On another note...yesterday my husband and I were learning new responsibilities of homeownership. lol I had to fix one of the screens on my back porch. I was dogsitting for my neighbor and she has gorgeous great dane who at 6 months is at least 5 ft stretched out and weighs just as much as I do.
|Bella in my Scion. I had to put my seats down she's so big! lol <3|
As I was taking Bella out to pee, she accidentally ran straight through the screen! LOL I wasn't upset though because Bella's face is so innocent and loving. She really meant no harm and even on her way back, she came back in through the door even though the hole she made was wide open lol. That cracked me up when she did that.
So on Saturday I set out to see how I could fix the hole. I went to Lowes because I thought they might have someone there who could come fix it but after talking with one of the employees at Lowes, he explained the tools I needed and that it wouldn't be difficult at for me to do myself. Sooo $10 worth of material and tools and 30 minutes later...viola! I fixed my screen all by myself! I was a very proud lady. :D
|All I needed was a new roll of screen and a screening tool|
|Screen fixed! Yay me!|
The next homeowner responsibility we had this weekend was to mow our lawn. This is something I do miss about having an apartment...no need for lawn care! lol Well turns out the lawnmower my dad donated to us is having some issues. It starts but it doesn't stay on...sooo now we have to find someone who knows how to fix lawnmowers since that's way out of my league. I can put oil and gas but the engine is sooo not my territory haha. We ended up paying someone to do our lawn for us which I was not sad about at all lol. But of course, it is cheaper to do it yourself so I still want to fix my mower. Anybody know a good handyman in Ft Bragg???