"Sorry about the fence Aggie. Sounds like a lot of work and expense to fix 500 foot of fence. But from the news I've heard there are a lot of people that lost a whole bunch more. Glad Pru is OK. Tell her I said Hi next time you see her.
former rh296 on TBD and Eons. Met the person that won the war on static cling.Sorry, I'm tied up right now trying to save the family farm. Looking for someone that feels like working on Wildlife habitat and fixen fence for $10 hour, lodging, meals, kolaches and all the beer you can drink and pecan you can pick after dark. I'm just a country boy that works and lives in Houston during week and spends most weekends on farm. My farm is so poor it takes 5 acres just to rust a nail. I'm also into Wildlife Management because the squirrels eat my pecans and deer keep eating everything I plant except my Tifton-85 grass I planted. I walk to work.Lord help me be the kind of person my former wife's dog thinks I am.I am still rh296 on Eons.comI'm Here ForMeeting new peopleFriendshipAdviseNetworkingSupportJust Having FunInterestsTexas history, cattle, humor, travel, movies, food, pecans, kolaches, insurance, Germany, Real estate, Friends, God, Fun, banking, Wildlife Management, 4-H Leader, Prussia.ExperienceReal Estate Appraisal, I know just enough about everything to be annoying but not enough to be an expert.
Wow. It's amazing how quickly your area can go from a glut of rain to a drought. I haven't been in Texas for many years and kind of forgot what the Houston area is like. Anyway, I'm sure "business as usual" feels pretty good about now.
How are you doing, Aggie--still anchored firmly? If Pru's house is high and dry, maybe you and the kids and a few choice cattle should go for a visit. :>) Hey, at least you're not a camel farmer...
It was cool to see you in Haiku world. Metub4 and I have pretty much been the only life there for the past couple of years. The halls are echoing, but I still come to TBD most every day. I have yet to collect about 50 pages of PMs (that equals about 1,500 notes) my beloved Draughn sent. It's painstaking, but those notes are precious to me. I'm thankful to Pru for letting us putter on here and hope she gives us plenty of warning whenever she decides to shut 'er down.
My prayers, and those of some good friends, will keep flapping around you and Pru like pesky crows until this whole ordeal is over. :>)
I know you're in the path of hurricane Harvey, Aggie. I'm hoping and praying that you and yours (including the farm and livestock) are doing okay. I know this is ongoing and you may have weeks of worry ahead. Just know that I and mine are thinking of you and wishing you and your fellow Texans the best.
I have designed a hurricane Harvey relief tee-shirt on Zazzle which I will post soon. (I'm waiting to see if Zazzle will mount a unified campaign, as I've suggested, before I post the shirt--but I won't wait long.) Any proceeds will go to targeted charities in Texas. It's not much, but I hope it helps, if only a little. <3 <3 <3 A.
I hope you're gonna have a great 4th, Aggie, with a parade, a barbecue, and fireworks with friends and family. Or just have a cold one in blissful silence with your feet up on the porch railing. :>) Whatever you'll be doing, I'm sending you sparkly Independence Day vibes! XOXO A.