Monday, August 30, 2010

Gardening Is A Talent Requiring Super Human Skills

Whenever a submission to entered into play in The Yard Art Game, I reply  with the understanding  that yard has been received and placed in the holding queue for future scoring (well I reply in some fashion and the reporter eventually figures out the process). If you do not receive a comment from me, please resubmit or send me a nasty note for ignoring your hard earned reporting.

Diane comments and submits: love the welcome rock.
Lifeshighway comments and acknowledges effort: They have the same gardening skills as I do!
Diane having the last word and pretty much writing my entry for me: HAaaaa the rock should say 'welcome to my pathetic garden of 3 sh*tty tomatoes'

I have nothing funnier to say. Damn you clever field reporters!

Score
  • Squirrel with cherished nut: 1 point
  • 2 cherubs with tiny birdbath (maybe for dragonflies): 1 point
  • Frog with umbrella (which seems pointless given the condition of the crops): 1 point
  • Teeny turtle: 1 point
  • Violin playing frog: (drowning out the tomato screams): 1 point
  • Welcome rock (hmph, I still have nothing better to say): 1 point
  • 3 tomatoes plants not in the best of health: 0 points

Subtotal: 6 points


Creativity Bonus

For the fiddle playing frog and for the awesome gardening skills: 2 points

Total: 8 points

a much better gardener with a good 5 year plan:

7 comments:

  1. I wonder is Selina is available for our next garden club meeting?

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  2. Selina is a gardener of rare talent, I think she would make a great addition to your gardening club, Tufa Girl.

    Laura, It is sad. Everyone knows you put your pitiful gardening growing attempts in the backyard. shesh amateurs.

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  3. Those are also the sorriest excuse for shutters I have ever seen in my life.

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  4. eventer79, obviously they will not be used when a typhoon blows in. But then again,I believe my shutters are permently afixed to my house.

    You can see what happened, they wanted shutters and they wanted those 2 carriage lights. But they wanted shutters... what to do, what to do...

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  5. Maybe they have a Selina-style crop in the back, but want to appear to be garden challenged. Maybe the 3 sh*tty tomatoes are just a ruse.

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  6. Whew! I'm glad I'm not the only one with whom Diane has the last word!!!

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