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The kids were struggling with the half empty/half full cup concept and which perspective gives a happier day, so I brought up the rose example. Asking if a rose is a thorn bush with pretty flowers on it, or if it is a flower bush with thorns on it? I am happy to report the two older agreed a flower bush, while the youngest as a … Continue reading the story "Day 18 – Giddy Squeal “Roses!”"
The days continue of pounding the stakes. From sun up to sun down the tink tink tink continues through the quiet little valley. Here are a few things we've learned quite well through this process: 1. Rocks are not our friends. There are areas of the field that we now know contain rock beds. Those areas are fully … Continue reading the story "Day 14 – Tink tink tink…tink"
We arrive to the site mid morning at full steam ahead and start to unload. Only one problem - the key to the skidsteer apparently wiggled it's way out and has found a resting place somewhere in Central Arizona. Just another unanticipated delay. Hmm... here we go. After looking in every nook and cranny, that's an AFFIRMATIVE TOWER...key is lost. Next options - find a dealer for … Continue reading the story "Day 11 – Lost Key On I-17 Call If Found!"
So we hit the offices Monday through Friday for me and Tuesday through Friday for Justin. It's back to life as we know it. Work, phone calls, conference calls, projects, deadlines, kids activities, projects, run club, guitar, fiddle, dance, homework. Friday comes very quickly this week. In many ways the vineyard project is motivational for both of us, we get our work done so we can go up … Continue reading the story "Day 10 – Wow Friday Came Quick!"