Thursday. September 6, 2012 61 Loads Market was called steady with average quality of hay.
Russell J. Larsen's tombstone says this: 1. It*s important to have a woman who helps at home, who cooks, cleans ups and has a job. 2. It*s important to have a woman who can make you laugh. 3. It*s important to have a woman you can trust and doesn*t lie to you. 4. It*s important to have a woman who is a good lover and likes to be with you. 5. It*s very, very importnat these four women do not know each other or you could end up dead like me.
Thursday. September 13, 2012 51 Loads The market was stronger today with better quality hay.
Male Logic vs. Female Directions: (This is a story which is perfectly logical to all males.) A wife asks her husband, *Could you please go shopping for me and buy one carton of milk, and if they have eggs, get 6.* A short time later the husband comes back with 6 cartons of milk. The wife asks him, *Why did you buy 6 cartons of milk?* He replied, *They had eggs.* I*m sure you*re going back to read this again, as this is the root of most marriage problems. Made perfect sense to me, say the guys.
Thursday. September 20, 2012 86 Loads The market today held steady while the quality was a little lower.
A biology teacher wished to demonstrate to his students the harmful effects of alcohol in living organisms. For his experiment, he showed them a beaker with pond water in which was a thriving civilization of worms. When he added some alcohol into the beaker, the worms doubled up and died. *Now what do you learn from this?* asked the teacher. An eager student answered, "Well, the answer is obvious. If you drink alcohol, you will never have worms.*
Thursday. September 27, 2012 77 Loads Alfalfa was strongr to steady today. Grass remained steady with poorer quality hay (generally) than last week.
I was visiting my son-in-law and daughter last week when I asked if I could borrow a newspaper. *This is the 21st century, old lady,* he said, *we don*t waste money on newspapers. Here, you can borrow my iPad.* I can tell you, that bloody fly never knew what hit it.
THURSDAY, September 29, 2011 54 loads. Market was slightly weaker to steady today. Quality was a little lower today. We are still waiting to receive some donated hay for our southern hay-needy friends.
Old Ethel decided to have her portrait painted. She told the artist, *I want you to paint me with a diamond neck- lace & earrings, emerald bracelets & a ruby pendant.* Said the artist, *But you are not wearing those things.* *I know,* she said. It*s in case I die before my husband. I know he*ll marry one of his little girlfriends right away, & I want her to go crazy looking for the jewelry.* from our friend, Bill Rozeboom, now in Inwood.