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Friday, June 18, 2010

Double Welcome

Welcome to Uneek Designs, who creates in the true spirit of greening by using natural materials and original ideas. I, too, love all frogs, and toads. It is a legacy from my mother that we have all things frog. My terrariums are recovering from attach of the rogue racoons. They even lifted out a miniature ceramic tree house and set it firmly on the ground upright. Then, they dug under all the tiny things, the baskets, and benches, and little figures, the plants, and twigs made from branches, the adirondack chair that was an anniversary present from my sweet husband. So, I sounded retreat, and gathered the little things, and put in flowers instead, some lovely "midnight bells," which they proceeded to dig up the next morning. All this on a semi-covered deck attached to our house.

I did plant Swedish maples in the ravine, and am gathering coffee grounds to fertilize the other plants. And, our local ag extension office was correct; the critters did not go near by basil plant; they don't like the smell. I tried scattering dried blood, but I think the Racoon's think it's seasoning or something. Even the cat in residence does not sway our local wildlife. We are near a busy street,but have eagles,and a fox, a coyote, all kinds of rabbits, and squirrels. I feel as though I'm in the middle of Dr. Doolittle some days after weird wildlife enounters. I love animals, but they get their own terrariums.

Then again, nature is at its best, and the cat tails sway majestically, and there are purple bulbs on the chives planted in my ditch, and my pumpkins are thriving, some coming up wild. Our river is mangificent at this point, and it has inspired me to poetry that I entered in local contest. We'll see what happens. Happy Midsummer and Solstice from my pink netbook!

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