Friday, February 13, 2009

Fixing combines

I've been busy the last couple minutes fixing the header on the John Deere 9750 combine. The header kept coming detached and then the reel fell off the header and broke into two pieces. So I snapped it back together again and put it back in place again. (Dad, do 9750s still have quick-tatch feeder housing? I think this one does...) I returned the combine to its driver Josiah with a gentle reminder to push the combine gently on the carpet. He liked setting Gooey on top and driving it around.

I've just finished up my weekly report to my coordinator and I'm getting ready to join the rest of the GFA family for pizza and fellowship and a movie. And then take the J-Fam boys home to bed so their parents can have an evening out.

I'm so thankful for where God has placed me right now. Thanks for all your prayers and support.

*glances at time* uh-oh. I think all the pizza is gone...

1 comment:

J said...

Hahaha! I thought you had gotten back home this weekend or something like that. I was mucho impressed (and a touch puzzled) that you knew how to just snap parts to a header back together!

ROTFLOL! I hope young Josiah appreciates the many years of farming experience that you brought to bear in fixing his combine!