Saturday, February 07, 2015
A few days later, the property management company came and picked up the scraps. He stacked the biggest pieces he kept for fire wood but the branchy parts all went to the yard wasted people.
I'll be curious if the tree doesn't grow back since those plum trees are pretty hard to keep down once they get established.
Speaking of plum trees, we have 8000 little baby ones coming up in the grass in the front lawn from the seeds of last years plums. I will have to get out there with a tool and pop them all back up. I can't believe how easy these freaking trees grow!!
Two Years Ago on In My Words...Poor Plum Tree
Friday, February 06, 2015
When I woke up in the middle of the night, the fan we have blowing in our room was back on, so I knew that the power was back on.
When I left for work this morning, I noticed that the house across the street lost their purple plum tree to the wind. It is broken in half and laying in their yard. They are renters so I am sure they have to wait for the rental company to figure something out. It will suck next summer because that tree really gave them some great shade from the afternoon sun. I'll try to get a picture of it later and post it on here.
When I got home from work, I noticed that we must have lost power at least one more time while I was gone because the computer was back off and so was the cable box. I unplugged the laptop and Chromebook last night since I didn't have surge protectors for them. The big PC is on a great surge protector so I am not worried about it.
Our recycle bin and yard waste bins were on their sides in the middle of our driveway this morning and the rain was coming down in buckets.
I'll have to get out and check the pool tomorrow to make sure that the water isn't too high and that the timers on the pump and light aren't messed up from the power outage...hopefully the rain will drop off some so I can get some yard work...
Seven Years Ago on In My Words...Super Typhoon Krosa
Thursday, February 05, 2015
This movie is the one that completely won me over to Robert Dinero being one of my favorite actors. He plays Al Capone so well, just how I imagine he might have been in real life.
The train station scene is just done so well...the tension, and timing were so great and right after having two of the main characters killed, it felt good to have the good guys get back some.
I am pretty sure we own this one, I'll have to check our DVD cabinet so I can watch it again soon.
Two Years Ago on In My Words...Jaws