It's all about me.
Haha that reminds me how one time we had some plants in garbage bags - kept meaning to plant them- and you guessed it-they planted themselves right through the bags-guess they are biodegradable :)
Lynn, that is funny! :)
My township offers leaf recycling drop-off. There is a sign which states, in big bold letters, "NO PLASTIC BAGS!"Apparently, many people where I live cannot read.
Al, do you wonder how some people made it to adulthood?
Just practicing for christmas decorating, maybe?
Pat, if that's their idea of Christmas decorating, it might be good they work there and not somewhere else.
Cute take of the trees :) Honestly, I like going to the dump (I know weird). Something about just dumping the stuff not needed can be freeing. The down side though it does fill up the dump.betty
Betty, I hate the smell. But, the seagulls seem to love it. There is just something strange about a bird with a name like seagull living in a land-locked state.
I can smell the bouquet from here. :)
T., I bet you can. It is quite potent.
I bet the fruit from those trees is nice :(
Jeff, you can't even imagine. Or, maybe you can.
I'm glad the seagulls are enjoying them!Julie
Julie, somebody should.
We have those!
Aren't they gorgeous, Susie?
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