Saturday, September 15, 2007

my gardeners- better known as the Breakfast Club

oh my, see how the babies have grown...
now they can help prune the roses,
the apple trees,
and the raspberries
along with Mom & Dad, Uncle 4 point and Auntie Rosebud
and all the various relatives and cousins.
Good morning to my Breakfast Club

9 comments:

BECKY said...

The breakfast club, I love it...
I don't think I will be catching my munchers anytime soon. They are quite sneaky around here.
But boy what great vittles they have over at your place.
Great shot,
Smiles,
Becky

Nancy said...

Oh I am envious of your breakfast club. How fun it must be to watch them eat and play. How precious God's creation is.
Nancy

Storybook Woods said...

I love it, that is quite a club !!!! Clatrice

Mrs. Staggs said...

Oh my goodness! They are beautiful, and certainly befitting of such a wonderful place to dine. It must be frustrating occasionally though, to see your roses and raspberries gone. Vicki at Turkey Feather's has posted a recipe that her husband concocted to keep the deer from her roses. It worked...all summer long!

Miss Maddie's said...

I know they can be quite damaging at times but they are also endearing.Unlike we humans they know little about fences, except they're to jump.The delectible goodies on the trees and bushes are for snacking.I bet the grandbabies get a kick out of them though!
PS I love that creature at the top of the page.She has that look in her eyes.You know the one that comes from centuries of wisdom! Susan

Katie said...

I love it mom! When you explained it to me, I pictured just that way. I rarely see our landscapers in the act, but I see they've been there. this morning, they pulled out petunias, but didn't eat them. Must've been just trying them out...Your picture is too cute, with all those little deer hineys.

Cathy Louise said...

It is so amazing how time flies... Look at these beautiful creatures that you share your home with, you are very blessed..
Love Cathy

lauren said...

ahhhh, what a sight to wake to!

:)

Donna O'Brien said...

How did I miss this post? Beautiful!!
D.