Friends and Kitties!
At our house Scott is the Landscape Guru and I am the Instigator of Low Humor; occasionally these two things converge. Last Friday Scott had a ton of pond rock delivered for top dressing in our entryway. He called me at work when he was done:
Scott: So, I'm done with my rock project.
Me: Already? You don't mess around when you play with your rocks.
Me: So, how big are your rocks?
Scott: My rocks are all different sizes, and they're so heavy I need to use the wheelbarrow to move them!
Me: Don't trip on your rocks!
Scott: I won't. Don't panic Sheeb, but some of my rocks are broken.
And later, when I got home:
Scott: Come admire my rocks.
Feel free to tread upon them.
Me: Your rocks are multicolored!
They look great.
Scott: They're a little dull right now, my rocks look better when they're wet.
The project does look nice--since the entryway faces East and doesn't get much sun anything we* put in there gets spindly after a year or two. Scott moved the plumbago out of the archway planters (it didn't take) and put star jasmine in to grow up over the archway, and it's growing like crazy. We'd like a couple of big pottery pieces for accents, but we're still thinking about what--and it'll have to meet with Puffy Cat's approval.
|A close up of Scott's hefty rocks|
|The newly remodeled entryway|
More on that next Sunday...I promise.
Happy Sunday and have a Fun Week!
XX Sheebie XX
* That's a metaphorical "we".