A Poem in My Pocket
Seismic Gardening

Something to Say

Weeds are nature's graffiti.

                           ---Janice Maeditere

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(And my lawn has plenty to say!)

Happy May!

I'm planning to spend lots of time in my garden today.
I won't be messing with my "graffiti," though.
(Because . . . secretly . . . dandelions delight me!)

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Mary

what a delightful photo - it makes me want to twirl around (and around!) Happy May indeed!

Vicki

I haven't seen any dandelions yet! A bedraggled dandelion bouquet in a chubby fist is one of the best things ever. ;)

Bonny

My husband spent last weekend digging dandelions out of the lawn and I worried that I wouldn't have any to wish on. I never should have underestimated them as they are back blooming in full force!

Patty

Great shot! Have fun today! TGIF!

Jo

I recently learned that dandelions are ambrosia and honey for bees! A great new perspective. Happy weekend in your garden!

Bonny

I had to share this breaking news with you; apparently May 2 is World Naked Gardening Day. (Google with caution.)

Debbie

Happy gardening! Yesterday, my dog decided to take a roll in a field of dandelions and they left a couple of yellow stains on her back...reminders of an extra special walk!

Maureen

Happy gardening! I can't wait to get out in mine this weekend...especially with warmer weather on its way! Naked gardening tomorrow...grab your sense of adventure and go for it! :) Have fun!!

Carole

My mother-in-law used to say, "who decreed a weed a weed?" and then she'd let them be.

margene

Bees love dandelions and they say they are a sure way to bring bees into your garden. I love their buttery yellow color and they even sale the greens in the grocery store! Hope your time in the garden feels good to your soul and yields beautiful results.

Rachel

I am with you but very loudly! I love how a big grassy area looks with them beuatiful dandelions decorating it!

Vivian

Ohhh.....yay. A gardener who expresses delight in the cheerful yellow dandelon. I (Not so secretly) love their brghtness on a still drab countryside in this neck of the woods. Plus...they actually thrive, unlike anything we plant on purpose. I simply do not understand why we don't congtatulate them on a job well done and let them be.

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