Sunday, 6 November 2011

A wet and muddy walk around the garden


I love the fact that these beans come in pairs


I Have a Little Frog

I have a little frog
His name is Tiny Tim,
I put him in the bathtub,
To see if he could swim,
He drank up all the water,
And gobbled up the soap!
And when he tried to talk
He had a BUBBLE in his throat



I have planted three sorts of Tomatoes

So far two have fruit

The lemons have started to turn yellow

The daisies have started to bloom

Is that a penguin I see amongst the Morning glory

7 comments:

  1. LOL--love the frog poem! And it's sure nice to see green and growing things! We've had a stretch of nice weather, but I' sure that Old Man Winter is just about ready to let loose.
    Enjoy your flowers (and keep sharing---PLEASE!)
    :)

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  2. Your garden is looking good Cathy!

    What a cute little frog. It would be nice to find one of those in my garden.

    Doesn't the garden love the rain, mine goes crazy with a bit of moisture from the heavens.

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  3. Your frog reminded me that I meant to do another post on frogs.
    We woke up to a peculiar squealing in the kitchen and ran out to find that one of the cats had bought in another frog, poor thing it was petrified but all in one piece. Polly the mummy cat must have bought it in softly in her mouth like a kitten.
    I didn't know that frogs let out squeling noises like that.
    Needless to say we put it in a safe place and it hopped away.
    Lovely photos again, thanks
    Briony
    x

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  4. Your blog has a new look. I like the new wallpaper. I wish we have that bean growing in our garden as well. Imagining many kind of dishes we can prepare with it. Nyum. Hope those tomato ripen quickly for you.

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  5. So nice to see all that green! Love your little frog & poem! Your morning glories are so much darker than mine, I imagine they come in many shades, but yours are extra pretty!

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  6. Great post. Glad somebody's garden is still going. Mine is put to bed.

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  7. your garden is beautiful especially when it's wet and muddy...love your garden frog and the poem...colorful morning glories and daisy's

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