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Monday, April 30, 2012

Mosaic Monday new life in our plant family

Mosaic Monday



 The first bloom on my topsy turvy tomato  plants.
Top left petunia in the bottom of the topsy turvy hummingbird attractor pot.
2nd left petunias in the to of the pot.
Old faithful hens and chicks.
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Wonderful weekend with our daughter and family over the week-end.
Got to know our granddoggies better.
Well a little better
Poppy and Gibby.
There was a lot of yapping going on.
Our daughter tried to tell me they were just happy to see us but I got the feeling they were jealous.
After everyone but me had left the house for the day this morning they acted more hospitable.
They are spoiled rotten.
Can't help it they are too cute.









8 comments:

Vee said...

Your topsy-turvy plants are working out well thus far. That's good to know. Cute grandpuppies.

black eyed susans kitchen said...

Nice mosaic...that topsy turvy tomato never ceases to amaze me!!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

You'll be getting some wonderful tomatoes this summer! Love those sweet puppies, too!

Ima Weed said...

Tomato blooms already !! It's going to be fun to see your updates on this one. And those doggies really are too cute.

EG CameraGirl said...

Your granddoggies are very cute, Sorry they were jealous! Tomato flowers already? WOW!

My Little Home and Garden said...

Those are sweet-faced little dogs; it's a pity they were a bit jealous!
As for the tomatoes, those fresh from the vine are the best. Enjoy your day!
-Karen

Mary Howell Cromer said...

Yum, home grown tomatoes, does not get much better than that. I cannot have them here, too much shade, grrr. What cute pup-cubs~

tony said...

Wow! Those Pups Are Cute!