Fisherhubby is like a kid in a candy shop workin' his magic on our lawn.
He has fertilized.
He has sprayed weed killer all over the place.
He has mowed, as HIGH as the blade will go (very important according to the grass guru) - - - multiple times.
He has even dispersed ant poison.
As you can see, how you hold your mouth while you do all this dispersin' is very important. You don't hold your mouth right and the lawn magic won't work.
Fisherhubby is an expert at holding his mouth just right and our grass is thickening and greening up - - - especially in the back yard.
Glory be - - - our lilacs were aromatic and gorgeous. I just can't tell you how EXCITED I am to have a back yard FULL of lilacs!!!
ONCE, a long long time ago in a state far away, I had a small lilac bush in the backyard - - - for about 5 minutes until the "grass guru", who is a nearly native Floridian and didn't know a lilac from a patch of poison ivy, mowed it down.
Grass gurus do have their limitations.
Now, finally, we have lilacs in our yard and mama is HAPPY.
Back to the lawn magic - - - when the grass guru is finished with all his mowin' and fertilizin' and dispersin' he takes time to:
Work in his boat. I use the term "work" very loosely here. I believe he enjoys every single sunny, hot minute of workin' in his boat.
I don't have a CLUE what takes so long about workin' in a boat - - - I guess if you have enough tackle to singlehandedly stock a Bass Pro Shop it takes a while to organize it all.
You think I kid about the amount of tackle???? Think again.
Anyway - - - it's all good, especially when the boat is ready to float.
The brown spots in the yard are places where the weeds have been killed but the grass hasn't yet filled in the space left by the carcasses of the unwanted dandelions, clover, and other "alien" green things.
And that is what's happening in our corner of the world.