Recently I heard the peeps talking about digging/sawing/blasting and excavating a Bridge.
This girly diva loves an adventure. After some thorough reseach, I found out all about a Bridge....It is full of steel, and concrete and wires
Cat Scouts are always prepared for the unexpected. I assembled all things I thought would be
necessary and told mom I was ready, set...lets GO DIG!!
girly hard hat, safety goggles, bandanna , proper signage, camera for documentation,
band aid, DYnaMITE, clock, binoculars and a wrench (??).
Well imagine my surprise when Mom said even though we are a pair, I could not pawticipate. Evidently I had misunderstood. Mom said 9/26/16 during a routine dental visit...Dr. B
found an itty bitty teeny tiny cavity UNDER a 25**
older than a dinosaur thus archaeological year old dental bridge. I think mom is right I'm not going near that bridge she is on her own!!
Good Luck Mom!! So all this being said, Mom has to be at Dr. B's at 10 am today.
The archaeological dig of the 25 year old bridge will take 2 1/2 hours.
We will probably be checking in with you all before the DIGGING and BLASTING and who knows what all. After all this mom will have a temporary bridge and will probably need me to chew all her food for her. MOL!! I wish. The permanent Bridge will take about
2 or 3 weeks to construct. Here is hoping it will be as strong as the steel and concreted example
We'll let you know how it goes.