Today I whippersnipped for about an hour before it rained. Only a shower, but enough to make any more work like cutting grass impossible. I pruned the mulberry as much as I could before the rain got too heavy.
Tonight I'm pulling prickles out of my right foot... when I find them. Owch! Can't see the little blighters.
When I went out to feed Floyd, after I'd fed the other dogs and brought him back under the pergola, and when I turned the halogen light on it was, ah, flickering. They ain't supposed to flicker. Damn. Damn. It was dull and flickering. I have a spare tube for it, but I can't replace it in the dark, and Floyd's not good at holding the torch for me. I hope nothing happens in the night that I need to turn the light on for... And in the morning when it's dark and I let Floyd out for his gallop around the yard with the other dogs I won't have the light.
A job for tomorrow afternoon.
It never ends, I have to mow the dogyard tomorrow afternoon, too.
Oh, and on Friday morning I was tailgated by some stupid blonde bimbo in a Celica. She tailgated me for some way. The speed limit was 80, and I was doing 80. When we got to the highway she dropped back. I might have been going a bit faster than 100... tiny bit. To get past a truck and get into the left lane. Eventually she passed me, up the tailpipe of a 4WD. The 4WD just got slower and slower, and she stayed up the tailpipe. She was, I swear, less than one car length from the back of the cars doing 100kph (and me doing 80kph).
Silly bitch. I hope she has an accident soon, there's no police around to book her for her dangerous driving. One day she'll be distracted and she'll stack the car.
I think she came from Rosewood. Good luck, lady, you're gonna need it when you have that accident... I just hope noone else is hurt in it.
So you can see why I look forward to driving to work every other day.