Can't believe I mowed the lawn on Sunday!

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Can't believe I mowed the lawn on Sunday!

Post by slk » Tue Aug 28, 2018 9:42 pm

For 2 weeks in a row I've cut the grass on Sunday. I have a neighbor (great guy) who's pretty tatted and with a wifebeater, he'll mow consistently every Sunday morning. I know what...I'm gonna join my neighbor and mow my own lawn. Don't know why I'm reporting this to you all but it's taking me this long to "grow some" and finally not care what the neighbors think. I even have a neighbor who once said, "for every weed you pull on Sunday, you'll have ten grow back." I think I'll have to experiment with that one and see if it's true.

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Re: Can't believe I mowed the lawn on Sunday!

Post by crossmyheart » Thu Aug 30, 2018 4:43 pm

It is such a relief to finally feel in control of your own schedule.

I love second Saturday. It makes getting chores done so much easier.

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Re: Can't believe I mowed the lawn on Sunday!

Post by Thoughtful » Fri Aug 31, 2018 9:02 am

Hooray for second Saturday!

My yard is looking better and better. The best part is I can recruit my family to work in the yard for an hour Saturday, and an hour Sunday and no one feels their entire weekend was absorbed by yard work.

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Re: Can't believe I mowed the lawn on Sunday!

Post by MerrieMiss » Fri Aug 31, 2018 1:44 pm

I haven't been to church in a couple months and have spent my Sunday mornings deadheading the garden. It's peaceful and the flowers are blooming like crazy! Happy Sunday mowing!
The true opposite of order is not disorder but freedom. Most profoundly, the true opposite of control is not chaos but self-control. -Jay Griffiths

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