Gotta get a fence up!

If the background check goes okay (standard Checkpoint bullsh*t), I start graveyard shift at a server call center on Monday. In the meantime, we have GOT to get that fence finished so the pups can guard/free-roam during the night. They mostly sleep during the heat of the day anyways, so the plan is to corral them when I get home, let the geese and chickens out while I take care of their water and food needs, then hit the sack for a few hours.

The contract is for three months, and if they like my work, will bring me on as a permanent employee. By then, the sun will be setting earlier, and I'll look into getting a swing shift: late afternoon to midnight. The plan will then shift to corralling the geese and chickens and letting out the dogs before I go to work. The logic, it astounds!

Okay, too tired to try to make funny. G'nite all!


  1. Good luck on the job, the fence will be nice. I have half of mine fenced to corral the dogs. So I know what you mean.

  2. @andylynne - thanks for the wishes of luck! Even if we don't have time to wire it thoroughly to the posts, if we can get it at least -standing upright- against the posts, it should be barrier enough in the meantime.


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