One of us smells of wee…


I swear its not me.  I think its Bud – he does occasionally get one of his front paws involved in the whole wee wee process – really.  It is a bit hard to tell though when you’re sniffing the bottom of your own trousers or Bud’s paws when they are in such close proximity to each other.  Anyhoo I’ve given his paws a thorough wipe so I think we’re good – unless of course it is me.

And we managed to get into the wee wee smelling position because I felt energetic enough to take him for a walk, I took it extra easy over the weekend although did manage some ironing and plenty of crocheting – more on that tomorrow – the crocheting not the ironing obviously.

So its that time of the month again so here’s the pics from out the front of our house…




Needless to say we haven’t made a whole lot of progress in the gardening department however since I was insanely jealous of Lorna’s veggies, ana’s small veggie garden and I’m not even touching the veritable market garden thing that Roo’s got going on I managed to acquire a couple of tomato plants from the neighbour who was troubled by our weeds.  I was so going to brag, brag, brag because my tomato plants were so much better looking than Lorna’s one which looked like it was almost ketchup already and there they are, or rather were as at 3 June…

and here they are as at today…

I did ask B to water them eventually and apparently he did ONCE!

Whilst on the subject of photos when I left the hospital on Friday I got my meds from the ward so I didn’t have to wait for the pharmacy.  The nurse came over with a cute stripey bag and when I commented on it she said what I thought – it looked like an old fashioned sweetie bag which could contain sherbert lemons, bon bons, aniseed twists, etc.  Mmmmm, wouldn’t you like one?


Well, let’s take a look at the other side…


I, for one, think I’m on a diet!



6 responses to “One of us smells of wee…

  1. Maybe that bag solves the puzzle of where the wee smell is comimg from. ;o)

    I never bother planting a garden. The rabbits, squirrels, chipmunks, skunks, and groundhogs get it all just as it’s getting near ready to pick. Our new neighbors planted
    a bunch of tomato plants on the other side of the fence. They’ll learn soon that the
    critters will eat well but they’ll be eating store bought all summer.

  2. Yes, well, no need to be jealous of my garden. The rabbits / deer /pigeons / moles/ badgers / wildebeests have eaten the lot except a few very sad looking courgettes 😦
    I do have some broad beans… but the black fly are after them.
    Thanks for all your comments! 😀
    Be well! And wash your trousers.

  3. Little wee…….ed. Don’t tell me, your tomato plants are called Bill and Ben.

  4. i was a bit, or should i say *wee* bit, concerned when i saw that my blog was linked to something entitled “one of us smells of wee” — you never disappoint though. and yeah, i’d say that bag holds lemon drops. it’s really a cruel place, isn’t it? carrying around bags like that and calling their volunteers candy stripers? talk about a spoonful of sugar, we’re not fooled though 😛

    can’t wait to hear about your ironing! photos please 😉

  5. also, your tomato plants are rocking!

  6. We-e are glad to see that summer is in full swing with the views of your trees and dee-lighted you are feeling better enough for some ‘walkies.’ Continuing to intend improvements in all areas… as ever!

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