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Mar 19, 2011

Armed for Gardening

Let's see.....gloves-check, trowel-check, hat-check, seeds-check, plow-check, watering hose-check.........
What am I missing?  Oh, yea......shotgun-check.....you never know when some critter might appear to do you bodily harm.
Welcome to my meager garden in the country.  Let's hope something grows so that mom and I can enjoy the fruits of my labor, so to speak.
We have lots of deer around so I'm hoping this little fence will hold them off. I know it will keep the rabbits out.


Barb said...

You just crack me up...laughing right now....

JustCindy said...

lol I nearly fell in the floor laughing. Hubbykins saw the first photo and said "Snakes?" You need a strap for that shotgun so you can sling it over your back.

Gene Black said...

After the story of you brothers and the "wild hog" I think that shotgun is a good idea.

I hope you have great abundance from your garden spot.

Pat said...

Oh, I know the shotgun is a necessity. I recall that snake that was pestering you (think it was last year??) Maybe you need some serious boots, too...I'm just sayin'

Joanne Lendaro said...

You are fabulous!!! I love the outfit, gun and all!! thanks for brightening my day, and I'm wishing you the best of growing seasons!

Julie said...

Love, love, love the shotgun picture! :0) Good luck with your garden. I planted onions today.

kheli said...

If I were a critter, I would hi-tail it outta thar! We worked outside on our meager city garden as well! Nothing like home-grown-tomatoes.

Kathy said...

Oh Rhonda, this is priceless and so YOU my friend!!!! Hope your crops do well!

Debbie M said...

You forgot your Hot Mama chicken Lovin' apron! Don't you just love those gloves??? My hubs planted some onions where the hay was stacked this winter but it is still a bit early for anything else yet--good luck!


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