LOL!!!!omg, I shouldn't laugh Kirsty, but that was hilarious!I am SO glad I am not the only one who does things like that!blessings
hey Kirsty, rofl, "grins" when you assemble the walls again, would you post a pic of your tractor. I made one with polytubing and chook wire. Worked well. Really enjoying your adventures. Cheers
Only you Kirsty, only you! :-))~Tulls~
Hi Kirsty,Am hoping that you haven't cemented it together yet but I suspect in vain.Its a real problem when you think... yup that clear space in the middle of the lounge room will be great to sit XXX to get it square....Good Luck on getting it outKind RegardsBelinda
Oh Kirsty,I'm sorry, but I've been rolling on the floor from laughing so hard. Have you figured out how you're going to get it out of the lounge yet?! LOL I must admit that I have done some things that I'd prefer that no one knew I'd done, but you have a great sense of humor to admit that you may have made a mistake. Anyway you could put a piece of glass on top of it and turn it into a table...just a thought you know!! Hope you can get it out of the house...maybe turn it on its side and squeeze it through the door?? Good luck, and please keep posting...I always read your blog. Blessings, Aunt Bea from Wildwood Farm
Sometimes it is just great to be totally dumb! Especially when it makes other people laugh. Your blog is really great! I just found it and will be back to see some more adventures (good or bad :)).
LOL, too funny!
hee hee! that makes me laugh!you are wonderful Kirsty!
Oh, no! That was so funny, and just the sort of thing I would do if I was even capable of creating a chook dome.Kate
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