I think I need to join Nipnics Anonymous. My catnip plant has been on the lower deck since Dad did the restaining, so I discovered it on what I thought was to be an escape yesterday. But I never got past the nip plant. In the cooler weather it has grown lush and wonderful.
I am in Love.
Simba you look sort of busy right now, we'll come back later. Looks like you want to be alone with your nip plant!ReplyDelete
Doing a little CATch up work today and wanted to say thank you for leaving kind words at my place when my grandma left. Your kind words helped us all to feel better when we were sad. What a good friend you are!ReplyDelete
Gracie, Daddie, & Mommie
ps: Enjoy the outdoors.
Wow, homegrown nip at its finest!ReplyDelete
Simba....give in to the nip.....be one with the nip. Be not ashamed!ReplyDelete
Simba, we think you on trip with that nip. We definitely think our assistant should grow some nip for us.ReplyDelete
The bracelet came yesterday and it is great. Thanks so much for sending it. Take care and have a great Sunday.
Simba, Noll is right. Be one with the nip, you are powerless against the nip.ReplyDelete
What a wonderful nip plant you have, Simba!!!! We know you will totally enjoy it.ReplyDelete
Ooh, we'd be in love too! LOL! Awesome plant! Ours is dead, dead, dead.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for coming to Nicki's b-day party, he's having a wild time! :-D
BTW, our mom says to tell your mom that she Googles for images, sometimes nabs them from the search results (technically that's not correct, really--stealing) but if she can get them free and clear from places like the Microsoft Clipart Gallery, she will. She always checks there first! Oh, and she nabbed a lot of the food/treats/toys this time from PetSmart.com.
It looks deilish! It can't be wrong?!ReplyDelete
Well, it was put there for a reason after all...ReplyDelete
MOL! We're giggling at your truncated escape!ReplyDelete
We would have done the EXACT same thing...Nip trumps all.
We wouldn't have made it past the nip either Simba. There's plenty of time to escape later, enjoy the nip while you can!ReplyDelete
That is one amazing plant! Our neighbors in Vancouver had a catnip plant and the Man always got upset when the neighborhood cats would eat it!ReplyDelete
Your nip plant is looking good. Mum grew six for us from seeds. The slugs have eaten three and we have half eaten the other three.ReplyDelete
You were thinking of escaping? Maybe that's why they left the nip plant there - 'cause they knew it would stop you from going anywhere!ReplyDelete
We love the way you bury your face in NIP!ReplyDelete
You look so happy with your face buried in that catnip plant!ReplyDelete
Oh how lush and awesome. Yoo are so lucky!ReplyDelete
Did you fall asleep in the pot Simba?ReplyDelete