Loving One Another

How D’ya Save ‘Em?


You have a secret?

A way to save dying plants?

We brought them inside.

Don’t think that will work

The freezing, frosty weather

Got them ‘fore I did!

Poor Geraniums

Bit the dust with early frost.

How do you save ‘em?

 

I think that Derrick

Posts tantalizing flowers

Just to frustrate me!

Derrick wants me to

Feel like a total failure…

Those are HIS flowers!

 

And he posts

Gorgeous photographs of cows;

Maybe I should switch.

 

Perhaps saving cows

Is easier than flowers.

What do you think, huh?

portrait of cow standing in pasture

Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com

If a cow doesn’t produce,

Is it a Milk Dud

or an Udder Failure?

   

My flowers are toast.

Do you have some tips for me?

How do you save ’em?

 

71212928_756366374818358_1409176978816237568_oSee ya tomorrow.

 

Comments on: "How D’ya Save ‘Em?" (9)

  1. Sorry to hear about your flowers…I hope you can save them somehow.🙏🏼

  2. I googled your problem and perhaps it IS a bit too late. Looks like you have to deal with them BEFORE the first frost. Sorry, momma!

    Overwintering Bare-Root Geraniums
    Before the first frost, carefully dig up your geraniums, and shake all the dirt off the roots.
    Put them in unsealed paper bags, or hang them upside down, and store in a cool, dry place around 50° F (a garage is perfect).

  3. It would take more than me to make you a failure

  4. The non-producing cow lines made me laugh out loud!!!

    • I got a kick out of those cow lines, too. Not my originals… but writers have to be good at borrowing when we see something worth passing on, right? It was in an e-mail from an old high school friend who is always good for a laugh!

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