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buckshot    Posted 01-15-2004 at 12:55:35       [Reply]  [No Email]
happiness can it be achieved most of the time in this rat race world i'll check back afer i plow snow again


Dennis    Posted 01-15-2004 at 15:31:00       [Reply]  [No Email]
"Happiness is a choice"

End of story


Fawteen    Posted 01-15-2004 at 16:02:11       [Reply]  [No Email]
Absolutely correct, Dennis. Made a decision about 4 years ago to quite fussin' over making more money to buy more toys, take some time off and play with the ones I've got. Second best decision I ever made. (Lettin' SWMBO talk me into gettin' married was the first...)

Cut back from 40 hours a week to 15 at my old job, then canned that job completely to take another job at half the money but no stress at all. Working 3 days a week, eatin' regular, got a warm place to sleep, and time to play with my toys. Don't get no better than that.


kraigWY    Posted 01-15-2004 at 15:58:55       [Reply]  [No Email]
I gotta agree with Dennis.

I'm happy, wouldn't have it any other way.


Fern(Mi)    Posted 01-15-2004 at 14:16:25       [Reply]  [No Email]
Better luck with your snow plowing. The 951 ford so stiff, it took an hour just to warm up the hydralcs to lift the plow.
Once warm enough to I got my ups`n'downs, forewards`n'backs. But, plenty shorts on turns.
The house, `n'barn, `n'chicken house, `n'grainery, `n'a-couple fences for boundry markers, I just managed to turn her around for a warm barn's over night rest with alittle heat on the steering's worm drive.
Now, I'm wondering how long it'll take to warm up a hunderd pound iron steering box up with an old milk house heater.
Best part! I get to try playing inthe snow again tomorrow. Hain't I lucky nature works so hard to keep me busy all Winter long?
One snow cold farmer.


deadcarp    Posted 01-15-2004 at 18:40:07       [Reply]  [No Email]
well you could alway burn that snow instead of plowing it - but then whut would you do with all the ashes? can't win i tell ya! :)


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