Friday, 5 November 2010

I have been "SQUIRRELED" !!!

As you have seen ...Mr. Big has been chomping on a buffet offered up by my garden .. plus many, many hiding places for Mr. Big's stash .. yes, even my poor dead plant pot holds Mr. Big's .. well ... you know .. his nuts and what nots .. I have run across them while trying to plant Spring bulbs .. and tossed them up to where ever they want to land .. I know he will find them no problem ..
But some times Mr. Big is just plane rude , giving me the "tail" is so darn cheeky .. but then again that is Mr. Big .. have you ever watched "UP" ? .. we all say squirrel the same way here ;-)


Plowing Through Life (Martha) said...

Har har har...that was hilarious, Joy. You have such a wonderful sense of humour. Mr. Big's cousins are having around my backyard these days trying to find food and hide all kinds of goodies.

Thanks for the laugh; I needed that! I've been searching for happy things today to get my mind off my sweet little Clair.

meemsnyc said...

Ugh, squirrels. We had a squirrel problem earlier in the fall. Ate all of our eggplants and some tomatoes. Rascally little buggers!

Rebecca @ In The Garden said...

Good grief Joy! I thought you had another attic visitor!! I hope this guy stays outside! :O)

CanadianGardenJoy said...

Martha I have been thinking of you all day .. I told John what happened with Claire and he was so sorry about it too. It will be very quiet at your house for a while .. but you have three other little furry souls that will want to help out with how you are all feeling .. she was VERY much loved and cared for .. and she is at peace now. Hang in there !

Meems I don't usually have a problem .. especially since I don't plant many tulips .. but I can understand why you would be ANNOYED for sure ! they are VERY rascally indeed ! LOL

Rebecca .. OMG ! I would be flat on the floor if we had a problem in the attic !!! You made me gasp and laugh at the same time .. good thing I wasn't drinking milk at the same time ! hahaha

Carol said...

Squirrels get inside the walls of my barn studio. I am so worried they will eat through the wires! They are wild and would be so welcome here if only they would stay in the wild. I knew someone who wrote a dissertation on how these critter communicate. They have quite a language and speak with their tails as well as some calls. So dear Joy . . . your Mr. Big might just be speaking to you . . . could be saying pleasant things too. ;>))

Lisa at Greenbow said...

I hope the furry beast stays outside.

CanadianGardenJoy said...

Thanks Carol girl ! I know there is a lot of "talking" going on but being a paranoid creature myself I always think it "can't be good" when yo get flicked by a tail ? haha

Lisa so far the only wild BEASTS we have had has been the raccoon adventure which I hope is a done deal forever ? haha