Goodness, it seems I have a weekly tractors post. I don't mean to. I really don't. But when you live/eat/breathe and sleep tractors 24/7, it's bound to happen.
"It's hard work being a farmer". That's a direct quote from my 2 1/2 year old.
He eats his breakfast watching the road outside,
waiting for the big John Deere to go by and beep with his load of sweet
corn. There's certain areas I'm not allowed to go or I have to be
careful around because there's farming going on there. He hauls
cucumbers from the garden with his loader on his John Deere. He tells
me the grooves in the tires help the tractor work hard in tall grass.
He tells me to never touch the exhaust. He's always doing heavy rock
lifting with the John Deere tractor too. He likes to store his tractors
in the barn, where they belong, naturally. Just tonight, he took a
break from farming and was having tractor pulls. He frequently says
"I'm a good farmer, mama. Everybody's going to say 'That Adri is a good