Life: Now and Then
You just need to start. You'll need wood for the wagon so first select a tree with the proper wood. Then cut down the tree. Saw and stack lumber to cure. Don't forget you'll need different wood for the wheels than than you'll need for the body.So there you have it step one, two and three. Step one could take some time so plan for delays.Then there is the leather breeches. You'll need to grow a cow.The pierced ear is easy. A nail set and a hammer does it quickly.I have eaten plenty of cat licked butter and I'm non the worse for wear for it except for the occasional impulse to lick the fur between my legs and cough up hairballs. The cats however suffer from "wall syndrome". If you are not familiar with "wall syndrome" it's where the cat has flashes of a wall suddenly rushing at it.
Stinkin' butter lickin' cats!I've got a baker's dozen holes in my ears, remnants of Hollywood, late 80's. Dog has decided to go with a clip on, strictly for authenticity. I'm sure there will be room if you an SWMBO want to come vagabond!
Now who made this diagnosis... seems like it could make you laugh.. now laughing is said to improve your health.. therefore this disease should cure itself...... ... do you feel better yet?
Gwen... You can easily diagnose yourself. If you get twitchy fingers near a dogs belly, you certainly have adogatickleosis. Fortunately, I don't believe there is a cure. You can see the the difficulty though, I'm sure, helping Dog into his Gypsy King outfit with such a marvelous affliction.
You are incurable... and you make me laugh!!!
Haha; I think I must have adogatickleosis, too. Maybe we should start a foundation for it? :PAnd by the way, I would love to see Dog dressed up lik a Gypsy King! If you manage to get the shirt on him (despite your adogatickleosis), please post the pictures :)
Gypsy wagon??? Now you have my attention!!! I've always wanted to hitch a couple of horses to a gypsy wagon and travel! Did you you really build one???