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Thursday, May 8, 2008

My Mother's Green Thumb

Speaking of my green thumb, my mother happen to send me this really cute photo of her two Bichon's and foster Bichon (I think she'll keep him) this afternoon. The photo is about the dogs, but I noticed her container herb garden looks beautiful in the background. She has a green thumb and I didn't inherit it. You can see each herb has a label. She has a few more pots hidden by the door frame. Her plants are so full! In the backgroud, near the fence the planted garden goes all the way around the yard and looks great.

That little Bichon has a cute name, too. It's Cheechers. She is involved with small paws rescue, a non-profit dedicated to finding homes for Bichons.

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