Saturday, April 25, 2009

Six-Word Saturday: Martha Stewart, I Ain't!

Launching into my second Six-Word Saturday, sponsored by Cate's Show My Face. Here goes:

Why I really love Tuesday Morning!

There, I've said it! Meet Floyd. He might be a flamingo, might not. But I picked him up for a steal at Tuesday Morning, right after my mulching hissy fit. He pretty much complements the rock garden, which is suffering from a serious lack of something colorful.

Don't worry ~ when the weather warms up (although yesterday it was freakin' 80 degrees in Wisconsin, of all places!) consistently, I'll plant some purty flowers to keep Floyd company.

Any suggestions?

11 comments:

human being said...

yes it's a great artwork... and the pic is great too... love the composition...

thus your six-word touches deep... as for me too time has always been emotional...
not all moments... not all days are like each other... some of them take a life time...

Pam said...

I love FLoyd! He does a great job complimenting your garden. Plus, your title cracked me up!
Have a wonderful weekend,
Pam

TMC said...

Floyd's wings could be a great place for a mini moss garden... :)

Melissa B. said...

Tuesday Morning's to die for, oui?

Sugar Mommy said...

Floyd is fabulous! Definitely need some flora with your fauna, though.

Your local nursery can suggest something for your climate. :)

Aunt Julie said...

Veggie Mom...who is buried 'neath the tombstone on the right?
Just kidding! Floyd is great, but he doesn't add much color.
I can send more daylillies home with Moker & the Wild One in June!
And didn't I introduce you to Tues AM? Glad you're an addict now, also.

Call Me Cate said...

Floyd looks pretty cool! Thanks for playing.

Susie said...

It's a really cool piece:-)

Tori_z said...

Cool name. :)

Marrdy said...

I love Floyd. I wonder if Tuesday Morning out here could possibly have a twin???

Michelle said...

Oh suuure, six words ;)

And my suggestion? Plant native perennials that you don't have to do anything with once they're established ;) Those are sooo my favorite kind of plants!