"Butterfly milkweed" & a representative of the "mutt" breed
"Kangaroo Paw" & a fan of RuPaul. #WatchesDragRaceWithMe
A "vitex trifolia pupurea" & my perplexed tricolored pretty Rita. :) #lovethosepurpleleaves
My clever canine sits close to this clivia while I click the pic
Amaryllis "Naked Lady" with our amazing naked "baby." #nocollar!
My darling doggy dallied beside this dahlia
A "firecracker plant" & our "frequent snacker" who stayed with her "aunt"
#WeveBeenAway #ThanksToMySisterForDogSitting #MissedThisCrazyGirl
"Sticks on fire" with this guard dog for hire. #LaborDay #WorksForTreats #CurrentlyGuardingMeFromAMoth
Rita's long tongue beside "mother-in-law's tongue." #CalledThatBecauseTheTipsAreShart #MeanestPlantNameEver?
"I don't think so" with the leaf of a ginko
A stately "Bird of Paradise" & my dog sniffing a pair of dice #YesImBringingPropsAlongOnOurWalksNow #ThoughtAboutAPairOfTights
Succulent "Silver Dollar" & a skull-and-crossbones collar. #mydogisabadass
Thanks to BlogPaws for hosting Wordless Wednesday! Stop by their site to check out all of the other blogs in the hop.
These are so clever and I am enjoying this series. This week's favorite is darling doggie with the the dahlia!ReplyDelete
I think that dahlia one is my fave of this bunch too. Such a pretty flower! (And a pretty pup of course...)Delete
Rita, you make an excellent flower girl model!ReplyDelete
Doesn’t she?? And she’s well paid for her work. :)Delete
How awesome. You should make a yearly calendar with some of your faves. I like the firecracker one the best I think.ReplyDelete
Oh, that’s a good idea. Maybe I’ll make myself one of those books on Shutterfly. Thanks for the idea!Delete
Bird of Paradise and Rita's turd in a pair of tights? (#Icrackmyselfup)ReplyDelete
I think your hashtags are fun!
Hahahaha. Too bad I didn’t think of that....Delete
Very cute, Jackie!ReplyDelete
Those last two truly made me laugh out loud. Thank you 'cause I surely needed a laugh!ReplyDelete
Oh good! It’s been like that lately eh? Hard to find reasons to smile/laugh!Delete
All so very cleverReplyDelete
Hazel & Mabel
I love that you're now bringing props on your walks! It occurs to me that not only are you clever with all these, but you never seem to run out of different flowers and plants in your neighborhood! Are you sneaking into a garden nursery or something? LOLReplyDelete
Haha! No sneaking! It’s seriously an incentive for us to venture down new streets and into different neighborhoods on our walks. For the walks we’ve done a million times I’ve run out of new plants/rhymes/captions!Delete
Love love love the orange flowers!!! Beautiful photos once again.ReplyDelete
Yeah, love those. I should try to plant some of those in our yard since our front door is orange.Delete
dallied beside this dahlia - that's a good one.ReplyDelete
What amazes me is the variety of plants on your walks. Most homes around here us the same basic landscape plants over and over and over.
Oh, that’s interesting. I hadn’t thought about that before. Yeah, we see a lot of variety here - some folks who plant whatever they like, no matter how much water it needs, and those who have water-wise gardens, plus we have tons of Australian plants here since they do well in our climate. Lots of variety!Delete
hello rita its dennis the vizsla dog hay i see yoo hav a pair of dice ar we playing craps??? i hope nobuddy rolls snayk eyes i do not like snayks!!! ok byeReplyDelete
Oh my gosh, you are way too clever. Smiles galore. 😊 I'd definitely want you to be on my limerick team since I suck at it. Bravo.ReplyDelete
These are just the best, and a perfect way for me to start my Monday.ReplyDelete