Sunday, April 11, 2010

Guess what?

Digging a hole to transplant chives into is a lot easier if Someone isn't sticking their head in the hole to see what you are doing in their yard. Also, if you don't want the fut of your back leg getting stuck to your stomach, you shouldn't go about in the cockleburs.

8 comments:

kadezmom said...

ROFL...very true,very true! :)

Channon said...

Oh, I hate cockleburrs...

bruce said...

Curiosity cockled the kitty

momlee said...

You dare dig in her yard? Brave person. Granted, she isn't the cause of the cockleburrs - nasty things. Growing up in the southwest, they infested my socks regularly. Daily. Hourly. And "difficult to remove" is an understatement.

Bubblesknits said...

LOL

Anita said...

he he!

Jayhawk said...

Well, just no matter how distracted you may become by "someone" when planting chives, always remember, "Green side up." I would normally regard your ability to plant chives as obvious, but after recent cooking adventures...

Jayhawk said...

momlee,"Growing up in the southwest, they infested my socks regularly."

That's what boots are for.