Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Unless it's a Bully Stick Tree, I'm not Impressed

I walked out this last week to see the BP playing in the yard, but then I also saw that mom had some shovels, and she was moving dirt from the yard into MY pit!!

Umm...what the crap mom?!?!?!

Apparently, mom has decided to start a garden, which I find quite funny, since she can't grow pretty flowers. I inspected the area for these new "gardens" or as I call them, dirt piles of plant death.

I mean, seriously mom, what are you thinking?? Vegetables? And filling in my pit!?!? Pfft.

No need for words here....

So I just plopped down my pretty fluffy but and told her what I think of this....

Mom said these raised beds (dirt piles of death) will grow tomatoes, basil, squash, okra, strawberries and lettuce. I think she should just save her time and money and buy me some more bully sticks, but I'm humoring her. She did use a saw and all, so that's a little impressive...but not much. Let's see how this adventure goes!


  1. Wow let us hope mum gets a bumper crop of veggie this Autumn for all her hard work. Have a terrific Tuesday.
    Best wishes Molly

  2. Oh wow! My Ma is envious of your mom's raised dirt pits of plant death. She thinks they are fabulous. I'm with you though...if they aren't planting dog treat plants, then who cares.

  3. OMD That is Super.... Just the Right Height for you to EASILY SCORE some nice fresh Veggies... when they are ripe and ready fur Picking.... that was sooooooo nice of your mom to do fur YOU...

  4. lets just hope the bugs don't more than you do :) :)

  5. Our Mom really wants to do some raised beds but she still doesn't trust Lightning not to get in them and DIG. She would just love to have some fresh grown tomatoes. Good luck to your MOm with her garden - we hope she is very successful.

    Woos - Phantom, Ciara, and Lightning

  6. Now that be some fancy building your mom did there and yes, I is furry impressed by that. Howefur, if'n your mom has a thumb anywhere near as black as my mom's, yes, dirt piles of death fur sure. When my mom tried that when I was a youngun, as soon as she would turn her back I would pull the plants out by the roots and run through the yard with them trying to save their lives! Because of that mom finally gibbed it up, turned in her garden shovel, she did. So, girfurriend, if'n you wants your pit back, you knows what you gots to do, BOL.