The Al Pacino of blogs!
LIz- that's very wild ! You must be happy it's prepped. Imagine how nice it will look in Autumn and next Spring !Micah
it's going to look bootyful.i presume you have a lawnmower?
I think she's working on getting a lawnmower. See some previous posts.;-)
Oh, the mental images I have right now of the air being blue as you curse your way around your property pushing the lawnmower all the way! hehehe
That's why you hire a neighbourhood kid to do it :)It's going to be a beautiful lawn Liz!
Even if she hires a neighbourhood kid, she'll still be cursinghim as he goes and I imagine it will be along the lines of this:"Bastard lawn - cost me so much freaking money to put in that when it works and it grows, I have to spend money to cut it! I spend money to make it grow, now I have to spend sh1tloads to cut it down!! AAAAHHH!!"hehehe - Oh come on, you guys know it's true!!I love Mountain Dew Energy!!! :)
Micah: Thanks! I am pretty happy that it's finally here and I will soon have a real yard. I really want to get some badminton going, but I'm not sure it will happen this year. But it will be ready for next spring!Mare: Yes, I do have a lawnmower, donated by my stepmom.John: Smartass :PT-L: You're damn right I'm going to curse myself for ever doing this. But Scott T does have a point about the great smell of fresh cut grass. It *will* be nice to have that. I just need someone else to do the mowing, as I sit on the deck drinking a faux cocktail. "Bartender!"Joanne: Thanks!Jenn: I guess this means no more jokes that involve "I don't have a lawn"
Wow! How exciting to be getting your lawn! The key to mowing is to try to make it a zen-like experience. :-)
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