Sweet Tennessee!

Sweet Tennessee!

August 20, 2013

Two Snails and a Big Badger



A Short Tail.. ahem..Tale

In his friends' absence.. Big Badger Lee holds down the fort!
He watches their small cabin, which for him is way too short..
It's built for two snails,
And with wood joints; not nails!
Badger Lee he likes to build, not for work, but for sport!  :)

Duke Larry and Tammy are hiding out in Philly!
But they make solid plans, and don't go willy nilly..
They love their steak and cheese!
Unlike Lee, they have no knees..
While Agent Snee looks in wrong places, 'cause he's so darn silly..

Badger Lee's bum knee is great and good as new!
He no longer has to limp, so for him it's do do do!
But he likes to put his feet up..
And drink a beer with his supp..
He loves to cook, plus he puts Guinness in his stew!

He misses Tammy.. she's a good friend and likes to bake!
She makes every kind of pie, pastry and super delicious cake!
He also misses Duke Larry..
Perhaps he needs a pretty badger to marry?
Then he can build he and his sweetheart a log cabin by the lake!

Mary R.


I love these roses!  I don't see this color very often.  They're fresh and crisp, yet soft and lovely at the same time!  Have a great Wednesday, and i'll be back...

     Mary











20 comments:

  1. aww. hope mr. badger can find a lady soon.

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  2. Is there a lady badger in Big Badger Lee's future? He sounds like such a nice badger. :-)

    Lovely, lovely roses!

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    1. He's a very nice, hard working badger. And i think a beautiful wife wiil show up soon! :)

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  3. Those rose make me think of Brussel Sprouts.

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    1. They make me think of them too!

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  4. I hope Badger Lee is going to meet a pretty Badgerette soon? Your roses are gorgeous, I love pale or white roses the best well sometimes I like them the best :-0

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    1. Yes.. yes he is! And yes, i like this color rose too. My my favorite of anything can change daily! Lol

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  5. Chuckling. Debra is right. Never thought of brussel sprouts until she said it. LOL!!! Poor Mr. Badger. He needs to find himself a fine young lady. Keeping my fingers crossed.
    Mary

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    1. I thought of those too! But the roses smelled much better. Trust me. Lol.

      And yep, Big Badger Lee will soon get hitched!

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  6. I thought they were baby Brussels Sprouts! What kind of rose is that, Mary? Very unusual looking.

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    1. That's what i thought of too when i first saw them! These were at the farmers' market back in June. I didn't think to ask what kind, but definitely should have. :)

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  7. Those snails really get around! Heehee!

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  8. I just got off the phone - speaking with a gentleman who puts Guinness in his stew . . . How fun is that???
    You're right - those are lovely roses.

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    1. It's fun AND yummy! I've made it with Guinness in a few times. Sometimes i put it in my chili too.. and my shepherd's pie! :)

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  9. I too thought the roses looked like brussel sprouts too. : ) I don't think I've eve seen green roses.

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    1. This was only the second time i've seen them, and both times at different farmers' markets. Not growing in anyone's garden that i personally know. :) They're beautiful, but they sure are unique. :)

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  10. Beautiful color, really.
    Greetings

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