I managed to get everyone on board, booted up, and out the door in record time, but it helped that the sun was shining, the birds were chirping, and the warm breeze was gently luring us into the yard. We hit the door running, and then off we went into the wild blue yonder.
But, thanks to our stroll, I do know now that the property is in decent shape--it could use some TLC, of course, but we knew that already. All the fences are okay, the fields are reasonable healthy, and the animals are content. Things could always be better, but then again, they could always be worse. As I've said before, there's always something to do around here, and as always, we'll keep doing it. We'll also do our best to do it all with a grateful heart. After all, a wise man once said, "There is nothing better than to enjoy the work of you hands.", and I'm so thankful that my hands have work to do!
It keeps me out of trouble...most of the time.