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Monday, April 18, 2011

Ouch!

Yup, I am in pain today. DH took down some trees around the house yesterday and I am still feeling the hard work we did. Most of the trees that are leaning towards our yard are gone. He even took down one red maple and the only flowering cherry we have.

I am hoping before the end of the week, all the fruits trees are in place. DH is picking on me, telling me that he feels the same way, every time he gets home from work. Poor man, I would think he gets use to it after a while.

Two of his friends came by to help take down the big maple tree. Our backyard is so muddy right now. Dragging branches and putting them in a pile to burn was hard work. His friends did not stay for the dragging part. I'm just glad they stop by, because I don't think I will be able to pull the big tree away from other things that will ruin it.

I think I need to soak in hot water for a while. Every inch of my body ache. Good thing the children and I are on spring break this week...ouch...it even hurt when I laugh...:D :))

Happy Monday everyone!

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