As far as I know my crops ARE cooperating. Although I haven't really put it to the test. You know, tell them to do something and then have them disobey me. lol.
I've been working at the food stand a lot lately. Which is really fun because I get to watch all the action going on. Mei-Mei and Vera are so funny to watch when they're picking out food for Alex's restaurant. They sort of mumble to each other half in Chinese and half in English and then sometimes in something that's a mix of both with a little bit of French Canadian and Swahili gorillas thrown in. I'm sure you'll be able to picture it from that description, right?
They have to write everything in a log book now so they don't have to add everything up right there. So basically, since I don't have to do anything, I just sit there and watch them.
So Clara, Paul and Laura are all over for the night and our rooster decided it LOVES sitting on Laura's head. THAT was funny enough, but then the rooster laid a TURKEY on her head! It was so funny, we all bust out laughing. And the rooster has been singing (crowing) with vibrato lately, so I'm kind of wondering if he's been taking lessons from Mrs. Wickon on the sly? Anything's possible.
So how is all the wallpapering going? I haven't been by your house for a while. When you've got it all fixed up, you should have another one of those dinner parties or something. Just a thought. That was pretty cool.