Stripping away the rose colored glasses of denial concerning my reality. Getting in touch with truth. Reaching out to others in empathy concerning their reality and their walk to truth.

Thursday, April 9, 2015

H is for Hedge Trimming

















Snip off the edges
Of those hedges.
Make 'em neat
A neighbor's treat!


26 comments:

  1. LOL :) That was a nice clipping of the hedge so to speak :) Sometimes it is nice to have the hedges separating people's properties :)

    betty

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  2. Now that is what I call hedge trimming Dixie, Excellent post.

    Yvonne.

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  3. We have these bushes between our driveway and our neighbors. We just moved into our house 2 years ago and I've never had "hedges" before. I was driving home the other day and noticed how many of our neighbors had these hedges AND that they were all cut into a "wall." Our hedges are just big crazy bushes. I realized I maybe should have trimmed ours, but now kinda like the jungle feel. I'm sure my neighbors love it ;)

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    1. I like the jungle feel too. Why do they have to be so coiffed?

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  4. How does the Boss get the sides to look so nice?

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    1. I'll have to return to "Bubba's Lawn Service," to find the answer.

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  5. Bush with a tush, used at my sea haha

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  6. Haha! That bush would sure upset neighbors. :P

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  7. That is the funniest sculpted bush I've ever seen, Dixie. Great find!

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    1. Help yourself, Linda Kay... wordless wednesday!!

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  8. wish I had such witty neighbours

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    1. My neighbor has Broccoli trees... he trims them to look like large florets!

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  9. Your neighbor sounds like a lot of fun. We all need more humor in our life. Thanks, Dixie!

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    1. Did you ever see that crazy Richard Pryor movie, when his family was moving to Idaho?

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  10. No hedges - don`t ever remember living with hedges anywhere. Always walls or fences.

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    1. Lucky you, Jo. I had to dismantle one that had grown into my grape vines. That was a mess. I also have one that is Wisteria... at least it grows along a split rail fence now. I removed the box-woods... too much upkeep for me.

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  11. Can you imagine having a neighbor with a hedge like this one above? I guess those two don't get alone too well, what do you think? lol

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    1. Ha! Thought about writing a 'twerking' post. :)

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