19 June 2012

No Water Required



We were looking round the garden after all
the torrential rain of the last few weeks




and Hannah looked into one of the blue pots




She shouted Mum meowing




there's no need to get the watering can out the plants are still swimming!

27 comments:

  1. Wow, I wish you could have sent a little rain our way! It is too dry here and the fire department always gets worried when that happens.

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  2. Amazing Hannah!! Yay for snoopervising mum in the garden!!! Your blue pots are looking wonderful! Hugs too to sweet Lucy! Take care
    x

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  3. Very wet here in Sweden too !
    So no need to give any plant´s water here either :)

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  4. So much rain! We are all beginning to feel a little mouldy!

    Purrs,
    The Chans

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  5. Oh Hannah, you make such a good gardener. We just know you are a huge hep to your Mom. Looks like Miss Sunshine has come to visit you.Have a great day

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  6. Were they doing the back stroke, Hannah?? ;)

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  7. Wewere like that too, girls, but now we have sun every day. xoxox

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  8. Your Mum will have more time to pet you girls today!

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  9. What marvelous photos! And what a terrific birthday you ladies had, yes?

    We love ALL your photos and posts. Fun reading!

    Marilynn, Grace & Company

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  10. Good eyes Hannah. I have to constantly watch my Mommie also. She is always overwatering the plants!

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  11. Ah, such a great help in the garden you are, Hannah! Your flowers are beautiful!

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  12. Good supervising pretty Hannah!!!

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  13. It's the same here Hannah. Mum has got some of the smaller pots in bigger outer pots to stop them blowing over in the wind, but because they don't have drainage, she saw the water was right to the top and the leaves were going yellow. At least we are getting nice warm sunshine today.

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  14. We get rains like that and then nothing for days! Feat or famine as mom says!

    Cats of wildcat woods

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  15. Yup! Same here! Our plants are doing the front crawl and the back stroke and treading water too! Luckily today there is a bit of sun although tomorrow we are back to rain :(


    the critters in The Cottage xo

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  16. That's a lot of rain! We sure could do with some rain, though.

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  17. Wow, if there's that much water in the pots, maybe you can catch some FISH! :)

    Hugs to you, sweet pals!

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  18. Glad to see you beautiful girls stayed dry!...xoxo...Calle, Halle, Sukki

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  19. Looks like you have your very own garden pond! I think maybe it needs a few koi fish, though -- to really make it suit you.

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  20. poor little guys, I hope they don't drown!

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  21. You are so right. we have much the same here too.. You look good against that blue pot.. Hugs GJ xx

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  22. We are also having a wet summer and more to come this week!

    purrs
    >^,,^<
    ♥Abby♥Boo♥Ping♥Jinx♥Grace♥

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  23. Rain rain go away, come back when the plants are dryer! Good catch, Hannah!

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  24. Where would your mum be without you?

    Mr. Chewy is an online pet store (in Canada perhaps?) and they have all kinds of good cat foods with no by products and favors like duck and vishus deer.

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  25. Harooo Hannah and Lucy! :D So nice of you to come by and say Howdy :) I read both your stories. I'm so glad your Mom decided to adopt the two of you together! Yay! Happy Happy Happy furever home :)

    I've read so many blogs lately that have said they're getting oodles of rain. Course we just did here in Florida too BOL. No drought this year! :)

    Waggin at ya,
    Roo

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