Scaping Woes

Today I worked for 4 hours (which somehow felt like 8 and a half). After three of those hours, I was ready to call it quits and just go home (well, I kinda was home, but I digress). this landscaping thing is killing me and I don’t know why. I just get so frustrated about all the work I have to do, and looking at my watch to discover I’ve only been working for an hour, gets me even more frustrated.

So is it a mental thing? Is it the fact that I’m working alone, or that it’s something I’ve never actually done before? Or am I just a wuss?

6 Responses to “Scaping Woes”

  1. jma89 (John Ambrose) Says:

    I vote for the working alone part… and the last one may be used for a good tease. 😛 jk, jk

  2. Emily Says:

    Ben always said that the day seemed so much longer when he was working a lone on houes and such …so it’s you’re right, it’s not just you or somethin’ it really does pose for a long day!

  3. Justin Says:

    That’s funny. When I used to do landscaping alone the day always went faster. Then again I like working alone. You can do everything how you think it should be done with no complainers.
    Have you had any 14 snow shoveling days yet?

  4. Justin Says:

    umm…. that was supposed to say 14 hour days… not 14 days….

  5. rae Says:

    I’ll keep you company. I’m a good stand-around-and-watcher. 🙂

  6. Christian Says:

    HEY STEVE I WAS JUST WONDERING WHAT YOU DID WITH MY MOMS OPENING PAGE ON THE COMPUTER. THAT LOOKED INTERESTING SO I WAS WONDERING IF YOU COULD TELL ME HOW TO DO IT OR NEXT TIME YOU COME UP SHOW ME HOW TO DO IT. MERRY CHRISTIMAS BYE

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