I know, I know. It’s hard to see me in this picture. But it’s important that you see part of the jungle in my backyard kingdom. See, there are lots of places for bugs to hide in my yard. They have a big time flying around and biting my peeps in the back of the neck while They do yard work. While I’m snoopervising.
It’s also important that you see how alone I am. No peep sitting next to me. No Sniglet sniffing my butt or biting off my eyebrow.
It’s because I smell so
Y’all remember that I was looking for some natural flea stuff the other week. Some people talked about peppermint oil, so She went out to find some. She came back with this spray stuff. And now I smell like Ben Franklin. (The craft store that now goes by the name “A.C. Moore.”) A really strong Ben Franklin. Really. Strong.
Do y’all have Ben Franklin stores where y’all live? Those stores smell. Like a hodgepodge of potpourri and holiday candles. Cinnamon. Clove. And more cinnamon. If a little is good, then a lot must be better. More cinnamon please! NOT.
That’s what I smell like. The spray stuff She bought has peppermint oil, lemongrass oil, clove oil, cinnamon oil and thyme oil. They’ve even stuffed some vanilla in that bottle.
I thought I would pass out. We’ll see if this stuff works. If I don’t pass out first.
What You Learned Today:
- There are things you can use to keep fleas and ticks away that aren’t chemically based.
- It’s better for you if you use natural things. Instead of chemicals. Even though I have to use a chemical to keep the whipworms and heartworms away. Better chemicals than worms.
- We’ll see.
- OH….and hop on over to Dougall’s blog to see what he’s up to. He’s now on my blogroll. Welcome to Blogville Dougall!