Last Sunday we took him with us to get some hay for the horses. He seemed to enjoy the 20-miles-one-way trip, but about five miles before we got back home, he puked in the back seat. Cliff doesn't deal well with such a situation, although it cleaned up nicely (I did the cleanup). So I ordered something that would let us both rest easier:
As you can tell, it's in horrible condition. I'm trying to find a way to get new stitching on it. I went to a Tandy store, but they only sell the leather-working stuff, they don't fix things. They suggested I check the business cards on the bulletin board. The closest thing I could find to what I was searching for was people who work on saddles. Next time we're in Amish Country, I'll see what I can do to get my checkbook cover fixed. If I can't, I will STILL carry this checkbook. I was going to have it cremated with me, but my daughter says she wants it. One thing about it, we stick to cash for almost everything these days and pay our bills online. So it doesn't get a lot of use.
Oh, I want to thank any readers of mine who click on the ads here. Yesterday Google placed $100 in my checking account. This is the second time they've paid me $100 for doing something I would be doing anyhow, with no thought of being paid.
|I can tell by the balance on the right that Cliff's payday was Wednesday. Our checking account balance is usually in the two- and three-digit range.|