I cannot decide whether rolling the fencing across the yard or carrying the up to eighteen feet (I think) sections of pipe was harder work. I got out of breath worse rolling the chain link. (Except when I carried a large armful of posts at once. That really made the ol' muscles burn!)
Due to the muddy state of the yard, I had mud (or whatever sand with decomposed leaf matter in it makes when it's wet) all the way from my shoulders to the soles of my boots. I even had some dabbed on my forehead where I had to wipe the sweat off my face. (Surprise! *grin*)
I was actually smart today and remembered to wear my mud boots over there (I did end up with a swamped foot due to the cracks in my left boot, but that's better than wading in ankle deep water in my leather boots).
I made supper after I came home...a repeat of lunch for Savannah with mushrooms and onions (she's been kind of nauseous all day--one of the things she's taking is making her like that). I also fixed some kale and heated up some beets that I had grabbed while at our place. I warmed up the chicken again and that was supper. Speaking of which, I had better lay something out for tomorrow (this is going to be one of the hardest parts about trying to take over a great deal of the cooking--thinking ahead). I'd better scram and do that before I forget!