You must be wondering "Why am I reading a blog written by a cat today?" Well, the food-dispenser lady (let's just call her mum) has been very busy last week with publishing her first academic paper. But of course I know that the readers of her blog are much more important than those dusty scientists, so being a good cat like I am, I volunteered to help her with making a blog today!
It all began when mum came home with some vegetable-seeds. The Albert Heijn, a Dutch supermarket had been handing out "mini-moestuintjes": little boxes with seeds and dirt, that allow you to grow your own fruit and vegetables.
|a vegetable garden for gnomes!|
The instructions say that you just have to add water, but well, that's a bit too plain for a stylish cat like me. So I decided to upgrade the project into something a bit fancier. This was what I used:
- one of mum's vintage cups ( she never uses them anyway)
- the vegetable seeds from the grocery store ( we had rucola and beans)
- some extra dirt
|Ready to get my paws dirty!|
Here's what I did!
|First, I poured some dirt into the cup.|
|sniffin' to see if the dirt is good.|
luckily, the dirt was just about right! I don't know how mum does it without the sniffing. She must really suck as a gardener, I think.
|Planting the seeds!|
|I have impeccable hand writing for a cat.|
Whoo! So that was my first craft ever! If I don't eat all the seeds in meantime, our garden should look like this in a few months:
|A paradise for bug-hunting!|
I'm off take a nap, I hope you have enjoyed this post!