We recently celebrated the Fourth of July. Pocket and I have been supervising our parents doing garden work for four months. Mommy says the gardens are still not ready to be shown online but Pocket and I disagree. We stole mommy’s camera and took the photos. Unfortunately we are not very tall so our pictures are all ground level.
This is a picture of the giant bicycle planter. We don’t know why there are plants riding a bike. We have stopped asking questions. We just hope the flowers look pretty.
This is the path that leads to the lighthouse. We don’t know why the lighthouse needs a path or who lives in the lighthouse. There are bird feeders and daddy says the path keeps seeds from creating weeds. We are hoping to catch the elves who live in the house.
This is our front, rock garden. We like to pee near hear. We bark at that rabbit everyday but it never moves. I hate that darn rabbit.
You can see Saint Anthony walking through our main garden. We don’t bark at him. He is nice but a little intimidating.
The famous Foley Memorial Garden. At the bottom right is her memorial stone and the pink roses are from my daddy’s grandfather’s garden. The rose bush is over 80 years old. This is the first year it has been in Foley’s garden.
Can you see the little green tomato? Mommy is very proud of her tomatoes. This is the second year she has grown them. I hope we can get some when they become ripe.
This is another picture of St Anthony’s Garden from the other side.
Lucy and Ricky’s Mom Pam sent our mom some seeds on Mother’s Day. Those seeds have sprouted into the little red flowers you can see in this picture
Our front garden has pink flowers and let’s everyone know whose house this is.
But a closer look shows who this house really belongs to.