Thursday, March 26, 2015

Garden Thursday

Hello and welcome to Garden Thursday. Still not too much happening. It got cold again, we had snow flurries on Monday and rain Wednesday early AM which slightly froze on the tree branches.
We are just hanging out in the back, Mum zips out to say hello and check on us, but then back in the house where it is warm.
We are snoopervising the slightly frozen bird bath. Maybe we will get bird-sicles!

Mum hung out the flying ribbons this past week. She didn't have any more wind socks in the metal monster room to use. So figured she might as well use this. We all like the bright colors and it goes in so many different directions in the wind.

 That is all for now. See you next week.

Love Virginger and Glimmer.

12 comments:

  1. Bird-sickles would make them easier to catch, wouldn't they? You two are great snoopervisors.

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  2. You two are definitely ready for spring! Minchie would love to play with those flying ribbons.

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  3. Those flying ribbons look fun to play with.

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  4. We agree with Flynn : it looks like a great toy ! Purrs

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  5. meowloz two ewe V & G !!! we think yur mums eye dea for a wind sox iz total kewl !!! her shuld open a shoppe & sell em ♥♥♥

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  6. Good to see ya!

    Megan
    Sydney, Australia

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  7. Wow, flying ribbons! That gives me an idea!

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  8. Maybe the birdies will go ice skating!

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  9. You has given our mom bean a furry good idea. You see the birds sometimes fly into the front window. (We find this furry interesting but it isn't furry nice for the birdies) She thinks if she gets a small one of these and puts it in front of the window...maybe the birdies will stay away!

    We sure hopes spring gets there soon! And here too. ;)
    Sasha, Sami & Saku

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  10. Such pretty flowing ribbons. Maybe those will attract warm birds and warm weather for you!

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  11. Yeah, we arent seeing much yet either. Crocuses are nice, but evrything else is late.

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