Lawn Care Service Needed

The rainy weather of last week has transitioned to sunny this week, but Hu-Dad has been busy. That means we need some lawn care service!

Queen Natasha complains the grass is tickling her belly.

Queen Natasha complains the grass is tickling her belly.

We had an extended stretch of stormy, rainy weather through Sunday. Since then, we have had bright blue skies and brilliant sunshine – absolutely perfect grass growing weather. Unfortunately, Hu-Dad has had some very long days this week with zero chance to handle any mowing. The result . . .

Some of this is over my head!

Some of this is over my head!

Queen Natasha has put in one request for her thirteenth birthday tomorrow – freshly cut grass. And she did it in her usual, subtle way.

This is so failing inspection. Demerit!

This is so failing inspection. Demerit!

P.S. – We are kidding. There is no way Queen Natasha has only one request for her birthday. She has more than that on any other day.


  1. Logan Brown on June 27, 2016 at 11:16 am

    Beautiful dog! My puppies love a freshly mowed lawn as well. My little ones won’t even go out to pee without my help when the grass gets over four inches.

  2. Glenn Ware on June 9, 2016 at 6:08 pm

    Happy Birthday, Your Highness. Hope you have a day worthy of your royalty

  3. Lori on June 9, 2016 at 8:01 am

    Oh Queen Natasha! You have a birthday party to plan! I hope we get to see lots of pictures and… maybe… A video??? Have a great birthday eve!

  4. Mom, Ice'n Ebby on June 9, 2016 at 6:30 am

    Mom sez: HAPPY 13th BIRTHDAY, ‘Tasha! This is from me, Ice ‘n Ebby. Ice especially wants to send wishes to you, as HE will be 14 years old on the 21st of this month.

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