You dont want to know what i call this

Because esthetically, the plant is so beautiful. And it’s also bewitching cuz u know that down the road, the plant will provide heavy-duty symptom relief. MaryJane is amaze balls!

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Like Genies Lamp, you know if you _ _ _ them…I will stop before trouble finds me…

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ok i must be getting better because i was on a roll today. i am trying to get an apt cleaned out and repainted so i can turn it over. i found a dead lizard in a ball jar in a box and threw it in the trash. girl comes looking for it! so, i told her i took it to the funeral home and had it cremated so she can wear the ashes in a necklace. she believed me! she said was waiting for it to become a skeleton! i am thinking the funeral home lost it. those dang funeral homes.

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Lmao Trish! Ya know funeral homes just can’t get good help anymore!!!

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i had to bring my little plants inside. we have had so much rain i was getting scared of root rot. i put them in a south window. they arent looking so hot. the need fertilizer and better light. i need to get in gear. look how wet the pots are. ohhh noooo!



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you know it girl! i just had a run in with old jack wad at walmart tire. so i have to add that to the places i am not allowed back in. who knew that the F U followed by "you are a D word " was against policy! :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

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Against policy???
I think someone needs to man up and shoulder their feedback. . . .
( Of course, whatever u say, I’m always gonna be on ur side anyway!)

Well, when my young plants are in soil that got too wet, sometimes I dig a hole parallel to the plant, near where the roots would be, and dump dry soil in the hole. Take that advice with a grain of salt. No one taught me that, it’s just what I have done occasionally. Idk if there’s a drawback or not, like risking disturbing the roots, or forcing that rock hard dirt surface phenomenon.

I was at my gfs house today. I was stoned all day, and we hung out in her pool. It was like heaven.

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I’ll aerate it good like and mix in some dry shit if I see mud. I’ve mixed up some questionable batches of home made Florida muck once or thrice before inda past. !! Hee hee :heart_eyes_cat:

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I’ll aerate it good like and mix in some dry shit if I see mud. I’ve mixed up some questionable batches of home made Florida muck once or thrice before inda past. !! Hee hee :heart_eyes_cat: took about 3 years before I understood it’s not a large cost in the big picture.
Edit - ummm so nice I said it twice? What had happened was… LoL dum ol dang gum puters!

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Lol, I didn’t mind reading it twice! Maybe I can retain what I read better! Lol

Dang here comes hurricane season! Pepper is rocking his pink thunder jacket!!

Aunty Em. . Uncle Henry
. . . it’s a twister. . . .

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well my plants are in my kitchen. sitting in the window. i still havent gotten a tent or set up a room. all the rain was drowning them but i thought maybe i will just plant them in the yard. until today i had no idea the neighbors had a camera on the side of the garage that looks into my backyard. here i thought i was stealth growing. :rofl: :rofl: i used privacy screen on the chain link and then i used rolled bamboo 6 ft high for more privacy. technology sucks. time to plant my big ass hedges right up against the garage.

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Or a red laser pointer pointed smack in their camera.

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