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Published May 31, 2013 by z24racerchic

eggciting times

It has been a month since my last post. Now my hubby has upgraded our Wireless contract and I am waiting for him outside his work using the WordPress app. Super excited about this

In the past month we have started and finished the garden.  It has taken hours upon hours of work to get this done. Joe decided it would be great to expand. That would be more like double the size of our existing garden. I bought a tiller at an estate sale for $35. We took it to get it repaired and they said it would be $300. We took it home to take it in for scrap. He got determined and poured gasoline in the carburetor.  It started and he tilled the addition. We also spent $30 on a new gas tank for our old mini tiller. On top of this we had to get a…

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