Yes, that's what it is here today. My son is the king of Greek Tragedy. The smallest little thing can throw him into his world ending sulk. Today is a continuation of the front brake job on his truck. Yesterday, it was worn out front bearings ate his rotors up and it all needs replaced(no it doesn't and no, the bearings arent bad). Just pull the tires off son, Mom will look at it. Here he comes again with the whine going. Can't figure out how to get the brake caliper off (it's not bolted, the press pin configuration). So, as usual, Mom goes out and shows him how to do it and proves to him his bearings are not bad. Now today, it's the brake bleeding and his all of the sudden faulty lug nut fit. Geez, this is one of those days I completely understand why some animals eat their young. Always making mountains out of mole hills. I never would have guessed 20 years ago that little boys were more emotional and whiny than little girls. One of these days I hope he gets it figured out that shit happens and get over it already.
The new sweet corn patch got planted. Hubster worked hard on it all weekend and planted all the corn, some melons, sweet peppers on a corner and hot peppers on another corner. It got life giving rain last night. Me, I need to patch a hole in the fence to keep the goats out and get the corn meal corn, squash, beans and the rest of the stuff for over here set. Then get the perimeter fence in place before the goats figure out I have something worth chewing on in there.
The eggs in the incubator have started to hatch, 3 so far and 2 more eggs with pip holes and chirping....
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