Go to Les Schwab for replacement wheels...again.
Negotiate and make arrangements with someone to buy the wood from the tree we had to remove.
Make plans with the stump grinder to take out the stump of the aforementioned maple.
Buy a stool someone advertised on Craigslist. $10.
Fall the "mystery plant," which is not a hollyhock and now has a tree like stump 6 inches in diameter.
Wear at least three blisters on my hands in that process.
Go to the pharmacy. (Thank God for co-pay.)
Go back to Les Schwab...again.
Take a trip to Home Depot to get a part...that they didn't have.
Visit George Morlan for an O-ring. 30 cents.
Repair the kitchen faucet that stopped working while I was washing my hands after falling the mystery tree.
Re-dig the one of the trenches filled by the stump guy.
Replace the bubbler head for the walking stick bamboo that I previously moved out of the way for the stump guy.
Readjust sprinkler heads for distance and sweep.
Wrap the slider on one of the outdoor chairs with teflon tape and put it back in place hoping that it will stay where it belongs.
Discover a split in a garden soaker hose.
Make another trip to Home Depot to get hose repair kit. $4.27.
Sort of repair said hose using parts from the kit and duct tape.
Quit for the day and take a shower.