Well, the day came and went for the lady to call and tell me when to come in because she "had not made the schedule yet." So I called, and she said something about more 4 hour shifts, but never called again. I didn't have time to wait around for her so I kept looking. Over the last few weeks I have had interviews almost every day. I did manage to get a very part time job at a coffee house, and I am waiting for my background check... then I can start work. There is a good chance I got a job at a fast food place to fill in the rest of the hours I need to work. I recently had an incredibly strong urge to throw that $30,000 piece of trash one would call a college degree onto the burn pile with half of the tree that fell in the yard from the winds we got from Ida. I don't have a fireplace so I can't use either for anything useful. LOL I promise I didn't actually do it. But I really wanted to.
David said we can get goats, and even chickens finally. But he anticipates waiting longer than I do. He wants gardens... so somehow on this 1.5 acres I have to figure out how to make room for 2 goats + babies, 3 dogs, 1 cat, chickens, flower gardens and a vegetable garden.
I proposed he put his hanging flower garden ( I have no idea how this works...he's the scientist.) in the front yard. We can put the vegetable garden off to the side, and it will still have good light. We would still have plenty of regular yard in the front even with his most elaborate plans. We can either convert the lean to or construct a hen house on the back of the garage. And the goats can have the back yard and the side yard as I originally planned. Of course not everything is going to happen at once, and its likely we will have to make adjustments.
I am going to the hospital on Tuesday for an exam...and well I don't like hospitals...so much so that I don't even want to go there to have babies. Thank God David is coming with me. Please keep me in your thoughts if you read this by then. Thanks!
Does anyone else have chickens or gardens in addition to your goats? How do you manage them all?