Thursday we attended the Carrie Underwood concert. Best concert ever. I had a helping hand by blinging up a SUNS jersey for Miss Carrie. She disappointed all of us involved by not wearing the jersey during her show. Bahhhhhhaaaaaaaaa.
You know now that Martin is working in the corporate world, he received permission to take Friday off. So after a 2 hour stop at Home Depot we were on the road. Our mission was to place the cisterns and hook them up to the gutters so we could begin to collect the water off the roof.
We arrived to wet carpet. The slide outs were closed and they leaked. Ugh always something with this Moho. Martin was outside doing his thing and I was inside putting our little love nest together with clean sheets. I always leave the blankets on the bed. So I flipped the comforter on the bed and noticed this blood looking spot on the white down comforter. I’m thinking I don’t remember any boo boos to make this mess. I touch it! Crusty! Puzzled I am. Hmmmmm. I bend down to smell it. Ohhhhhh God. Gross. It stunk. Then I look over on the floor was this stupid ass mouse who decided to crawl into our comforter to die it’s little ass. So I threw that comforter outside along with that damn mouse.
Last time I forgot to tell about another animal story. Judy and Ron were with us and we were not to far from our place. We were just cruising down the road saying that we didn’t see any elk. Then all of sudden I made a funny squeal. Holy crap there were two antelope standing on the middle white line and one on the right side of the road. Being that close we could see its little butt pucker and they just stood there watching us whiz by. We split the antelope. We were so surprised they didn’t dart to cross the road. Martin held his line and they held theirs. Then we felt our butt puckers relax. I think the antelope felt the same.
Saturday we woke up to snow falling. 29 degrees. Do or die. We came up to get the mission complete.
We bundled up and proceeded to move dirt and then the cisterns.
Today, Sunday, it was a calm day. Martin drilled the holes needed in the cisterns. I climb down inside to help install the parts. Then it was an elbow here elbow there, piece of pipe here piece of pipe there, few blocks here few blocks there, then glue it, screw it. And before you know it we heard drip, drip, drips to the cistern. Mission complete.