I consider organizational charts to be invasive weeds.
So, that’s how they grow marshmallows, eh.
Time to reorganize the garden.
It looks like each one produced a whole family tree.
Love this one! Here it is, 5:00 in the morning, and my cats are staring me ‘cause I’m truly laughing out loud! Definitely one of your best!
Will they scatter in the wind like dandelions?
Looks more like summer … doesn’t it drop its labels in the fall?
Just mIght go good on a cracker…!
Looks like the genealogy charts I’ve been working on, just rotate 90 degrees clockwise.
If I wanted more signs…..Oy!
Sprinkle, sprinkle little can….
Up above my feet so low…..
Sprinkle. sprinkle little can
Valued by a gardening man
Horace is a regular Gregor Mendel.
I wondered how organizational charts were cultivated. Also, family trees.
next time try “square foot gardening” ;+)
You reap what you sow!
And here I thought falling leaves were the first signs of fall.
Is formation spelling out word Y-hoo? Sampson sight gags take study to get them all. That leaf blowing off the Canadian flag was a tough one to spot. He’s a well Seasoned incorrible punster – please incorrige.
That is one well organized garden!
I call that feeding the messenger. Or announcer. Or explainer…or something.
July 31, 2015