Weeds Need Love, Too





MAKE IT STOP!!!:hissyfit:


  1. Angie says:

    It never stops. But that is why you have children….to do all the hot, sweaty, dusty, backbreaking chores we had to do when we were kids. Just think of the valuable lesson, not to mention colorful vocabulary, they will learn…. :mrgreen:

  2. mary beth says:

    It’s not going to stop unless you just let the weeds win. :no:

  3. Melissa says:

    Guess you could say you went to a HOE down. 😆

  4. Loreth Anne White says:

    Darn … now I have that tune in my brain. Hoe Hoe Hoe your boat …. (I know, I know, I seriously need som caffeine.

    Awesome pics Suzanne … you live in a slice of paradise.

  5. Marcy says:

    You can always lay old newspapers over the weeds and weigh them down with some soil. Without the sun the weeds die down and it also keeps moisture in the soil for the plants. The newspaper eventually breaks down into mulch. :thumbsup:

  6. Lis says:

    *nods in agreement*

    Peas look good though :o)

  7. Estella Kissell says:

    For every good(the veggies) there is an evil(weeds).

  8. Carol says:

    That’s a good idea, Marcy! I just wish the plants in my garden were as strong as the weeds! Weeds always come back no matter what I do!

  9. TeresaH says:

    quit hoeing around Suzanne! You’re making me tired…

  10. Michelle says:

    Two words: Round Up.

    🙂 :thumbsup:

  11. ruby55 says:

    Suzanne, a really clever use of the picture. It reals lets you see the little bit first and progressively how much there is to get the weeds done in. I can see you’re really making good use of your new toy…I mean acquisition.

    Loreth, your bit of the earth can’t be that bad either from what I read. Actually, my friend’s daughter is back in the Whistler area for the summer doing a play program for kids while the parents do some vacationing.

    But I do agree, except for the gardening and hoeing I’d love to be in Suzanne’s area. I grew up on the praire with only a little dip in the general flatness of the roads and a drop to the Assiniboine River on whose shore we had our house in Winnipeg. I know what Toni Anderson is going through especially with those lovely winters.:grin: