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Two more days until March
Yesterday was almost 80 for a high temp, today should be almost 80 and Wednesday should be in the mid to upper 70's ...way too hot for me to be out back in the afternoon. Even iffy during the late mornings since the tree limbs are still bare and the sun just shines right thru them leaving no shade.
I have been putting off buying the shelves I need for the new potting shed too. I know that once they are out there I will have an even harder time staying away from the yard until March.
And when my last two seed orders arrive, the call of the shed will be strong.
But thru all these temptations I only have to reach up and accidently scratch my healing injury to be reminded that it is still February and February hates me. And it appears February is not very fond of Randy either, he stepped on a nail Sunday afternoon while finishing up out there. Just a small puncture and thankfully he is current on his Tetanus vacination.
But March will be coming in like a lamb on Thursday with temps only in the 60's for about the first week of the month.
Trash day is tomorrow so this afternoon we must move all those fence boards to the front curb, we haven't been able to find suits of armour for that chore so wish us luck.
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Do you really think it's safe to move those fence panels Toni after what February has already done to you? I think I'd be a little nervous until Thursday!!! Fingers crossed you get them on to the front curb without any problems.
80 in February?!?!? Man, I couldn't live like that. Though it's currently freezing with a forecast of snow here, maybe I'll have to go traveling lol!
Watch out for those blood-thirsty fence panels, Toni.
Its a really sunny day toni
Toni, watch out for those fence pieces. They seem to have a personality of their own and are out to get you. Drag them carefully.
I've read your previous post and I would for sure be on the careful side. Please be careful.
Do be careful. We all totter out in spring like newborn lambs- anxious to run but slightly unsteady on our pins.
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