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Saturday, April 22, 2006

Happy Earth Day!



You might see that picture as a weed ridden patch of dirt. This is where the kids have their garden during the summer. We buy plants, flowers, and vegetables and see what grows...and what doesn't. Last year was a bust because I didn't keep up with the watering, so everything sort of withered away (OK, they roasted in the sun and died).

Well, if you look closely, you can see a little tree that Brendon planted yesterday when he came home from school. I'll try really, really hard to not let it die (cross my fingers that my luck holds out).

7 Comments:

  • Wow, it looks like you haven't seen much of a warm-up yet in your neck of the woods.

    Here's to the beauty of spring and in nurturing delicate new growth with love, care and attention to detail!

    Warm Wishes from Down South!
    J.B.

    By Blogger Johnboy, at 4/22/2006 9:49 AM  

  • What a great little tree. I will be sending it positive thoughts so it does not end up like Charlie Brown's Christmas tree. lol Have fun with the garden.

    By Blogger Vivian, at 4/22/2006 10:03 AM  

  • It's touch and go up here as far as the weather goes. Bulbs are blooming and the trees are beginning to pop...not quite warm, but 56 degrees might as well be a heat wave in these parts.

    Vivian, thanks for sending good thoughts, LOL! I'll try to be a responsible green thumber this year. Yeah, I hope it doesn't turn into a Charlie Brown tree either, LOL.

    By Blogger Shannon, at 4/22/2006 10:06 AM  

  • what sort of tree is it?

    By Blogger cHoCoMiLkRoCkS, at 4/22/2006 2:53 PM  

  • It's a pine tree.

    By Blogger Shannon, at 4/22/2006 3:05 PM  

  • pine tree, cool.

    thanks, i shall try dropping the TBR more. Man my body so not used to exercise!!!!!!

    hope your son's surgery goes ok 2moro.

    vic

    By Blogger cHoCoMiLkRoCkS, at 4/23/2006 12:52 PM  

  • my fingers are crossed with yours! Good luck little tree, grow happy!

    By Blogger Tongue in Cheek Antiques, at 4/23/2006 4:16 PM  

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