U.S.A., Washington State. USDA zone 8a. Sunset climate zone 5

Friday, February 27, 2009

What are you all whining about?!

What are you all, people, whining about?! "I am tired of this snow... Tired of this cold.... I want spring... I am dreaming of my spring garden..." Stop whining! Put on your shades and see everything in blue, pink and purple!

Relax! Life is beautiful! Well, for me it is. Especially after I got a sudden treat this morning. Tatyana gave me a big milk bone right after she read something on Blotanical. Was it
Anyway, it's beautiful here!.... Besame, besame mucho....
P.S. By the way, I am not that pimple on the blog's header picture. I am the old one, Julik.
Wise one. Besame....


  1. That's funny! how did you get him
    to wear the shades?

  2. I just noticed your comment about the pink grass on Dana's garden design blog. I thought I would let you know that it is commonly called "Pink Muhly Grass." You can buy it from several vendors online, including Wayside Gardens.

  3. Oh, too cute. What a handsome boy.

  4. Well said! Let's all have some milkbones and we'll feel happier...

  5. That is one cool dude, I mean dog. :-)

  6. Wonderful, he looks happy.

  7. Thanks for visiting my blog, I still find the hardy palm topic interesting. I hope that my posts will be helpful to you. Do you know what palms you have? Also I would like to visit Seattle, it looks beautiful as does most of the Northwest.


  8. When Nutmeg and Cocoa saw the photo of your pooch, they were begging for some cool shades, too!

  9. Cute shades photo! I agree about seeing in blue, pink and purple. We are getting an ice storm right now, not what we expect this time of yesr in NC.

  10. cool shades photo! I agree about seeing blue, pink and purple. Thanks for visiting my blog.

  11. Hey Julik,
    You look quite handsome in those glasses. Is that lavender blooming so lovely behind you?

  12. Beautiful dog! Cant help but notice the lavander behind him as well! Its beautiful! Does it do better in the ground than on pots? Mine have all died in their pots over winter, they were marked hardy as well, guess I am doing something wrong!

  13. Lovely post Tatyana, very funny too and I love the dog wearing the shades, he even looks like he's laughing.
    maureen :)

  14. Thank you everyone for your nice comments! I'll tell Julik that you liked him!
    Cathy, my boys managed somehow to put shades on him. They were very persistent!
    Yes, it's Spanish Lavender on the background. When it got too high for that spot in front of the house, I moved all 18 plants to different places.


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