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My newest hosta lover

Posted by almosthooked none (My Page) on
Fri, Jul 27, 12 at 0:33

Sitting in the garden tonight was our cat Coco checking out the praying hands and yes she does have a kitty liter box( hopefuly not in my flowerbeds)Leo checking out green fried tomatoes for new growth


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RE: My newest hosta lover

Ah your animals want to help you. :)

Well, hopefully you won't have the dog follow the path of a German shepherd we had years ago. I planted a really nice peach tree. A couple of days later, I look out the kitchen window to see the dog running down the yard with the tree in his mouth, balanced nicely, not hurt, but his to play with.

Ah yes. your dog, a boxer I think? is only a little smaller than our dog was.....and a hosta in your garden will be an easy one to dig......good luck!!!!

Incidentally, your cat is gorgeous, poised there. Your garden is beautiful.


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No Leo is a mini daschund who we got as a rescue and was born with no tail but we love him anyway. His main interests are hunting(squirrels), fishing(goldfish) and fetching his tennis ball. No they are not related
Thanks ML as in reference to the garden. It is showing growth and looks better each passing day. Can hardly wait for next year as it grows bigger,


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RE: My newest hosta lover

Awwww....

:-)

Deanna


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RE: My newest hosta lover

That's an adorable picture almosthooked.
Cher


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