broken a couple of ribs, but being a guy, he will "cowboy up" and work through it.  He is a firm believer that a hot bath and Absorbine Jr. will fix whatever ails you.  Yeah right.

Anyway, he will return to fewer goats,



more cows,


and Briar, who has suddenly sprouted legs.


I very much hope he can come home to a clean house, one that doesn't have muddy pawprints all over the floors.  But the only way THAT is going to happen, is if I get off the computer and start cleaning.  On the other hand, I have a head cold.  He has a head cold. The floor might not get very clean today.  I've just finished my chores and I'm sapped. I feel a nap calling me. I'm not sure how much housecleaning is going to get done today.



Posted by: forensicfarmgirl AT 09:25 am   |  Permalink   |  3 Comments  |  Email
Oh just open the doors, sweep out the accumulated animal hair, and give other half a big warm welcome home. Chances are good he's not going to notice a clean house, and how long would it last anyway? Better payoff to take a nap and feel refreshed yourself! Oh, and wear out the dogs a little.
Posted by Sue on 02/19/2010 - 10:16 AM
I agree with Sue. In my experience, men only notice the big things, not the little things.... so get the garbage out, clear the counters, tabletops & they're happy! Get over the cold!
Posted by cindy on 02/19/2010 - 08:25 PM
You were both right! While I have a head cold, he came home with the flu (and probably a broken rib or two) so he didn't even notice the house. He just fell into bed and passed out . . . and coughed all night. I really, really, REALLY hope we don't just trade diseases.
Posted by forensicfarmgirl on 02/20/2010 - 11:08 AM

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