Then, five minutes later I cracked my kneecap on the metal corner of the same wagon. After I began breathing again, I had to take a minute because my leg literally wouldn't hold me up. I'm going to have a bruise, but there is no serious damage. Gail will have a huge bruise.
We did, however, manage to get both those big planters out of the way, dumped and loaded into my truck to take to Allan. Then we wrestled my two big cast iron kettles into those spots. I won't plant them this year, but they are in place for next spring. The planters had dead rose bushes in them, and I didn't care for them at all. Allan does, so we can both be happy now!
We came in to nurse our owies, ate lunch, and ... went for a drive! How's that for changing the curse of the day??? She's getting ready to leave, and I'm going to shower and go into town and do some shopping. You know the saying, "When you get a boo-boo, quit working and go spend some money." What? You never heard of that one? Works for me!
So, I have to make this short. Can't miss my assignment. Before I go, here are a few little pretties I found beside the road yesterday.
Have a lovely weekend, everyone!!!
Life is beautiful!!!