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Monday, December 3, 2012

Garden Assistant

Today was a beautiful day, one of the last few we will have as winter sets in. I decided to spend it working in the garden, doing some clean-up.  After I had been working for a while, a helper showed up.


Yes, it was the Neighborhood Lion, on his daily rounds. He claimed my weed bucket, but to be honest, he didn't really help much with the weeding.

 
He also stopped to smell the flowers, before stalking off.

 
He may or may not have been headed for the catnip. I'm not telling.

 
We are supposed to have one more good day before the cold rolls back in. I'll be out in the garden again tomorrow, trying to get the rest of the clean-up work done. And after that, it will be time to pull out the Christmas decorations. There's always too much to do this time of year, isn't there?

6 comments:

Jade said...

Neighborhood Lion on his Neighborhood Garden Watch. Mr. Mick disapproves; he says foo' cats know nowhere near as much as rabbits do about gardens and should stick to hanging out in trees or something.

Crafty Green Poet said...

what a handsome helper,

brandi said...

The Ginger Assassin strolling through his GREAT BIG DINING ROOM. Mick is right.
Last night I discovered that there is a Ginger Assassin living under my house. He only has HALF a tail, and it's floofy like a squirrel tail!

speedyrabbit said...

He was just popping by to say hello

speedyrabbit said...

Auntie Karen Please can you come by I have a special award for you,xxSpeedy

bunnits said...

Ah, Neighborhood Lion. We haven't seen you in a while. Glad to know you are helping Auntie Karen with her gardening and enjoying the fine weather. Our weather down here in Alabama is about as crazy as usual this time of year--normal early winter mildly cold or nights in the 30's or 40's with days in the 60's to 70's. We've had more 70's lately than usual, but the weather folk say that's not going to last much longer and things will be more like winter around here very soon.