Posts Tagged ‘Northern Exposure’

I mentioned last week that our grass is late this year. My wife, Anne, never reads my blog posts, but she read that one and asked what I meant. I meant that usually by May 1st, our cattle are out on the pasture grazing grass. But today is May 2, and our grass is still not tall enough, so the cows are still eating hay. Everybody is tense while we wait for the grass. For most people, watching grass grow is the ultimate in boredom. For us it is maddening. It’s kind of like that episode of Northern Exposure when everyone went crazy waiting for the ice to break—except without Janine Turner. (Note: Anne, if you are reading this, that didn’t mean anything at all.)

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