The Little Farmer laid in the hallway and asked me to hand him his sippy cup which was two feet away because he was too “stiff” to reach it.  I wondered if this was a new effort to get attention.  I brushed it off and tried to do what I could to help him feel better for two days.

Then my nose filled up, just like his.  Hind sight shows he was achy, a symptom of the flu.

This adventure began one week ago.  So, we’ve spent a lot of time in the house.  Weeks like these make me appreciate legitimate opportunities to leave the house, like my job.

We’ve watched a LOT more television than usual.

Here’s what transpired as the weather warmed up:

Looks like we've got a problem.  The Little Farmer devises a plan and takes off running to put the plan in motion.
Looks like we’ve got a problem. The Little Farmer devises a plan and takes off running to put the plan in motion.
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He’s bent over hooking a little chain to the rear end of his combine and rear end of his pedal tractor.
Let's give this a try and see if it works.
Let’s give this a try and see if it works.
Operation successful - see the thumbs up?
Operation successful – see the thumbs up?
Problem solving Little Farmer
Problem solving Little Farmer

 

 

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