And Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers.
When more than one person is attempting to streamline a household you run into a lot of
"We don't need this"
"Um. . . Yes we do."
"But we haven't used it in over a year."
"Doesnt matter, I might have a use for it someday"
Sigh. We will need a nice large shed for those things that we may need someday. Like sheep shears. I never ever plan to ever ever hand shear another goat or sheep for as long as I live. I discovered that I don't care for doing such things. But. . . However. . . Just in case. . . So we have to keep it.
And here, dear readers, is where our upbringings and youthful living situations come into play. Yes, I was homeless as a teen, but as a child I was never left to want. Husband however grew up in various stages of homelessness, and never had much. I think he may have a bit of Great Deppression area hoarding tendencies. He has more clothing than I do, yet doesn't wear most of them. Hence the head butting over certain items.
What I have been doing is separating items. Farm, house, garage. He can then go through those and decide what he wants to keep. And then he gets to build outbuildings to store said items in. I no longer want them cluttering my life.
We have come to another decision though. We will wait on a house. So you will be all treated to a complete makeover of a single wide mobile home, white trash with a purpose style. This should be fun! The plan is, to use the money that we were setting aside to build a large garage. Then. . . Well the plan of what we will be doing inside of that garage will be told to you at a latter date. Let's just say, it makes us happy and should make life a bit more easy. No, that is not part of my lofty goal, stop trying to suss it it of me!
FYI, I licked the hot fence to prove to Small that it wasn't on. But then I touched it and got shocked. Yep, that's how hot my licking is, turns a hot fence on. Yep, I'm so proud of that moment.
I have started on my rag rug. Wow! How tedious is that? And you guys have me making three of them.
Someone tried to poison the puppy. She's ok now. But it was getting scary. I have a feeling they wanted to poison Buckets, our Staffy, becuase everyone is scared of her and they can't come on our property. Yes, I believe it was intentional. They can no longer get out of the yard, so someone would have to dump it over the fence.
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