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Best/Worst Weeding Excuses

Yes it’s that time of year again. Weeding season. It always amazes me how fast those weeds grow. Why can’t my hair or nails grow that fast? Or my bank account?!

It’s been a few weeks since I really weeded the gardens here at home and it’s starting to show. So I guess I know how I’ll be spending the weekend.

For fun I asked our Facebook readers what some of their favorite weeding excuses are. There are some real funny ones as well as people who really enjoy weeding.

Weeds? They’re not weeds they’re native plans.

I like the naturalized look.

If I weeded, I wouldn’t have grass.

WEEDS? Isn’t that what I planted?

For every one you pull, 3 more will grow in it’s place!

Got any good ones? Share them here.

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