My Life With Flyball Dogs
Oh, beautiful! I can understand why you can't wait :)
Same here! You take lovely pictures!
My garden is still, well, piles of dirt mostly. We have had a cold spring. It was nice looking at your last year's garden!RRRuFF!Sam
Woof! Woof! Us too ... Happy W W. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar
Oh wow - Mom would be so happy to have those flowers in her garden. We have our first tomato's growing already and they even have little tomato's on them!
What lovely pictures! Wish our garden grew like that! Koira is so good-looking! Glad we stopped by!
Again? I'd love my garden to look like that EVER! It would probably help if I didn't let Parker dig in it...
Okay first of all...what lovely specimens in your garden...I LOVE LOVE LOVE Dahlias...now..onto the matter of your dogs...I LOVE LOVE LOVE the photo of your dog with the cat...what a beautiful illustration of the compassion that animals can show to one another.Thank you for sharing that with us.
We're moving soon, so we won't be planting anything this year. I will have to live vicariously through yours! Nothing beats a fresh tomato. :)
We are with you there!! Bring the Dahlias and the Tomatoes...Yay!!Wyatt and Stanzie
Gorgeous photos! I just wish it would quit raining for a day or two! (And all 4 dogs definitely agree.)
Spectacular photos. My tomatoes are doing well, but gardening is minimal this year--just too busy!Thanks for stopping by http://www.allthingsdogblog.com to introduce yourself. I just dropped by to give you an award. Congratulations! You can grab the award badge from the post. Check it out here: http://www.allthingsdogblog.com/2011/05/versatile-blogger-award-for-me.html