I have returned to the city after 4 days of being at my mother's. Four nights and three days. I was probably asleep just as much as I was awake. Seriously.
I got the lawn tractor there ready for the winter. The fuel stabilizer was easy to add; just a capful mixed in with the fuel and let it run for 10 minutes or so. Afterward, I removed the battery from the lawn tractor, which was tricky because of the metal panels that surround it that had to be removed. I have no idea why the unit was designed in such a counter intuitive way. At any rate, it has been removed and is now resting comfortably in my dad's old workshop in the house, right underneath a heating vent. Should all toasty and warm come the Spring.
Mom was glad to have me with her the last several days. I was glad to be there. So it was hard to go come back to the city this afternoon. Would have liked to stay even longer.
But I did come back. I am excited because in just a few short hours I commence the fifth annual Bevboy's Christmas Tie Extravaganza. I am very excited about it, and I hope you are, too.
Remember: A different Christmas tie every working day for me up till Christmas. And I reserve the right to wear a Christmas tie on a weekend as a special bonus for you, my adorable 4.7 fans.
Are you as excited about this as I am?
Well, are you?
See you tomorrow!!