I haven't visited for a while, Tami, and what do I see when I finally get here? Your charming husband, busy as ever!
Tami, how nice to have a handyman around the place! Fun shot, too. I'm sure he appreciated it -- now his hard work is documented properly. No one can blame HIM of being a sloth, right? :)
Hello Ladies!I don't think he's seen that I posted yet. But he didn't put up much of a fight when I took these......probable more worried about his balancing act!Too bad I've never been able to get a picture of him doing the dishes.....oh....wait that's because he doesn't!
Farm equipment always had more than one use. I have fixed a roof from the tractor bucket.Glad you had help.
LOL. Just had a good chuckle about your "foot note". True that there is always something that needs fixing and if the handyman comes cheap, why not use him.
Yes Gail....they do come in handy!
Congrats on the photo contest, just catching up, loved the hay U...
I wish my hubby was a little handier! I am always the one on a ladder - lol!!
whatever works! i would just love to have a repairman around the house!
What a fella'! This Ozarks farm chick is alone so much that I usually just try fixin' stuff myself. Did I mention I get hurt alot? Ya' can hear me yellin' for testosterone more than once 'round these parts! Heeeheeehe!Have yourself a wonderful day enjoying the joys of the season!!!
Tami..just stopping by to wish you a Merry Christmas and to say I do miss your photography:)
Yes very safe! It could be worse though. He could have a ladder in the bucket! lol I'd hate to have OSHA around our farm sometimes! lol
Happy New Year! :)
Tami, Hope you are well. Miss you posting. We fellow bloggers worry about others. Give us a sign you are okay!Hugs!
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