You know your grass need cutting when squirrels come close and near your sliding glass door while you sit in your lazy chair after a hard days work.
You know it’s time to cut that grass when deers graze in your backyard not worrying about the pictures you take while he eat your overgrown weeds.
You know it’s time to cut the grass when rabbits stop running away from you at night, but stop in its tract, stand, still, watching you stare back at it as it stop to search you out and you it on the night of a full moon.
You know it’s time to cut the grass when a big bird swoops down out side your sliding glass door taking to flight it’s prey, a squirrel, right before your eyes scaring your 13 month grand baby as a stone and you screaming for the wife to bring the iPad to take a picture as a loud screeching bird call filled the room where you watch the evening news after work long shift.
You know it’s time to cut the grass when a big buck cross the road in front of your house blocking your driveway from an evening meal at Taco Bell.
You know its grass cutting time when lizards in your yard is as big as a kitten.