August 30th 2012 11:06 am
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Mom and dad have finally finished working in the front yard. I have to say it does look really good. They can now relax and not work so much, which means more play time for me!
Next summer they are going to be busy in the back yard to start making it look all pretty, too. I'll be really glad when they get everything done. Mostly because they will be able to spend more time with me and Molly, but also because we stay in the back yard so much during the summer that it will be nice to have some new and interesting things to look at and sniff. Mom better be careful about any plants she puts back there, though. I am a boy, after all, and you know what that means when I have to do my business. lol
I heard dad say they might put in some grass!! That would be so great. I don't think mom's too keen on the idea - mostly because it's kind of expensive to keep grass looking good. But, I think she's going to give in to dad and agree to put some in. I can hardly wait!
I know there will be some new trees - something called Chitalpa. They are supposed to be real drought and heat resistant. Mom and dad likes that. I also heard them say something about using recycled tires as flower beds. I'm not sure about that one - guess we'll just have to wait until next summer to see what they mean by that.
Any way, I hope you all have a great summer (what's left of it) and a great Labor Day weekend.
Wags and licks,
Patch! Yu will WUFF gwass! It r soft an' gween an' it smells weally gud!! AN' if it geds cut an' yu go out tu pway in yur yard, yur lil' paws will turn gween :D It r F-U-N!
lol - I know. I love the grass when we go to the park. Mom is allergic to it, though. That's why she has not wanted to put any in. But she knows it would be better for us pups. It will probably be a couple of years, though. There's so many repairs to do in the back yard. The fence needs replacing, the yard needs to be leveled and even the water faucet is broken. Mom and dad have to bring out water out from the kitchen.