Cutting the Grass

The Pres has a 62" "walk behind" mower.  I find it very intimidating in that you actually don't walk behind it, you actually stand on a dolly that is attached.  Standing up on this little dolly, you then use the hand controls to maneuver the mower.  In the past, I've told you of how and what the Pres has run into and over with it, let alone the times he ended up on our creeks when we lived in VA.  Hence, intimidation. 

One of these days, I'm going to buy my own lawn that I can feel safe on and maneuver with that hugs the ground and that I can sit my fat "a.." on!   But, until then I wanted you to see how I've been "cutting the grass". 

just seeing, saying, and sharing...

Cutting the Grass

with you and 

Natures Notes 2

The seeds I planted were:

  • "NATURAL HAIRBALL REMEDY FOR CATS: Much like mother's milk, the juices in cat grass contain FOLIC ACID. Folic Acid assists in the production of hemoglobin, this protein moves oxygen in the blood. This is an essential vitamin in a cat's bodily function and acts as a digestive aid. FIBER - A high-fiber diet can help prevent the formation of hairballs. Cat grass provides an organic renewable resource of enjoyment and fiber for your cat. (and may save you a trip to the veterinarian).
  • OUR PET GRASS IS A ORGANIC BLEND OF WHEAT, OATS, RYE, BARLEY AND FLAX: Our special NON GMO formula cat grass is loved by cats, dogs, rabbits, guinea pigs, and reptiles like turtles and iguanas. Naturally reduces hairballs and provides an important source of carbohydrates and vitamins A, B, C, E and K. as well as essential minerals and nutrients like Calcium, Chlorophyll (a natural breath freshener), Iron, Lecithin, Magnesium, and Pantothenic Acid."


The lawn mower he uses does sound intimidating. :-( I like the pot your cat grass is growing in. And what a great idea.
Ann said…
The people who mow the lawn for the doctors office that is behind my house have mowers like that. They fly back and forth across that lawn.
My Tiger kitty loved his greens! Hard to keep him from pulling it up instead of just chomping it off, though. Yeah, I'd think that kind of mower would be intimidating to me too. Now one of those ride ons, got lots of experience with those and after enough hours they get tiresome too.
Rambling Woods said…
Hubby uses a push mower...Low tech..I will have to get some of those grasses...Michelle
What a great idea! I will have to look into this for my cat. It’s hard when they can’t go outdoors.
Tiggeriffic said…
I bought some grass for my cat and she just loved it.. She chewed and chewed on the blades of grass.. I would like to grow my own but don't know how... Guess I'll go to YouTube and see how it's done..
Enjoy reading your blog again.. I should start writing again but have not gotten into the habit again... good to see you are still writing and letting me know how life is in the Quite Corner...

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