Oh yeah...I can relate.
I was telling the guy I give a ride to work with that last Sunday was an easy day for me. He asked "what did you do." As I drove I thought about it and went through my day one item at a time.
Fed the sheep starting at 5:30 AM (I get up at 3 AM but don't get going)
Cleaned my shop up until 7:30 AM
Went over to a Friends house to sell off a load of firewood till 9 AM
Went to town (20 miles one way) and got fence charger for sheep
Installed fence charger until 1:30 PM
Unloaded groceries until 2 PM
Finally ate something at a birthday party (no joke) and was there until 4 PM
Harvested corn for sheep from 4 PM to 7 PM
Fed sheep at 7:30 PM
Sat down exhausted at 8 PM
Went to sleep at 9:30 PM
Somewhere in there I managed to kiss the wife, spend a little time with the 2 year old, talk to my dad, watch a little TV and get my fence charger hooked up. It was a good day. Monday morning I got up at 3 AM and went out to feed the sheep at 5:30 AM...
I am merely doing what my Grandfather did, what his Grandfather did and his Grandfather did. There are a lot of us out there that live like this. Its not for some, but for some of us,we wouldn't know what to do without running on screech 7 days a week.
I have no intention of traveling from birth to the grave in a manicured and well preserved body; but rather I will skid in sideways, totally beat up, completely worn out, utterly exhausted and jump off my tractor and loudly yell, "Wow, this is what it took to feed a nation!"