A goose and a duck walked through a farm,
Holding each others wings like arms,
The farmer froze and watched them cross the yard,
His wife stock still and staring hard.
A dog started to bark loudly at the two,
It startled them so into the air they flew,
Past the farm and into the town,
It never occurred to them to look down.
Past the town and into the city,
The air smelled stale and slightly gritty,
They landed in a large flock of birds,
But neither could understand a single word.
Into the sunrise they set off the next day,
They didn’t have time for the slightest delay,
Side by side the flew through the air,
The city folk all stopped at once to stare.
Upon their return home to the farm,
The cold night air still and calm,
They flew into the barn to sleep,
Wings around each other not a peep."
- JUST BLOOMED TODAY
- GARDEN UPDATE
- WHAT A SILLY GOOSE!
- GARDEN GIGGLE
- GARDEN GAMES
- GARDEN GOODIES~ SHARE OUR GARDEN RECIPE #0019 CITRUS CLOUD FLOAT
More flowers on the topsy turveys and they are just thriving, which makes me extremely happy considering we both had to cool our heels(roots) since January.
This morning I was watering and the heat was not too bad yet and the sun was dancing on the soft breeze. The birds were getting busy and all of God's little creatures were working hard. Such peace and joy comes from one's garden. We hope you find it in your garden, too; if not, you can share ours!
WHAT A SILLY GOOSE!
One Mother Goose nursery rhyme asks a goose where it has wandered. No question exists as to where plastic and concrete goose lawn ornaments have wandered; they have flocked to America's front yards from coast to coast in the last 30 years.
GARDEN GOODIES~SHARE OUR GARDEN EXCLUSIVE RECIPE #0019 CITRUS CLOUD FLOAT
(1) can Shasta California Dreaming Orange Soda
(2) scoops Triple Berry Sherbet
(1) small seedless orange or tangelo
(1) sprig of mint
(1) fun bendy straw
In a very large glass, put two scoops of sherbet (hint! You can make your sherbet and ice cream easier to scoop if you put it in the microwave for about 1 minute first).
Slice the orange or tangelo and cut in towards the middle but not all the way thru to place slices on rim of the glass. I used a cute bendy straw and put a strawberry on the end and pushed it down so that the straw end was visible.
Then pour one can of the soda over the sherbet and let it foam up. Tuck a sprig of mint on top and you are ready to impress!