Molly Madison: mews reporter

How many garden mats does a mom need?

July 23rd 2011 8:05 am
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A few weeks ago mom got all set up to garden. It rained the night before so she set out her garden mat to kneel or sit on. She sat down and started weeding and putting down a little fertilizer and extra mulch. Usually, she then pulls the mat along and does the next few feet. But I was supervising so I sat on the mat with mom. Mom forgot her clippers and went into the garage to get them and I spread out heehee. NO more room for mom! So mom put down another garden mat so I could stay there. She got busy with the next few feet of garden then went to get her camera to take my picture. When she came back Uboo was laying on that mat.No room for mom. So mom bent over to garden and asked us...How many mats does she need to garden? Hheheee. One more mat then cats you have helping of course mom.

 
Purred by: Mietzi Katze♥ (Catster Member)

July 23rd 2011 at 9:59 am

Oh you guys are such good helpers, he he. Our Moms would be lost without us helping.
Purred by: Beepers (Catster Member)

July 23rd 2011 at 10:32 am

MOL! Good answer, Molly! You must be an excellent garden supervisor!
Purred by: ♥Harley-Dreamette 2 (Catster Member)

July 23rd 2011 at 1:24 pm

well by my calculations your mom needs 3 garden mats, unless there are more helpers.....MOL
Purred by: Laura W

July 24th 2011 at 6:54 am

Molly...bein de math jean eez we iz...we has calclue lated yur mom will knead 78 mats, one for each kitteh per foot, per shuffle slong each side oh de house but limitin it ta one per kitteh per two feetz at de front oh de house N if yur bak yard iz knot burd free then ya knead ta stay inside. Peace out N rock on!
Purred by: Sissy (love you angel girl) (Catster Member)

July 25th 2011 at 7:52 pm

Molly loved reading about your garden adventure, you are a great helper.
purrs Sissy

 

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