Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Wordless Wednesday.

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25 comments:

  1. Oh no!!! That is such a sad picture, my heart just sank.
    We have a chocolate lab that we adopted when he was 2. The first day he was in the backyard with the garden he at every one of my tomatoes, ripe or green. I had 12 plants, and hadn't harvested yet. I did not get to eat a single tomato from my garden that year.
    I hope you planted extra or that there is a nursery nearby that has some good replacements.

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  2. Yes, I planted xtra....about 60+....but still.......aaaahhhhhh! (I lost 5 plants for sure, maybe more if the ones I'm nursing don't make it)

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  3. I bet someone is in the dog house. I hope the survivors pull through. I must say your photographic story is rather comical though.

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  4. Yikes!!! I have had that type of thing happen with my cats! Now my seed starting lights are completly enclosed to keep them out.

    Your new dog is beautiful though. Will you be able to keep him fenced out of the garden?

    - Marc

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  5. Awww, who could stay mad at that face?

    I raised a few big potted heirloom tomato vines for my UPS guy a few years ago. He adopted a Ches. Bay Retriever/ Golden mix puppy later in the season.

    There were no survivors.

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  6. He really couldn't help it, the temptation was too great! Poor baby! VN8

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  7. As far as the ice tea, it's in the fridge...You know us southerners want you to feel at home!

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  8. HappyGirl- You described how I felt for about an hour. I almost turned purple as I was cleaning it up and looking at my formerly beautiful tomato plants. But like some have said here.....how can you stay mad at that face for long?

    Dan- It wasn't funny when I posted it....but now looking at it....yeah, it's pretty funny.

    Marc- Actually, my garden is fenced....I was hardening off my tomato plants on my front porch and my (DAUGHTER!) put the dog out and I didn't know it. The rest is history.

    VN8- A visitor from the Obama teleprompter site.......Thanks!

    lauraw- LOL. I hope that doesn't mean the dog didn't survive!

    Darla- See I told you. Your Wordless Wed. was better than mine. I like how your yard has a "up north" look to it.

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  9. Dennis - Great site so far!

    As for your tomato plants - all I have to say is that its a darn good thing puppies are cute! I guess the same goes for children - it is amazing how much mischief puppies and children can get into together :)

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  10. I hate to mention this in the middle of a developing tragicomedy, but tomato plants are kinda poison for dogs (so I hear). I like your blog, by the way.

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  11. TCG, I have two miniature schnauzers and I have tomato plants every year, it amazes me but they seem to know when they are ripe! They never pick green ones only the ripe ones. I always plant plenty so it doesn't matter when they pick them and they love them! My male schnauzer prefers to pick one in the morning and he carries it around for a day and then he eats it! My female just eats them at will. God love the animals that make us realize that the things we fret over, really aren't important in the grand scheme of nature! Wishing you the best with your fabulous garden, this is a great blog.

    I recently separated some hostas. I had one hosta that had 50 plants in one hole! I thought I'd never get them separated. I turned it upside down, washed off all the soil so I could see the root system and set out to cutting them apart with my hand pruners. I knew we were scheduled for several days of rain and I wanted to transplant them before the rain. I've been watching them all week and they are thriving like crazy. I'll take some photos once they start to open up.

    Sorry for being a blog hog! VN8

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  12. VN8- "God love the animals that make us realize that the things we fret over, really aren't important...." - Amen!

    Mathew- Hey thanks!

    Prospero- Love the "tragicomedy" comment. lol. I think Fenway's gonna make it!

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  13. A picture is most definitely worth a thousand words. LOL

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