Saturday, July 19, 2008

Shopping??

You know, when most girls go shopping and are going to splurge, it's for shoes, or handbags, a little bling, perhaps. Guess I'm not most girls.

When I go shopping, it's for...



mulch! An entire dump truck full of mulch!

That's a lot of mulch!

I know, you are all jealous of my huge pile of shredded wood! Bet you all want to rush right out here and help me move all of this to the flower beds with a big wheelbarrow! Please?!?

But, I did contribute to the cost of this pile with my "farm sales" of pink tomatoes... All $8 worth!



Oh, and Stud Muffin wanted me to share this:

A basket full of spaghetti squash.

Oh, not that I have a basket of spaghetti squashes (that I grew myself, ::boast, boast::) but that I have stored them in HIS closet!



WHAT???? Is this not right??

13 comments:

Thalia said...

Just thought I'd let you know... Jennifer Nelson is engaged to that very hunky Australian of hers!!

Love you!

Marcia said...

You're too funny. It's nice to have something you love doing like gardening. I'm glad you had such a good visit with the girls.

Catty Ax Lady said...

Okay, first off, WHY is that man's closet so clean??? Secondly, get him some more pants! Third, I've never seen more delicious-looking tomatoes in my life (cough cough, hint hint) lol. And last, I'd be down in a nanosecond to help you mulch whatever it is you're going to mulch. Alas, at this point, I'd be the one being hauled around by the wheelbarrow, as opposed to actually hauling something else in it.

Lisa said...

I've been dreaming of a dump truck load of compost myself, but it's gone up 50% over last year, so I'm not sure I'll get that big of a load this year.

Lisa said...

Alright, Kelly, true be told, this is not his only closet!! This is the overflow. I think he has more clothes than I do! And i would so send you some tomatoes, but one thing i have learned about heirloom maters is that they don't store well!

And Lisa, I would love a truck load of compost, but that is way out of my budge. Plus, i don't trust the folks around here not to put icky things in the compost. I would rather make my own, even if I am slow!

Brenda Jean said...

I too love mulch. For my birthday I asked for a yard of topsoil and plants. What can I say? Dirt is good. BAHAHAHA I'm glad I found your blog:)

Lisa said...

Welcome, Brenda! Glad to meet you and I am looking forward to reading your blog!!

MarmiteToasty said...

Sod the shopping for shoes etc, I HATE that lol give me mud and soil and bark and plants any old day :) - dam, I really need to start being a bit more girlie girlie now in life lmfao.... fart, belch, scratch :)

Fank you fank you so very much for the get well card, it so made me smile :)

x

Celticspirit said...

What did you end up doing with all that mulch? Doesn't everyone store spaghetti squash in the closet????

I hope you are having a good weekend!

Lisa said...

Barb~ Most of the mulch is right where I left it! I has been so beastly hot and humid here that I haven't gotten very far on moving it around.

Anonymous said...

new blog please!!!!!

MarmiteToasty said...

I was a greedy cow today, knowing I have painful physio I stopped at the shop in the village on me way to the hospital and I bought a big bar of white chocolate 'dream' LOL...... and as I was strapped into 'The Chair' I opened it and ate the lot LMFAO..... it took the pain away for a few minutes.... me physio so laffed..... I love white chocolate more then any other....

See, if you aint gonna post a new post them I might just have to keep coming over here and post a load of rubbish in the comments box LMFAO

x

Anonymous said...

you go Marmy!!!!!!!give her trouble for waiting so long to send a new blog. She is LAZY!!!!!