The city is installing a new sewer system on our street and things have been quite noisy and hectic here for the past three weeks. The good news for Max is that they’re now right in front of our house. There is a huge “twackturr” right in front of our window and it’s been digging and scooping and filling up dump trucks all day long, every single day. (They start at about 6:00 a.m. each morning…grrr!) Anyway, they’re even using explosives to blow up the huge rocks, which the kids think is super cool.
The other day, Max was sitting at his perch, by our bedroom window upstairs, watching the big “trackturr” out front. After about an hour, he turned to me and said, “Mommy, I don’t want pway wif dat trracturr. It too big. I go get baby trackturr.” And he disappeared to his room and returned with a toy “trackturr” that he proceeded to push on our bed, scooping up covers and dumping them on the floor.
The trackturr sure is close to our power lines. They keep bumping into them over and over again. Eeesh.
Hugs to all!
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