And the last time I think he did it was mid-to-late fall, so you can imagine what my yard looks like right now.
We don't own a lawn-mower, so I understand that it's a hassle.
He has to find someone to borrow one from, get it in the car, use it, get it back in the car, and take it back over to that persons house.
And we can't buy one now, because we're most likely renting out the house and moving into an apartment. Which means a lawnmower is not necessary.
And I know, he works long hours on a weird shift, so he's tired and worn out.
But he also has a 3 day weekend. Every weekend.
I would do it. I really would, but I can't.
I don't have a license, so I can't go pick it up, and I'm allergic to grass.
Really allergic to grass, not "I think this stuffy nose is allergies" allergic.
(itchy/watery/swollen eyes, hives, stuffy/runny nose, headaches, uncontrollable sneezing...and that's just leaving the window open while someone else mows their lawn. In high school I even woke up with my eyes swollen completely shut...no fun!)
And then a week or so goes by, the yard still un-mowed, and another hopeful person knocks at the door hoping to make a few bucks.
Only to be rejected.
I'm sure they all walk away from our house shaking their head in wonder.
What do I do about a thing like this?