WARNING: This blog is ritten in Bear English, wich is phonetic. An that is mor than yu can say abowt the werd "phonetic".

Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Marigolds Week 11

Yesterday's scores:
  • Gills: no
  • Simpsons: yes: Bart bort a new fancy dog an got rid of Santa's Littol Helper. Then he realised he luvd him best, but cuddent find him. It was a reelly stressful episide.
  • Tesco: yes: supplys fer the imminent visitors
  • Nose Hugs Surprizisity Score: no time fer this! /10
  • Day Score: 7 ish /10

HULLO NOT-A-BEARS!

I dident put up a foto ov them larst week as it was too stressful- they lukt so nibbold. I think it must hav been a bug. Ruth sergestid White Fly but we never spottid the culprit. Then Mummy got sum anti-bug spray an zappt 'em (much to Dilly's annoyanse as she sed she had been harvestin sum gud arftanoon snaks there) but I don't think the marrygolds liket the spray either cos then they startid wiltin. I was desperit. Arfter all my hard werk I wontid to sayve them, so I had to do wat a Bear has to do, an all the other Bears did as well. An arfter all that extra fertilizer, they hav pulled throo!

Ta-daaaaah!

Just.....skweezin.....out.....the.....larst............bit!


Eevn the smoll casualtees ar startin to bush up agen.

Wa-heyyyy! Dident they get tall?!!
Now I hav to find playsis in the garden fer them. It won't be eesy. Things hav been growin big out there. But I'll get them in sumwhere an report bak heer wiv on-locayshun shots ov their new homes.

Right. I'm off to sniff out that choklit cayke before the visitors arryve....

Bye fer now!

12 comments:

Vic Grace said...

Bear poop may be good for marigolds, but how would you know in UK? It smells absolutely vile, is black like tar and is very hard to remove from white dog fur. I'll send you some for your marigolds

B.T.Bear (esq.) said...

I'm a Bear!

Shrink Wrapped Scream said...

Wow, what a clever little bear! We need to plant out our giant sunflowers from the greenhouse sometime soon this week, before they smash through the glass!

All that tender loving care that only you can give, has saved those lovely marigolds to bloom another day. x

RUTH said...

Glad the marigolds have pulled through. Let's hope they get some sunshine soon. Now remember only sniff that cake....Your Mum won't want to see little bear paw prints in it.

Taexalia said...

Wow! What a great blog!

No fix kit pics yet, but one of the vixens was out in full dramatic performance mode today!

Taexalia said...

ooops I meant "fox kit pics" !

Bart said...

Just wanted to let you know that I finally got around to using your instructions to put a background picture up. It's subtle, but I likes it. Thanks for tip.

B.T.Bear (esq.) said...

Shrinky,

Good luk wiv the sunflowers. Dilly grew sum big red wuns the other yeer. The petals dident larst long tho. But the berds enjoyd eetin the seeds fer ages. They got as tall as Mummy. (Not that that is very tall. She coms from a long line ov littol peepol. Hav yu notist that on sum very old bildings the doors ar very smoll? Yep. Well that's wher wun ov Mummy's ansesters yewst to liv.)

:@}

B.T.Bear (esq.) said...

Ruth,

My paws never tucht that cayke.




.....I yewsd a nife an fork.

Eh hehehehe....

:@}

B.T.Bear (esq.) said...

Taexalia,

Thank yu fer yor kind werds.
I luk forwerd to seein mor foxey pikchers on yor Blog!

By the way, did I menshun I fownd yu via Plumpiemousie?

:@}

B.T.Bear (esq.) said...

BART!

WOW!

I jus nipt over fer a luk, an I think it looks grayte. Like lookin up at a cleer nite sky in a cleerin in the woods.....

I tryd to leev a comment but my masheen crasht. D'oh. I'll try agen layter...

:@}

margaret said...

"squeezing one ou" indeed! You cheeky bear!