Friday, March 30, 2007

Photo Hunters - Water


Water

Here is a photo of my beautiful man watering part of our not so beautiful lawn after laying some fertilizer on it today. Hopefully it, too, will be beautiful soon thanks to his hard work! :o)








27 comments:

Jose said...

They say that beauty is in the eye of the beholder... no, just kiddin'. Cool picture, nice neighborhood too. Hope the grass sticks.

Rose said...

You have greener grass than we do.

Skittles said...

Great photo! You have a good eye for handsome guys too. Thanks for the visit to my blog.

PowersTwinB said...

but it may not be beautiful to you, that grass is the greenest I've seen in some time since ours is still brown here in Michigan! great take on the theme! Thanks for visiting my photo tonight

FRIDAY'S CHILD said...

If grasses could speak, I think they'll be saying thanks to the one who's watering. I can just feel the coolness of the water.
Mine is up too.

Crystal said...

I feel like I must say that the side of the lawn in the picture is much greener than what is on the other side of the driveway. :)

srp said...

This neighborhood looks a lot like the one we lived in in Oklahoma City. I remember that fine Bermuda grass that we had to water and water and water... and then mow and mow and mow. Can't do without that watering.

eph2810 said...

Your lawn sure looks much better than ours. Wonderful picture for the week's hunt theme.

Blessings to you and yours...

Leesa said...

I'm just barely getting some green :)

PastorMac's Ann said...

Hope all this hard work pays off soon. Definitely fits the theme this week. Nice job.

AMAZING GRACIE said...

Key words: Automatic sprinklers
There's still something about hand watering...

Dragonheart said...

Your lawn looks great, but good luck with it! Nice choice for water. :)

GEWELS said...

The grass is not, in fact, always greener on the other side of the fence. Fences have nothing to do with it. The grass is greenest where it is watered. When crossing over fences, carry water with you and tend the grass wherever you may be.
Robert Fulghum

Write From Karen said...

Lawns are a lot of work, aren't they? But it's always worth it when it comes back in even and oh so green.

Enjoy the weekend!

Autumn said...

I think this is the first shot I have seen of someone watering the lawn. I really like that. It makes me want to be a kid again and run happily threw it! Thanks for sharing

Tracey said...

Goodluck with the grass!! I wish I could rip all of mine up, its been a headache every year.

Amber said...

Cool pic! :) Your lawn actually looks pretty good! I'm sure it will be beautiful before long.
Have a great weekend, too.

meeyauw said...

I think your yard looks good! (So does he!!) I hope you have a great weekend!

amy said...

very nice picture..looks like he is doing a good job

Jessica Morris said...

Husbands are so great to have around!!

Arlene said...

What a good guy! Hope it works!
Thanks for stopping by my blog, and as you know, I played too :-)

Heidi said...

That is one of my most unfavorite jobs. SOrry I haven't been over to visit much. I've been trying, but my browser has been locking up on your blog a lot lately. My husband asked me if I tried the other browser, and then I had a "duh" moment.

Hope you have a great weekend.

Indiana Amy said...

We are definitely counting on some of that good old water to green up our grass too! It's been so rainy here things are actually looking quite green, we like it!

Cats ~ Goats ~ Quotes said...

We're expecting rain today, since our air is yellow with pollen, it will be welcomed.
Cute hubby :)

Lynn said...

What a diligent 'gardener'. :)

Vader's Mom said...

Fun photo! So far, we haven't had to water our grass too much. God's taking care of that for us!

Ryan Velting said...

Yup, that time of year huh? Looks a lot better than MY lawn current;y does! Ha. What a mess I've got!!!

Thank you for stopping by this weekend. Have a great week!