Apr 5, 2011

Wordless Wednesday, 4/6/11

They say the grass always is greener on the other side.  I say, if you're in Illinois in the spring, the grass is greener on the INSIDE.  What do you think??


This was a school project of Johnny's.  He already had to get a 'hair cut.'

37 comments:

  1. That is such a fun project. Way cuter than a Chi Pet! Love kid artwork!

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  2. cute drawing!

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  3. Wow! I'd go crazy! Yep, have to keep some green inside if you wanna see it!

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  4. LOVE This! What a neat project!!!

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  5. Cute drawing. The grass is always greener on the other side for me b/c I never put down grass seed.

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  6. Love it they do this in 4th grade at our Elem. school. Thanks for linking up today. Hope to see you again next week.

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  7. I love it, what a great school project!

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  8. Now that is an awesome vase- it's artwork.

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  9. I'm in MI and I can agree with you, grass on the inside right now is greener LOL

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  10. Thanks for visiting my FB page via the #ubp11 !!

    Love the grass project. My hubs used to have three in a row on his desk, which he kept all trimmed up. hehe Grass haircuts aren't just for kids. ;-)

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  11. lol. Too funny. I'm in IA and I concur.

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  12. That is so cute and you're right about it being greener on the inside.

    PS. I wait until Wednesday to post too. LOL

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  13. That is so cute! If only the grass in my yard were that green.

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  14. That's a cute project -- and, definitely looks greener inside the window than out!

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  15. haha! thats too funny!

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  16. cute idea! I am in the same boat with no greens in WI. can't wait for green grass & flowers ;-)

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  17. What a cute guy! Think he needs another haircut now.

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  18. Agreed, at least as well as here in Indiana!

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  20. My 5 year old planted grass like that for her preschool art and science fair. Her class named the plants Hairy Harry. Cute!

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  21. Very cute! We called these "grass heads". My students always loved to give them haircuts! I love the drawing on the cup. Too cute!

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  22. Very cute! We called these "grass heads". My students always loved to give them haircuts! I love the drawing on the cup. Too cute!

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  23. Very cute! We called these "grass heads". My students always loved to give them haircuts! I love the drawing on the cup. Too cute!

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  24. LOL! Very true. I just noticed yesterday that our brown is turning a tad bit green. Hooray!!!

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  25. How cute is that?!? I love the little decorated pot. Too cute! I hope the sun starts shining on you there in Illinois.
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  26. lol! Pie did one of those last year! They are such fun and up her in PA the grass is greener on the inside too :)

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  27. I like the pot, myself. Looks like you have an artist in your midst.

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