Because you seem to be enjoying the music videos.
And because the lyrics are strangely appropriate.
But wow...what a creeper.
We lose power frequently in our current house. Often enough that we felt compelled to install a generator at the new house. After all, we're moving from a well-established subdivision in town to "the country." We're bound to lose power even more often out there, right?
Plans were made, Gennie was purchased, then we talked to our new neighbors.
Do you lose power out here very often?
Neighbor #1: No.
Neighbor #2: No.
Well, I guess we'll have the world's ugliest, most expensive piece of landscaping art.
Remember when I got my driveway poured? Of course you do. It was just my last post and it was full of yummy. Well, they also poured a pad for Gennie.
Then Philly and I devised our own crazy train to get Gennie out to her new Pad.
By some miracle of shims and leverage, Phil got Gennie onto the two-wheeler.
Then we built our "tracks" out of OSB and continued to move the back pieces of the track to the front until we arrived at the Pad.
We looked like the freakin' Beverly Hillbillies. I'll bet the neighbors are glad we're moving in. I would have loved video of that process. Or even some pictures. But Phil would have strung me up had I attempted to dash away with my camera while leaving him alone with Gennie.
We finally made it to the new Pad.
As God is my witness, I'll never have to go to work with wet hair again.
Now...What color Annie Sloan should I paint it?