Thursday, February 14, 2013

Valentines Day! Surprises Everywhere. "I Think My Tractor's .." You, Know! AWESOME

Me and My Tractor!
My Valentine's Day present! Yes, I screamed! ❤ I love my husband so much! He remembered how I loved it and, yeah I'm surprised. I dropped and lost my phone I was so excited. The phone is still perfect and not a rhinestone fell off. HAPPY! And ... I have parts tractor!


I was thinking of painting it pink, but right now I'm a bit going toward turquoise.  I don't have any turquoise bracelets, fancy squash blossom necklaces, or rings; I might as well ride in a jewel like this. I'm soooo excited. I don't know what to do first.

We did go to sushi for lunch after my surprise, so I didn't get to cruise Danger Ranch on my new toy. We have roads everywhere, even in Jurassic Park near the Santa Paula Creek. I can't wait. Doing my chores are going to be a lot more fun.

I was still in dream-land when we went to lunch and Steve stood-up to, what I thought was to greet a friend and visit.He knows a lot of people and works a lot in this town near Santa Paula. Soooo, I was watching the TVs in the Sushi Place. I ordered for Steve and thought he was taking a long time. He passed me going to the bathroom to wash his hands and when he sat down. The manager brought a paper called an "incident report" and he started filling it all out. I asked him about it and he said that the guy at the Sushi bar has slumped-over, he lifted his head-up and when he did the man took a deep breath-he wasn't breathing. The firetrucks came, the ambulance came all with lights and sirens. And, I didn't know anything was happening, nothing! I didn't hear the sirens or all the commotion. Steve knew almost all the fire crew and knows the ambulance guys. So many people in the restaurant came over to thank him and shake his hand. He was really shy about it. The restaurant paid for our meals. The guy that was ill said softly he was hypoglycemic and passed-out. Steve almost started CPR, but all the crew arrived. His blood sugar was normal and they knew by his eyes it was an overdose. He received the medication and came back and is fine, for now.

There are three kinds of people in this world, people that make things happen, people that watch things happen and then there's me, who doesn't know that anything is happening. I was still thinking about the tractor and what part to take care of first. Should I use Naval Jelly on the rusty parts or a wire brush? Do I sand the whole thing after that, including the engine? I'm going to reupholster the seat. I may not be able to sleep tonight. No kidding, huh?

Our Singing Mocking Bird and Me