Oh Brian, you and your body!!! Wish the blazes that things would keep running fine with your physical junk that plagues you. Oh well, you are wise to as soon as you know you need medical attention, to get on it as quickly as you do, good thing. When you are working your tractor, as you are saying, let yourself ease into that type of work slowly. You may need to build up some extra muscles to that sort of sitting stuff, slowly, baby steps.
Rain, tell me about the rain, wonder when it is ever going to stop. Oh brother. Makes for some pretty mucky stuff going on, but....at least it isn't the below zero (celsius remember) weather we had last year, hope it doesn't come.
Oh now I am feeling like crying. I yearn to one day have a milk cow, don't know if it will ever happen. But now I know two people. Jody has a Dexter milker and then you are going to get a Jersey or a mini, sigh. If only I lived closer, I would take any excess milk off your hands that you would ever have. Although, I imagine your dear Wife would find no problem with using up the product. She will get really good at making cheese and all the wonderful byproducts of the milker cow. Beautiful. Get that milker for her, she deserves it, just like you deserved that tractor, smiling (get that little sticking up for your Wife on my part, hee, hee).
Did you get rid of the billy? There is a ram in rutt at our neighbours. I smelled it yesterday for the first time. Seemed that it was a little late for it to be stinking like that, what a stench, I could smell it all the way from half way to the chicken yard at the back, ich!!! It reminded me of your male dude there when we had that barbeque, where all you guys couldn't even smell that dude, and Jody, Janel and I were just about puking!!!! The one at our neighbours is a ram though, but it still stinks as bad as your ol' billy, eeks!!! Have that great and most beautiful day, wishes of great health. Cindi