I would like to update you all on a few things before explaining the photo above. First, I got an appointment with the tattoo artist in Indianapolis that I am wanting to work with. The only problem is I am on a 6 month waiting list! Now, this might seem like awhile, but for something like this, I’m willing to wait. This will give me enough time to really think about what I want and develop a portfolio of ideas. Again, I want to thank everyone for the continued donations! I appreciate it so much. Keep them coming!
Second, tomorrow I will have a guest author writing a post! She will introduce herself a bit more, but in short, she’s my mom! I hope everyone will stop by again and read her post. She will be writing about essential oils and I’ve already read the draft and it’s very informative and interesting. She’s a lot more knowledgable than I am about essential oils. I highly recommend reading!
As for the picture above, I went outside my house a morning or two ago and voila! Something has mutilated my baby peppermint plant. Something or someone either knocked it over and spilled the dirt or tried to eat the roots and dug out the dirt in the process. I give up on this thing. I make it look pretty and then something destroys it. At another time, something had eaten all the leaves off one night. I have a list of suspects:
- Chester. Ok so there’s no way it was him because he can’t go outside and even if he did, he doesn’t like the smell of peppermint. However, I do sometimes think that as soon as I leave for work he flops on the couch and grabs the remote, but that’s just my opinion 😉 Also I just wanted to post a picture of him.
Now for the actual suspects:
- A drunken neighbor. I have no proof of this and can’t understand why anyone would walk that close to my front door when the sidewalk is huge, but if he or she were drunk, then this is a possibility. Then again, would they then have enough sense to pick the pot up?
- A bunny.
I think it’s probably this little buddy. I’m pretty sure it’s been him all along. He is hungry 🙂
4. A deer.
This is less likely. I’ve never seen them that close to my house, but maybe they are braver at night.
Let’s ask the audience:
This has literally been the most exciting thing of my day. Pretty sad, huh? Well, thanks for reading and tune in tomorrow for the guest post!