Friendly Friday Fillins

p11905631. I have googled many things and the information is very helpful. For instance, when I discover new plants that I like. I google the variety and make certain it is proper for my growing zone (9), and assuming it is, I then check to see what placement is best for the variety (sun/shade and dampness as well as how large I can expect it to be when it is full grown.)

2. I have heard there are good deals on Ebay.



3. I think a lot about what Xander’s next move will be and I also think about what lessons I can teach through him in each story.  ( BTW, school will soon be out, so his ebooks have been marked down to 99 cents each for the summer.)

4. Purrseidon also thinks about the book we’re working on, but right now, it’s Spring and she is obsessed with being outside and what to plant. (She is the strangest cat I’ve ever met!)

This post is participating in Friendly Fill-Ins, which is hosted by McGuffy’s Reader & 15andmeowing – on Thursdays, they asked these 4 fill in the blank questions:

1. I have googled _________________________.C7Ogl7eXgAIKZSw

2. I have________________________ on Ebay.

3. I think ____________________.

4. ____________________ thinks ____________________.


21 thoughts on “Friendly Friday Fillins

  1. I have Googled rømmegrøt to get ready for the Syttende Mai fest and parade tomorrow, I have nothing on eBay (don’t trust it) and this cat thinks he runs the place. I may have to agree with him. Your fur babies are both cute and beautiful.

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  2. I like choosing new plants, too. It is kind of frustrating when some of the prettiest ones are dangerous to humans and pets. Oleander is a beautiful plant, but is poisonous as I understand it. The same for Lily-of-the-Valley. Good luck with finding beautiful, safe plants. 🙂

    Have fun working on your books and have a blessed weekend.

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      1. Oh no, I’m not talking about the love bugs, those that fly around connected to their loves. I am talking about another kind of bug altogether. This bug bites and its effects are a cumulative thing. Maybe the first few bites do nothing, but once your system has whatever its limit is, you’re not at all feeling well. Here is a picture of one variety of them: Kissing Bug and here is a CNN article about a sickness that they can cause: Kissing Bug – Chagas.
        We have red spiders in our yard, too. At least, they look like spiders. I haven’t figured out what kind they are yet.
        Have a blessed day. 🙂


    1. Both were born feral. M eventually chose us, but Purr was a baby-baby & due to her circumstances, we didn’t give her a choice (She was 4 weeks old when Saphera became her surrogate mom.)


  3. 15andmeowing

    Thank you both for these great answers. There are good deals on Ebay, but you have everything you could want or need already. I hope you plant lots of great things and don’t have a hurricane this year to yank them out of the ground. Mr. M, I can’t wait to see what Xander is going to do next. Have a nice weekend!

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