Yesterday they dug our road down. They neglected to tell us that it will be impassible for about a week. Our car, like our neighbors, sat in the driveway. I had drove my husband to work and was supposed to pick him up at 4:30 p.m. That didn't happen. This morning one of the construction guys helped my husband get our car out of the driveway and onto the main road. When my husband asked why we weren't notified, he just shrugged. Well, he is just a worker after all.
It was like a moat.
Today we're supposed to get some more thunder storms. They are going to be working on the water lines. I have put some jugs of water in the fridge, you know, just in case we're not notified.
Even the hounds are getting tired of the constant sound of big machinery and beeping going on in front of the house. This morning I think Freddie was ready to lose it!
"No more Momma! I can't take it anymore!! I want my crescent back!"
Even poor Gloria was starting to crack.
"Momma, I'm afeared I am going to lose it too!" (Can you tell we've been watching the Hatfield & McCoys hee hee!)
I finally talked Freddie into calming down.
Well, as much as Fred can I guess.
So this is the scene in front of our house this morning.
You'll notice the guy looking down. I'm sure he's saying, "Yep, that's a hole. We did good.""
This next one is on our front lawn.
I'm going to end this post on a lighter note with a picture of a beautiful bouquet of flowers that my son got me for Mother's Day.
This was taken yesterday. They look the same as they did on Mother's Day when he brought them. I just find this amazing!! Maybe they're on steroids or something. :)