Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Wordless Wednesday: Around the Yard












15 comments:

Big Shamu said...

That wascally wabbit!!

Dani said...

Shamu, that little stinker has had a field day in my garden! It should be thanking it's lucky stars that I'm such a sweetie.

threecollie said...

Beautiful! And so tempting! (Except the rabbit...he is all yours. lol)

Dani said...

ThreeCollie, you are so bad! :0

Prospero said...

I'm glad you're such a sweetie. That last shot is really nice.

Darla said...

Beautiful quiet walk around your garden.

Floridacracker said...

You really have a green thumb!

chickory said...

awesome!! great riches.

Big Shamu said...

I know you're a sweetie but I hope you're at least making it hard for Bugs?

Dani said...

Prospero, I saw those Black Eyed Susans at the nursery last week, and I couldn't resist. Such pretty, happy colors.

Darla, thanks for comin' along!

FC, and I still can't grow marigolds! Somethings wrong with that.

Shamu, no, not usually. I got fussed at by Hubs over the weekend for moving the slugs instead of killing them. Now the huge, flying cockroaches are a different story. They turn me into a screaming, hysterical ball of mush.

Anonymous said...

Hi Dani..I love your pics! I just want to let you know that i didn't receive the pics of Alana.

Jenn

Anonymous said...

Is that sunflower real? FC, the girl is 'way passed green thumb.More later my computer is in a snit tonite. Have a good rest of the week.
love you Mom

Big Shamu said...

(giggling at the hysterical ball of mush) Aren't they just the ugly ducklings of the butterfly world?

Dani said...

Jenn, I'll try again after while. :)

Mom, you need to check online and see if there's any good deals right now for computers. Love you.

Chickory, I wish y'all lived closer so we could share the garden goodies.

Shamu, I don't know, but they're still horrible!

Sue said...

You had some wonderful things going on in your yard, but I hope that rabbit didn't eat too much. Those peppers were pretty, and I hope that's the kind of black eyed Susan I have planted as annuals here.