I asked my mom if we could have a garden and she said she is working on that, but she gave me a mini gardening kit to play with in the meantime. I guess this will have to do. This is a growing kit for poppies.
Let's see what's inside the kit. A pot, seeds, and growing soil.
I followed the directions and put the soil in a cup, adding a little bit of water.
Then I took some seeds and planted them in the pot. They are beary small.
Then I placed the pot on the windowsill for some sunshine. Now I just have to wait! Will it grow? I'll check back in a couple of days.
"Hey guys, do you know what today is?" I asked Ooogie and Uncle Tibbs.
"Whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat?" asked Ooogie.
"Today is..." I paused for a dramatic effect.
"...MY 100TH BLOG POST!!"
"Wow!" Uncle Tibbs gasped.
That's right. You are reading my 100th blog post at this very moment. I'm so beary thankful for the friends I've made along the way and all of the exciting adventures I've had. I didn't think I would keep blogging for this long, but it's a fun, creative outlet for my little bear imagination.
Let's celebrate with some confetti!
Thanks for reading my blog. Stay tuned for more updates!
(By the way, my mom made me vacuum up the confetti afterwards.)
I recently visited my grandparents' house. It is always fun to visit because there is always a lot of good food there. Anyways, I was asked to help harvest some tomatoes from their garden. So let's get picking!
These tomatoes look nice and ripe, don't you think?
I'll get in there and give them a gentle tug. *pop* They came off of the plant so easily.
Hmm... it looks like someone has been enjoying our tomatoes. My grandpa once put hot chili sauce on a decoy tomato for the squirrels and chipmunks, but they ate it anyway. I guess they like spicy tomatoes.
Let's see if there are any other tomatoes ripe for picking. These are still green...
So are these...
I guess that is all the ripe tomatoes for now. But I did get quite a few. These would be beary tasty in a fresh salad!