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Horses, Dogs & Cars

September 22nd, 2014 at 07:55 am

Started working on the horse shed yesterday. I'm buying the first set of materials today, and hopefully will get a good amount accomplished this evening on it. Has some lumber at home for it, so that will save me some money.

Not much progress on the money front. Went shopping this weekend for some much needed clothes, and a couple unneeded ones. Didn't spend too much, but still. It did feel good after our month long spending freeze.

Set internet payment up on a automatic credit card payment.

The Jeep is fixed and running again! Only cost $75 in parts, and many hours in free labor.

Kuzco is officially moved in with the goats full time. For 2 weeks every single day he would dig under their pen and get into it while I was at work. We kept blocking the holes but it was futile. So we decided to just leave him in there. He hasn't dug out since. I'm still nervous, but so far he hasn't hurt anyone. He does chase them a bit, and they hate him and are very scared. But I think they are slowly getting used to each other. *fingers crossed* Goats can be very dramatic.

Juno is still a spitfire, and will hopefully be moving in with the horse over the winter, so she will have more room and warmth.IF we can keep her from digging or climbing out. She is CRAZY. But she is learning.... very very slowly. It takes a couple years with these dogs, as I have found. Kuzco has came a long way with time.

3 Responses to “Horses, Dogs & Cars”

  1. snafu Says:

    sounds like lots of progress. I don't know how you stretch hours to get so much done! Wonderful that Jeep is now operational for a limited cost and a lot of hours from wonderful relatives.

  2. klarose Says:

    We are always busy busy busy. Today is work, straight to go get animal food, straight home to cook, then work on the horse shed, then do internship. You can see my days are pretty packed! I also multitask at work, make appointments, work on small projects, etc.

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