have you ever had something that bugs the wahoola out of you? sure you have, & if not, you must be either totally zen, brain dead. or maybe you’re just a nicer person than i am, which is a distinct possibility.
okay — so here’s the deal. & this was a big one because it had to do with where i live. specifically, the livestock that live across the street, like 6 “mother-may-I” steps from the end of my driveway. that’s 3 goats, don’t know how many chickens, a goose & huge pig. & this is in a pretty decent neighborhood in the middle of a big city, i might add.
& it drives me absolutely nuts, i’m not going to lie.
not only did my neighbor tell me to jump in the lake when i suggested he move the livestock pen across from his front door instead of mine, but my own mother turned on me. not that she thinks it’s peachy-keen either, but she told me to get over it, because nothing i was going to do would change it, so i should just take a big old chill-pill.
well, i tried, but i couldn’t get it to go down. it got stuck in my throat, or my craw… suffice it to say that it was a gargantuan bur under my saddle.
then, the strangest thing happened this morning. my neighbor said he wanted my input on the new fence & rock wall he’s putting up.
no way! seriously?
it sounds like it’s going to be pretty nice, too. so there you are.
so, what’s the moral of this story? good things come to those who wait? miracles happen? the sun will come out tomorrow?
all i know is that i’m tickled to death, & yes — my faith in humanity is restored.
does anybody want to join me in doing the endzone dance?
TTFN …. & for anybody who didn’t read my post about the grumpy guy @ the liquor store, & you know who you are, TTFN is tigger-speak for ta-ta for now.
This deserves that old saying “wonders never cease!” Xo