Friday, August 15, 2008

trimming the bush

having some bush work done out in front of the cafe this week. nothing better than a well trimmed bush... enjoy the weekend folks!!! and it looks like gas is free as well! filler up!

25 comments:

Robyn said...

True that...a well trimmed bush is a must!

Suzanne said...

Looks like Beverly Hills (which of course I know so well!). I like o-natur-al, with just a wee trim so neighbors can walk by with the kids, hubby and dogs and not feel overwhelmed by too much bush. High five Robyn. But Robyn's even more dainty than me. Wuss.

;)

Queen Goob said...

I think the landscape should be bush-free. I enjoy fragrant flowers and don't want the bush to overwelm their perfume.

Queen Goob said...

But I'm all for gas so FILLER UP!

Suzanne said...

Oh, and missed the most obvious...what not to do with a ladder. Or two.

And Queen Goob...that's gotta hurt.

Leah said...

I'm with Suze--but I'll go one further--trimming the bush disturbs the natural ecosystem.

xo

Queen Goob said...

I know I'm not the only one that thinks bodily functions are funny. I laugh like a little kid every time.

Hey.....these bar stools are wooden; bet they echo.

Can I get a breakfast smoothie? Something with coffee?

Hello?

Fine, I'll cover the bar....*hops over and begins making a Mocha Madness*

Would anyone else like one?

Queen Goob said...

oohhhhh, I just read what I wrote - I meant filler up with GAS!

You guys have dirty minds.

Skeeter said...

That bush is practically a forest dear. Can't beat cute shrubbery!

Best wishes,
Skeeter

Cecile said...

QG, the whole comment line was in the gutter from the very beginning. Your innocence caused me to laugh the loudest. And then you go talking about wood. OMG. Usually hard woods and well trimmed bush go together quite well.

Suze,
It appears you put your push on display for the neighborhood to see. That might be good for business.

Cecile said...

Suze, it appears you put your BUSH on display, not push. Anyway, HA HA AH

Randy said...

Gott keep them bushes clean and trim. lol

Queen Goob said...

Cece....if you knew me you'd know innocence had NOTHING to do with it. I'm a P.K., remember? However, that "fill 'er up" comment made me sound like SUCH a tramp.

Tramp....hhmmmm, could be a word I blog about.

And Suz? Quit displaying your push, everyone is staring.

Suzanne said...

I just got off a marathon phone call with Cece and trust me, my comment is insane. We went back and read it together. OH. My. GOD!!! Was I drunk? Apparently I got my metaphors all mixed up and will live to tell about it if that's possible. I was actually referring to shrubs (the green stuff) when talking about kids, dogs, etc., and trying to allow them room to walk down the freakin' sidewalk. I was referring to "shrub" when talking about pubic hair, when I mentioned a good trim and shave. Sorry about that. Damn. But at least I'm willing to admit a mistake.

XO

Robyn said...

well...well do I spy a newbie amoung us?! Randy doll is that you...WELCOME to the Onion! The crazest place on earth! But you will be welcomed with open arms for sure!

Ok...now where that bob be...sure missing him!
And he has no views on a well trimmed or untamed bush...???

Well...*leaving a small daisy on the counter for Bob to put a smile on his face* hope to see his lovely face around here soon!

Cheers...

Suzanne said...

Hi Robyn
Hi Queen Good, aka Queen Goob, whoops!
Hi Cece
Hi Randy


Bartender, poor me a drink please. No mineral water this time. The real stuff. Something from your top shelf AND it must NOT taste like liquor. How about a daiquiri. A pretty strawberry daiquiri. *Waits while twirling hair around finger for someone to show up* "Bob, Jorge, anybody!??? Hey Severus, you here buddy?" I don't know how to mix a drink. What's in a daiquiri? Strawberries, ice(?) and rum(?). It's basically a smoothie, right? I can do that. *Gets off PPT, looks at all of Bob's pretty bottles on the top shelf and picks the one most deserving. Finds a huge bag of strawberries in the freezer, some ice and a lime. Throws everything in the industrial size blender and voila!* "Drinks on me my dear friends!!!"

Suzanne said...

I do believe that "pour."

Suzanne said...

I do believe "that's."

Hey, I'm exhausted beyond exhaustion. Cut me some slack. And where the hell is everyone? Don't make me drink this stuff by myself. Are you nutty?!!! That's a whole bottle of rum.

Suzanne said...

Just returned to 18 comments!!! Wow, someone's here!!! Nope, just me. Apparently this makes 19. Pathetic.

Robyn said...

Suze I am here....not to worry I will jump the counter and make you some organic Jasmine iced tea to sip darling! Just filling in while Bob is taking care of some things. *wondering if Bob is doing well...feeling very badly for Bob, leaves a couple Gerber Daisies on counter for Bob to see and perk up his days*

Love ya girly!

Suzanne said...

Hey honey!

Learned about Jasmine Tea in L.A. Man, is that stuff sweet, or what!!!??? You know I'm going to that tea house down town. What a little bit of Heaven. Thank you for introducing it to me.

Bob. He'll be okay. He just has to find his way, as we all do. And he will. Until then, I'm manning the bar!!! What'll ya have sweetie. Wow...I feel wacky and free back here! Too funny.

Love you to pieces,
Me

Suzanne said...

Honestly, I don't think I should ever be left in charge of the bar.

Suzanne said...

No really. Never.

Random Chick said...

Someone, get Suzanne a drink...quick!

Queen Goob said...

*pops a knee on a bar stool to look over the top of the bar*

Suz? SUZ! How many did you HAVE?!?! What did you do, try out 47 new recipes?

RC, can you help me get her off the floor?