Friday, May 31, 2013

Swinging, Diamonds and Other Stuff Part 2



As I walked to the door, I Snapped! at the TRASH of it ALL... that yellow gone has been empty for 3 weeks, and the other things are waiting to be placed 12 feet away into the trash can.

I refuse, let he who placed it there, put it in the trash can.  Some Day...

This post has been in  drafts for 10 days...





Holly Hocks are now 10 inches high. And something was added to the trash of it all.....

Did I mention the grill needs to go out to the curb for trash pickup and it will cost 10.00? YIKES


THE GOOD NEWS IS I AM NEVER EVER NEVER GOING TO RUN OUT OF THINGS TO POST ABOUT...
UPDATE AT 9 am .. OH no... Florida enters hurricane season riding a SEVEN year quite season.. I am praying for year 8..


30 comments:

Maple Lane said...

Thanks for the smile this a.m.

Deb said...

Lol...I think that is a common thing...it happens around here too..$10 to take away a grill that's crazy.. I've seen where people turn the into flower gardens really cute

From the Kitchen said...

Why can't Bob turn the grill into a planter??

Best,
Bonnie

Golden Woofs! SUGAR said...

Interesting that you have to pay. I see a lady garden ornament close to the Holly Hocks plant. Happy Friday. Golden Woofs, Sugar

GOOSE said...

We don't seem to have that trash problem around here. But boy of boy did MOM have that problem many years ago when her brother lived with her.
Blessings,
Goose

Susannah said...

Hollyhocks look great!!!! Glad you are showing them once in a while. $10.00 to pick up the grill?

TexWisGirl said...

poor bob... rather like airing his dirty laundry only with trash. :)

George said...

It's hard to believe that you have to pay extra so they will take away the grill. I read about the predicted hurricane season, but I, too, hope it will be quiet again this year.

Declan said...

Hold onto your hats! Deccy x

Inger said...

My husband gave the guy at the dump a frozen cat fish (the guy had told him he enjoyed cooking fish) a long time ago now. Since then he hasn't had to pay a thing for the stuff that he should pay for leaving there, like our huge old TV, for example. We don't have trash pick up, we have to go to the dump, so maybe this idea wouldn't work for Bob. As long as my hubby cooks, I am happy to take out the trash and do the dishes! Hope those hurricanes will leave you alone this year too.

Amy Burzese said...

Here's to trash and a quiet hurricane season again this year.

Ginny said...

You have to pay $10.00 for them to come and take your grill??? This is outrageous! We pay that much each month for all our trash pickup plus the water bill! Do what we do, go find a store dumpster out behind the store and ditch it in there. If arrested, do not report me to the trash police. Tell them you had a temporary lapse of memory and just found yourself wandering around town with junk. BUT maybe I got what you meant WRONG! In that case, excuse the rant and forget everything I have said.

Auntie sezzzzzz... said...

Good luck!!!!!!!

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

I certainly hope you will not get the chance to photograph any hurricane damage.Even trash is better than that.LOL

Madi and Mom said...

Well Mad Snapper my mom made a very profound statement that I will share,
"one person's trash, is a Mad Snapper's treasure"!
Hugs Madi your bFFF
PS we hate the threats of hurricanes...but we have become accustom here on the east coast
Hugs Madi and Mom

Stacey Dawn said...

Oh my- stuck on the hurricane thing - praying it's a quiet good year with no hurricane damage!

Auntie sezzzzzz... said...

Re: My posted "volcanoes" -grin- I did try to chomp a couple of bites, here and there. But, the substitution of honey, make it need a lower cook temp.

I read this!

But did I do it?

Hehhhhhh....

So everything was BURNED-ISH. -pout-

Ann said...

$10 for them to pick up your old grill? That's crazy. We have unlimited trash pick up and one large item per week. We just have to call ahead if we are putting something really big out.
Leaving that stuff sit there sounds like something I would do.
I'm keeping my fingers crossed for you that you make it safely through hurricane season

SweetMarie said...

I'm praying for eight years as well! you have to pay for the grill to be picked up???
I like pics taken of plants from underneath. :)

Dee said...

I almost posted a picture of my oven just before cleaning it to have something to blog and then I had a visitor to my deck I posted about instead. Do you live in a area that gets hurricanes often? I hope not.

Chatty Crone said...

Girl you know that happens here all the time!!!

Betsy Adams said...

Yes, I read that it is going to be another big year for hurricanes.

Been watching the tornado activity in Oklahoma and also in St. Louis tonight... Scary---the weather! We truly have no control over it.

Can't wait to see your Holly Hock blooms when they bloom.

We have alot of TRASH around here also. Our garage is a MESS.... Doesn't bother one of us at all... ha ha

Hugs,
Betsy

S. Etole said...

How you have a safe and happy summer.

Heidrun Khokhar, KleinsteMotte said...

Ugly weather !!
Yup you never run out of ideas!

SquirrelQueen said...

That looks like one of hubby's piles. It will sit there until he needs the space for something else or I get rid of it. $10 to pick up a grill? The last time we got rid of a grill I took it apart and put it in a trash bag and then in the trash can. Take it apart and get rid of it piece by piece.

Here hoping for another very quiet hurricane season.

Eva Ason said...

Good morning :) you seem to have an undying sorce when it comes to posts. And all in your back yard , that's really cool. Hope your week has been good.
I am having a 3 days weekend, just love it. House work and stuff to do today, meeting some friends later. Have a great day.

Betty Manousos said...

i hope you have a great and safe summer.

$10 to pick up the grill?

Rose said...

Got to ask...is the stuff still sitting waiting to be put in the trash can?

LC said...

Love the variety and "realness" of your posts. I am hoping with you for a quiet hurricane season.

Debby@Just Breathe said...

Praying that it is a year of no hurricanes!