Doubleknot

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Thursday, March 16, 2006

Itching to Grow Something

With every thing going on with the kids this week never made it to Lowe's to buy my rake and some plants.
Oh my - just had a kitty love attack - he is still worried we are going to keep the kids around.

Landlord had his men 'mow' the yard yesterday - the guy used a weed eater since the neighbors yard was mostly weeds and we had very little grass. We have large oak trees and nothing will grow in our back yard which faces the street. But the front has sun and room to grow things in pots.

Steve has a doctor's appointment today they got him in earlier so he could see his same doctor who will be away next week. His daughter is going to ride with him in case she has to drive back and I get the kids again. I have to think up something to keep them amused that is not messy. The poor kitty will think we have new pets.

Steve fell off of the scaffolding on December 6, 2005 and is still facing weeks of physical therapy to get his arm back in shape.

His daughter is out of the hospital but as usual has to wait for test results but she is feeling much better.

Time for my second cup of coffee.

3 Comments:

At Thu Mar 16, 10:35:00 AM 2006, Blogger susan said...

It's that time of year, we are all itching to grow something! Your cat reminds me of ours, when the grandkids come, she goes hiding.

 
At Thu Mar 16, 11:00:00 AM 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It must be warmer down there than it is up here. I wouldn't dare put anything in the ground until after tax day for fear of a sudden snap freeze. How about growing some catnip for Moocher? F

 
At Thu Mar 16, 12:12:00 PM 2006, Blogger Abandoned in Pasadena said...

This is my 3rd try at leaving you a comment...something was wrong with your blogger comments..it gave me an error message. Something about bobcat.

So you will have the kids again. Maybe you could get them to help you plant flowers in the pots. Kids really like that and they will have something that they can watch grow & bloom and call their own over at your house. It's an outdoor project too. They might be more careful about picking the flowers too as they won't want to hurt their little plants.

 

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