Wonder Wench Writes

I am trying to console my Louie-Louie Lad ‘cause his grass disappeared.  He planted a nice little grass field and it grew very nicely – and then it disappeared.  Just like that.  So did Randy’s, our next door neighbor, but that isn’t enough to make the Lad smile.  He wants his grass back.  The weather, however, isn’t going to cooperate.  He will just have to wait until next year.  If he can.  He is, after all, just a guy …

 Those of us who are Louie-Louie lasses understand that “they” don’t take disappointment easily.  But most of them smile so sweetly that we can overlook the bumps in their roads.

 Even our great granddaughter Cecelia understands that the male population has a limited attention span when it comes to being the gardener in our worlds.  They want what they planted to grow.  Properly.  And they do not take disappointment easily.

 So what do we do, lasses?  How do we convince them that we like what they grow?

2 Responses to “Wonder Wench Writes”

  1. Sheri says:

    don’t know that it will help him much right now, but a very very long time ago when I could have cats, we actually grew grass in the house for them.. and trimmed it with scissors… all it takes is a container… some grass seed… some water…. .and unfortunately time… but it really doesn’t take that long… place it in a sunny window and he can have his little patch of green all year round!!!

  2. Mike says:

    He could get a nice green in/out door carpet remnant. or even some nice artificial turf, never dies, always looks great, if you squint a little.