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Friday, April 5, 2013

birthday week = NEW TOYS!


I have WANTED IT ALL winter and knew that I would get it on my birthday week:  a new weed whacker OH YES.
It is well known that I am the WORST gardener ever, so my new gardening philosophy shall be:  kill them all! Hahaha...ha.  Also useful it there was a zombie attack, right?  Shred!

In other news, I made a house number plaque for Nook's family.  It is just this little clay doodle but when I saw it in the kiln I was like "OH!  It turned out so well!"
Have a great weekend...



Speaking of NEW TOYs...

 

7 comments:

Lori Buff said...

Oh, you're going to have fun with that new toy.

The address tile looks great, people should order some from you.

smalltownme said...

You're so whacky!

B. Rogers, Living in Black Mountain said...

Is it electric? HOpe so...those gas ones not only make lots of noise, are heavy, and stink! Enjoy your birthday youngster!

bartster said...

I'd like to get a cordless electric trimmer....I've tried the gassy ones and the ones with loonnnnggg extension cords.

The address tiles are way cool! happy weekend

Gary's third pottery blog said...

I had a cordless whacker and it never had much energy and did not last very long. This one is electric and I got 100 feet of cord for like 13 bucks to go with it. it has terrific energy and is very light, quiet, no gas, no battery :) I highly recommend it so far!

Michèle Hastings said...

Nice new toy! We have an electric one and it works great. A gas one would be nice for those hard to reach places but we manage to do just fun.

Sandra Kohlmann said...

Laughed out loud that you were waiting all winter for a weed whacker. I worked for the Green Bay park department one summer, and got more than my fill of weed whacking!

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