Wednesday, July 29, 2020

Wordy Wednesday Walkies

Let me show you the purty stuffs I saw on my walkie!

I loved all the flowers on this Oleander!
(Ma's never looks this good. ☺)

Purty Sunflowers!
(again, Ma's never look this good ;))

some more Oleander flowers

And some FABulous Red Roses!

Just waitin' for cars to pass, so I can cross the street and 
bark at the Border Collie behind his fence! BOL!

Thanks for joining me on my walkie!


for more pawsome pics!

Thanks for hosting Sandee!


  1. Hari Om
    Crikey, those are some mighty blooms! Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

  2. Pretty flowers.

    I luv barking at dogs stuck behind fences too. ;)

  3. You need a tag on your collar that says bark at Border Collies! He saw lots of pretty things I love the way Oleanders look but just in case your mom doesn't know Oleanders are poisonous two people and dogs. I was raised in Savannah Georgia and the place is full of Oleanders and if you cut an Oleander down and burn it the smoke will make you L also touching it or even rubbing the juice from cutting on it is poisonous and it can kill a dog or a cat ingested. That said stay away from it but it is beautiful. I love love love sunflowers

  4. My mom only saw Oleanders when she visited her mom in FL. They are so beautiful! Thanks for taking us along on your walkie, Ruby! You found such pretty flowers!

  5. I love going on walks with you, Miss Ruby. Are you trying to tell us your mom doesn't have a green thumb? Asking for a friend.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a woof woof day, Miss Ruby. My best to your mom. ♥

  6. You sure found some pretty things on your walk but we think the prettiest is in the last picture, Ruby.

  7. Hey Darlin' Ruby. I love the twisted trunk on the Oleander in the first photo, BOL BOL on Ma's not looking so good...per chance is it due to the attention given to them by a certain AireGAL or just the horrid hot temperatures? Warm salty water is on my list of to dos for the care and tending of my surgicals...
    I hope you gave the Border Collie a proper AireGal greeting when you passed
    Hugs Cecilia

  8. Chow down on the sunflowers but not on the oleander.

  9. What a lovely walkies. Especially the oleanders, which we don't see in Scotland.

  10. I have native sunflowers growing; they have very small flowers, but the bees LURV them!
    As a child, we grew monster sunflowers, which HUGE heads...picking the seeds off took a long time, but was yummy!

  11. We used to grow all kinds of sunflowers. But the evil squirrels would cut the heads off the top of the stalk even if the seeds weren't ready yet. Rotten squirrels! Sometimes the local farmers might plant a whole field of sunflowers. Spectacular! Be sure not to mess with the oleander. It sure is pretty, though.

  12. Mom doesn't think she has ever seen an oleander in bloom. Is that a tree or a bush - it is gorgeous!!!

    Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

  13. What a beautimous walk! Too chilly for Oleanders up here...but we love seeing them when we visit Texas!

  14. Oleander who shall we murder?
    Sweet William The Scot

  15. That is an awesome walk. I wish you could share the smells with us.

  16. MOL...pretty flowers indeed, Ruby, but I'm sure your mom has beautiful flowers too😸Pawkisses for a Happy Cool Wednesday🐾😽💞

  17. WOW, that oleander is absolutely gorgeous! Way to spy it, Ruby.

  18. I love your flowers! Give that Border Collie a good barking and make sure he doesn't herd you.

  19. Is that a rule, Ruby, that you can't bark at the border collie from the other side of the street? XOX Xena and Lucy


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