Sunday, December 7, 2008

My clumsy green thumb

I bought two Christmas tree kits from Target a few weeks ago. I planted seeds in both pots, with the intention of growing two little trees for my two little babies. I looked at my windowsill the other day and saw this...
I grabbed my camera and snapped a picture. In the process, I knocked the other little pot off of the windowsill, sending dirt flying across the counter tops. Needless to say, I am only going to have one little tree, instead of two. Izzy was quite upset...
I am sorry little guy. You know mommy is a klutz.

14 comments:

All these B's and Me! said...

LOL, Sounds like somethign I would have done. I drop and break shit all the time. I'm like a bull in a china shop they all say. :o)

dani said...

at least one is growing, christy;)
lol, i would have killed them both as i paid for them. ha, they would have NEVER even had a chance on the lane:p
poor, adorable little izzy...
love,
dani

Eva said...

Well it was worth a shot. :)

Danielle said...

awe! That is sucha cute idea Christy!

Lainey-Paney said...

sounds like me too.

Amanda said...

Sounds like the kind of thing i do ~ i also have a very clumsy green fingers and thumbs!

Tabitha said...

Oh dear ~ at least you still have one left!!
You are doing much better than I would have,
Love and hugs XXX

Midwest Mommy said...

I can totally hear the Rarrrrr!!! with that picture :-)

Nellie said...

look at all those teeth!

jen said...

ah well...
once they survive ... you actually have to potentially take care of them. too much responsibility, i'd say.

Kate Coveny Hood said...

I'm impressed that you even tried. I think having a live Christmas tree in the house once a year is about as close to a green thumb as I get. I'm pathetic.

Z's Mom said...

hahaha....that is totally something I would do too!!!

That picture of Izzy is too cute!!! He almost looks like he's growling at you!

Steph said...

I would totally do something like that! It was the thought that counts! ;)

Jiff said...

awww. Well, there are TWO plants sprouting..so that will make up the difference, right??