Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Tuesday Dose of Cute: It's Turtle Season

Turtle in the kitchen garden - Farmgirl Fare

Mr. Midnight inspects a turtle in the kitchen garden - Farmgirl Fare

Want to see more of Mr. Midnight? He's here. And the turtles? They're here—and everywhere this time of year!

The Daily Donkey 127: Givin' Some Lovin' (one of my favorites)

© FarmgirlFare.com, where the only good thing about not having any strawberries in my kitchen garden this year is that I don't have to fight the turtles for them—and I'm sure that's exactly what this one was searching for. I love turtles, but a girl's gotta draw the line somewhere.


  1. lol...my hubby says when the tomatoes have a bite out of them its my fault for all the turtles I've rescued and brought home.

  2. Turtles are SO cute - especially this one! But I can sympathize with your feeling cranky if they're stealing those delicious, sun-warmed, juicy strawberries.


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