...was great! Daddy decided to take a play-cation day today. That meant playing all day with Daddy. Yayyyy! But first we worked on cleaning the garden. We pulled weeds. We cut down the tomato plants. We stirred up the compost and spread the dirt around our yard. Now there is hardly anything left of our veggie garden. We cleaned up everything except for the parsley and the strawberry plants. Daddy said they will soon be going into pots to keep them safe until next year. I could still smell some of the goodness left behind by all our veggies from this year. I decided to double check the strawberry plant to make sure there wasn't any fruit. I felt a rain drop and it made me blink. Daddy said it was time to go inside. Our work for the day was done and it was time to wait for the rain to go away so we could go for our walk.
June 5, 2023
52 minutes ago
What a good helper you are in the garden, Teddy! Did you find any left-over veges?ReplyDelete
Love ya lots
Maggie and Mitch
What a grrrrreat day woo had!ReplyDelete
Woo are such a great gardener's assistant!
he stayed home all day to play? that sounds like an awesome thing to doReplyDelete
What a great surprise a play-cation day! I hope you do lots of fun things and get the chance to take at least one long walk. Hope the rain doesn't spoil your plans. Carpe Diem!ReplyDelete
Teddy, how great that you got to spend the whole day with dad! He sure is lucky to have such a great helper. Hey, how did you stay so clean and white with all that dirt?ReplyDelete
Thanks for the Barkday wishes - I had a great day!
Hope you and your family have a great New Year! The snow is coming down again here in sheets! And we're in Texas! Now we can play in the snow like you do. Whoopie! Well, for a little while anyway, it will be gone by tomorrow.
Riley and Star.
You had a wonderful crop of fruits and veggies this year! You have a good green thumb!ReplyDelete
Sure you had a pawesome working day with your Dad!
We had rain all day long!
Kisses and hugs
If you lived at our place you wouldn't be able to find the garden at all! It would be under about 2.5 feet of snow!☺ReplyDelete