Giro bouquet

With the Giro finally in the history books, Herself and I decided to spend the morning upgrading a few of the empty pots cluttering up El Rancho Pendejo. We also finally got around to installing our shrine to the Egyptian feline goddess Bastet. Field Marshal Turkish von Turkenstein (commander, 1st Feline Defense Regiment), and his aide-de-camp Miss Mia Sopaipilla had complained that we were hampering their freedom to worship as they choose, and their protests are rough on the carpets.

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7 Responses to “Giro bouquet”

  1. Libby Says:

    Fight for Pink! The flowers look great in those nifty pots. I can’t believe it has been two years since the move. I’m sure the spirit of Chairman Meow traveled with you. I associate that statue with him.

    I checked in at LUG towards the end of the stage. Many thanks to Charles and you for your sterling coverage and Dogged inspiration and commitment. Arreviderci!

  2. Sharon Says:

    Plants make people happy. They really do – some plants more than others in fact.

    I came up with that slogan and tried to get my neighbor across the street to use it for his nursery. Not sure he thought it was as clever as I did…

  3. Pat O'Brien Says:

    We like petunias. I think we will follow your lead next week.

  4. larry brown Says:

    R.I.P. Turkish von Turkenst.

  5. Steve O Says:

    No petunias here.

    Just this weird weed that no one can kill.

    Turns out it’s good for something, though.

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