Two humans, two rabbits, 40,000 worms, and a really big deck.
Ilex (I love that you have a agri-nom),Seeing this photo and quote made me think of Garden Story on PBS?Have you been watching it?
Hey .. great bunch of recent posts ... I was out of touch too awhile. Love the egg-plant ... who'lda thought since you never mentioned it.Tomatoes will make it ... mine are still little green things!That's MY lawn!!!! well, at least in a dream long ago!
PJ, I haven't seen garden story. But I'll seek it out.Rabbit Saint, I know that's not your lawn. There are no buns on it. I saw on "Houseful" why you were out of touch. That looked like a fun, exhausting day.
Boyfriend tore our his lawn long ago to plant vegetables, right now in the front we have some tomatoes and Ronde de Nice Squashes, Leeks go in for the winter in a few weeks.........
HA! I love it!!!
Well. One has to admit that a roll in the grass is preferable to a roll in the hay.So the purging of sex isn't entirely true.Otherwise, yes! Kill the lawns! Make them bleed!
Excellent quote! I really should get his book.
I love the quote...@ fritz... HAHAHAHAHA! too funny
Great quote~! Ah, if TVs were thrown away and there were no lawns, there would be drama enough right in our own front yards :)I'm passing an award along to you from my site...your site is always a welcome stop..just love it!
I just love that Michael Pollan. Reading Omnivore's Dilemma actually changed my life. He is just amazing.
I could do with that lawn for extra vegeie space...A friend of my mothers was looking for a new house. She told the agent who was helping her find one that she only wanted one with a lawn tennis court....(what she didn't tell him was that was because she wanted to use it to keep chickens in !) Go granny!
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