This is Totally Not My Fault. (Maybe.)

This is totally NOT my fault.

This is really mostly not my fault.

I might have to accept some responsibility for this.

It could be that this is slightly my fault.
(Actually, the dog in the picture really IS my fault.)
Okay, this is mostly my fault.

This is totally and completely my fault.

Sue me.

Comments

Miri said…
Yahoo! It's time to plant. Barb said so. Can I say it's your fault?
Marion Gropen said…
Spring is here -- and it's in my step, too, as I get out and plant!
momwhoknits said…
I am COMPLETELY envious - because I still have a pile of snow in my back yard - and they are saying "Snow mixed with rain" for this weekend and "Unseasonably low" temperatures.

I can't remember why I live here.....
Edie Mindell said…
Yup! Spring is definitely here.:-) And it's time for flowers blooming. Might as well involve my kids in planting.:-)
Barb said…
I am DEFINITELY spending too much time on Facebook. I wanted to "Like" all of these comments.
Ei said…
When I can move again (after my move) I'm going to start soliciting gardening tutorials for my new pretty big back yard.
Mokihana said…
Well, it may be your fault, but you're doing an excellent job!
LaDonna said…
No kidding about Facebook, Barb! I went looking for the Like button! HA!
Susan said…
I have hidden my tomato plants on my deck in an attempt to fool the critters who eat my little crop - I have filled my raised bed with herbs galore.