Adventures in cutting grass

My PA Frances decided she’d cut my grass.

She got out the lawn mower, and started to cut it.

But it had rained overnight, and the grass was all wet.

So the mower got all clogged, and Frances had to pour water over the wheels, to get the grass off.

She also had to unclog the motor, which had all grass stuck to it.

Not good at all!

But at least she tried, and she said when the weather is dryer, she’ll cut it for me.

So I am very happy, as I wasn’t sure who was going to do it for me.

My dad normally does it, but with his arthritis, he’s not able to do it any longer.

My sister would do it, but she works, and she barely has time to breathe.

So I am glad Frances will do it.

I am so appreciative of her help.

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

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